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
We will celebrate Epiphany – the visit of the Magi and hear their invitation to join in wonder. We will also inaugurate the practice of using Star Words, so be ready with the word you received in the mail. Learn More
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
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
WELCOMING SUNDAY -Communion and Commissioning of our new Music Director!
Join us in person (masked, distanced) or online as we celebrate the first Sunday of the new church year together with joy, prayerfulness, and grace. On this day we’ll welcome Mijin Choi as our new music director; share Communion; light a candle of remembrance on the 20th anniversary of 9-11; and gather for fellowship and a time of reconnection. Pastor Amy will lead us in worship as we consider what it means to be rooted in love and bear good fruit in this new season.
If you are joining us online, please remember to bring bread or a cracker, and water or juice for Communion. In-person (outdoor, masked) childcare will be provided on the church playgrounds. Learn More
Join us for this final Sunday of our Summer Worship! Gather at 10:00 a.m. on Zoom from wherever you are, or come by the church and worship with us in-person (masked) in our beautiful Memorial Chapel. We were blessed by the voices and leadership of a variety of wonderful preachers and worship leaders throughout August (you can find most of them online HERE). This Sunday, we will be led in worship by Pastor Amy, and will consider the fruits of the Spirit and of our labor this Labor Day. Learn More
This Sunday, we have the privilege of receiving a sermon entitled “Be Yourself” from our guest preacher, The Rev. Holly Millershank, Interim Associate Conference Minister for the Southern New England Conference of the UCC. Holly will be delving into the story of David and Goliath from 1 Samuel 17: 4-12, 38-49. Sam Feldman will be our scripture reader.
On this Father’s day Sunday, we will celebrate our fathers and those who have been as father’s to us with a slide show of images and music during our time of prayer. Learn More
This is the final Sunday in Eastertide. For the past many weeks we have been walking along side the disciples as they have experienced the risen Christ and have come to metabolize the forgiveness he has brought.
This Sunday, we listen in as Jesus prays to God. Jesus asks God to be close to the disciples as God has been close to him. For Jesus is now sending the disciples out into the world to do as he has done. Learn More