10:00 a.m. Worship (In-Person and Online) Sunday, March 6 – First Sunday in Lent

The season of Lent begins a series on the next question in our Transition journey – Who Is Our Neighbor? Pastor Amy preached on the story of Saul and his life-changing experience on the road to Damascus. We found nourishment for our Lenten journey as we shared the bread and cup of Communion. Those joining on Zoom were invited to bring their own cracker or bread, and juice or water.

Our new Lenten Prayer Station, “God’s Doors Are Open to All,” was available, along with our labyrinth.

Children and Youth were invited to in-person Sunday School before returning to share Communion. They started their Lenten journey by planting bulbs and creating Alleluia butterflies. Learn More

10:00 a.m. Worship (In-Person and Online)
Sunday, Feb. 20 – Seventh Sunday after the Epiphany

We will continue our series asking the question “Who Are We now?” On this Sunday, Pastor Wendy will lead us in exploring the story of the magician Simon and ponder the power of encounter. The Union Church has a history of creating spaces for encounter, how might we build upon that practice?

Sunday School with Pastor Amy will also resume this Sunday for children and youth! See below for details. Learn More

10:00 a.m. Worship (Online)
Sunday, Feb. 6 – Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

A new series mirroring questions that will shape the Senior Pastor search process begins this Sunday focusing on “Who Are We now?” We will hear the strange and troubling story of Ananias and Sapphira from the 5th chapter of Acts and wonder about generosity as a mark of who we are now. We will also share Communion, and so we invite you to bring bread or a cracker, and juice or water to our online service. Learn More