10:00 a.m. Worship (Online & In-person)
Sunday, November 28
The Hanging of the Greens

Join us as we deck the halls, and enter into this season of light, hope, peace, joy and love. We’ll hang the wreaths and holly, and decorate the Christmas Tree together in this joyful, much-loved, intergenerational service!

Come after worship at 11:00 a.m. as we create family Advent Wreaths together, and share time to connect! If you have a wire wreath from past years, please bring it! We’ll have extras, as well as new candles and greens! Learn More

10:00 a.m. Worship (Online & In-person)
Sunday, November 21

Amidst all the loss, uncertainty, and challenges we have experienced this year, we have so much for which to be grateful. Come; let us be together in a spirit of Thanksgiving. As we continue our exploration of Paul’s words from the letter to Romans, we’ll consider how we are called to “rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep;” and how practices of humility and gratitude may guide us to greater peace.

We are also so grateful for the gift of beautiful music from James Cooke and Lisa Crockett! Learn More

Worship (Online & In-person)
Sunday, November 14

Pastor Wendy preached,
We continued to dig into words from the letter to Romans and examined the power of holding fast to what is good through shared purpose. In this time of transition, the purpose question is the most important work we can do in order to discern the right leader to help fulfill that purpose. Coming to God-given consensus on a common purpose is invigorating work. We will see what inspiration we find in these ancient words to move us on that path. Learn More

Worship (Online & In-person)
Sunday, November 7

Pastor Wendy preached and  we shared in Communion.
For the next few Sundays we will dig into words from the letter to Romans. The apostle Paul wrote these words to a church he had not yet met, but who were facing the common circumstances of emergent and new communities gathering in the name of Jesus. Like those who heard these words long ago, we will ponder, what does it mean to “hold fast to what is good?” Learn More