Online Worship


10:00 a.m. Second Sunday in Easter Worship  (Online)
Third Sunday in Easter

This Sunday, we will hear another account of the disciples’ encounter with the risen Christ. This time our scripture comes from the Gospel of Luke 24: 36b-48.

To join worship on Zoom:
Zoom Link: HERE
Meeting ID: 832 2059 8969
Passcode: 458322
Dial in only: 1 646 558 8656

The bulletin is available HERE


Bible Study
Sunday Mornings at 8:00

All are welcome
Join Zoom: HERE
Meeting ID: 885 0724 0203
Passcode: 584285
 
 

January 24, 2021, 10:00 a.m.

This Sunday, we explored the call to create the Beloved Community. What did Jesus have in mind when he called those first disciples asking them to leave their nets and follow him? What did those disciples catch a vision of? What was it that lit their imaginations and emboldened their actions. What could a vision of the Beloved Community mean for us today?

 

First Sunday After Christmas

December 27th, 10:00 a.m.

This Sunday, we delighted that Pastor Amy and Music Minister Daon Drisdom enjoyed some rest.  
 
Pastor Stacy shared in worship with recordings from staff from both the American Baptist Churches of Massachusetts and the Southern New England Conference of the UCC.  Rev. Mary Miller, the Executive Minister of American Baptist Churches of Massachusetts was our preacher.  To watch a recording of the service please click on the arrow below. 
 

 
Find a Copy of the Bulletin by CLICKING HERE  
 

Thanksgiving Sunday – 10:00 a.m. 

This Sunday we explored gratitude which could be understood as our human response to the Grace that God gives so abundantly and freely.  We delighted that Sandra DaDalt was our preacher and  that Arlyne Grant brought our Scripture to us.   
 
In addition, we invite congregants to share in our special collection for Dove to support their work to end domestic violence.  

A link to the bulletin is available    HERE
 

Prayground for Kids and Families: CLICK HERE
To view a video of Pastor Amy (and Sam and Cody!) sharing this week’s Bible story, wondering questions, activities and prayer for kids and families.

 

Thanksgiving Special Collection

“According to experts, the pandemic is a “perfect storm” for domestic violence. DOVE is committed to partnering with diverse communities, families, and individuals impacted by domestic violence or partner violence. They promote hope, healing, safety, and social change by providing a broad range of preventive and responsive services.  DOVE offers services ranging from 24-Hour Crisis Hotline, Emergency Shelter, Community Based Advocacy & Counseling, Legal Advocacy, and so much more.  
 
To help support their mission we will dedicate our Thanksgiving offering to this incredible organization. 
If you feel called to give, you can donate

HERE

 

This Sunday we continued to explore God’s grace. 

November 15th at 10:00 a.m. 

Our scripture this Sunday took us one of perhaps the most beloved passages in the Gospels.  Jesus tells us not to worry.  God provides.  (Matthew 6: 26-34). But the passage ends with an interesting twist that we explored.  

 
A link to the bulletin is available HERE
 

Prayground for Kids and Families: CLICK HERE
To view a video of Pastor Amy (and Sam and Cody!) sharing this week’s Bible story, wondering questions, activities and prayer for kids and families.

November 8th at 10:00 a.m. 

This Sunday we explored two biblical passages where the people had a decision to make.  The decision was a big one.  It would effect how they lived their life from that moment on.  And yet, in the midst of it all, Grace abounded.  

A link to the bulletin is available   HERE


Prayground for Kids and Families: CLICK HERE (and see below) for a video of Pastor Amy (and Sam and Cody!) sharing this week’s Bible story, wondering questions, activities and prayer for kids and families.

Sunday Worship
October 18, 10:00 a.m.

This Sunday we turned to the scripture passage of the feeding of the five thousand from the Gospel of Luke and Ministerial Intern Eden Johnson took us into the question  “What if the real miracle is the kindness we all hold in our hearts.” 

Music Minister  Daon Drisdom brought us  a hope filled message in Hezekiah Walker’s “I need you to survive”  as our prayer response. 

 

 link to the bulletin is available  HERE.

 

“What shall we do with our wanting?”

All throughout September, we reflected on Psalm 23.  This Sunday we explored a passage from the Gospel of Mark 10: 46-52 where Jesus asks the powerful question “What do you want me to do for you?”  

To watch a video of the service please click on the image below.

 

 
A link to the bulletin is available HERE.

Sunday September 20th – 10 a.m. Worship


“Maketh Me To Lie Down in Green Pastures”

All throughout September, we have reflected on Psalm 23.  This Sunday, we also remembered the Exodus story of God providing Manna to the Isrealites in the wilderness, and Pastor Amy explored the wisdom of this story for our own wilderness times.  
 
Pastor Amy shared a special Children’s Time, ‘unboxing’ the Prayground Boxes and Sacred Spaces at home materials all families will receive in the coming week!  
 
During our offering, we shared the work of performance artist and playwright Samantha Beach, as she reflects on what Psalm 23 means to her during the pandemic.  
 
Please see a recording of the service below, and find a link to the bulletin   HERE.
 
Sunday September 6th – 10 a.m. Worship


The Song of the Morning Stars

This Sunday, we prayed together, shared the music of our Music Minister, Daon Drisdom and shared in Communion together.  In Through Communion, we remembered Jesus and his command to love one another as God has loved us, and we re-membered ourselves as the Body of Christ in the world today.  With bread and cup we took part together online. 
 
Pastor Stacy was our preacher and explored the idea of liminality in a sermon entitled “The Song of the Morning Stars.”  


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