August Worship Services
10:00 a.m. Summer (Online & In-person)

Join us for our Summer Worship each Sunday at 10:00 a.m.! Gather on Zoom from wherever you are, or come by the church and worship with us in-person (masked) in our beautiful Memorial Chapel. This Sunday, we are blessed to have UCW member Jaap vanReijendam as our preacher and worship leader, as he shares a special reflection on Isaiah. His family will also help lead worship, including contributing some special music. You won’t want to miss it! Read More …

Sunday, July 25
10:00 a.m. Summer Worship (Online & In-person)

Join us for our Summer Worship each Sunday at 10:00 a.m.! Gather on Zoom from wherever you are, or come by the church and worship with us in-person (masked) in our beautiful Memorial Chapel. This Sunday, we are blessed to have UCW member Jaap vanReijendam as our preacher and worship leader, as he shares a special reflection on Isaiah. His family will also help lead worship, including contributing some special music. You won’t want to miss it! Read More …

Sunday, July 18
10:00 a.m. Summer Worship (Online & In-person)

Join us for our Summer Worship each Sunday at 10:00 a.m.! Gather on Zoom from wherever you are, or come by the church and worship with us in-person (masked) in our beautiful Memorial Chapel. Pastor Amy will continue our exploration of the stories of the Jewish people’s return from exile, as we emerge from our own exile-like time of displacement caused by the pandemic. This week we’ll return to Isaiah and consider the new thing God may be doing in our lives and community.

We will have special music shared live by beloved UCW members, Gerry and Ron! Read More …

Sunday, July 11
10:00 a.m. Summer Worship (Online & In-person)

Join us for our Summer Worship each Sunday at 10:00 a.m.! Gather on Zoom from wherever you are, or come by the church and worship with us in-person (masked) in our beautiful Memorial Chapel. Pastor Amy will continue our exploration of the stories of the Jewish people’s return from exile, as we emerge from our own exile-like time of displacement caused by the pandemic. This week we’ll remember the Prophet Ezekiel and his vision of dry bones that return to life, filled with God’s Spirit, and consider where we are finding life and breath as individuals and as a community.

Popsicles at the Picnic Table: All are welcome to join us at the church picnic table directly following worship for snacks and fellowship.
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Pastor Stacy’s Final Sunday, June 27
10:00 a.m. Worship  (Online)

On her final Sunday as our Sr. Minister, Pastor Stacy took us into Jesus’ question to the disciples “Who do you say I am?” as told by the Gospel of Mark 8:27-30. Our service concluded with a liturgy of release as we honored and celebrated the ministry that Pastor Stacy and the congregation have shared in together over these past eleven years.  Our Music Minister Daon Drisdom also shared his final Sunday with us, and shared a beautiful collection of Spirit-filled music.  Click below to see this very special service. Read More …

Sunday, June 20

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. Read More …

Sunday, June 13

This Sunday, our Gospel comes from the Book of John 7: 37-39 where Jesus invites anyone who thirsts to come to him and drink so that they will be rivers of living water brimming and spilling out of their depths.

Our second passage comes from the Book of Acts which tells the story of how the disciples came together as church after the ascension of Jesus. In the passage for Sunday (Acts 2: 37-47), we hear how thousands changed their life after hearing a sermon by Peter and joined the early church. Read More …

Sunday, June 6

This Sunday, our Gospel comes from the Book of John 7: 37-39 where Jesus invites anyone who thirsts to come to him and drink so that they will be rivers of living water brimming and spilling out of their depths.

Our second passage comes from the Book of Acts which tells the story of how the disciples came together as church after the ascension of Jesus. In the passage for Sunday (Acts 2: 37-47), we hear how thousands changed their life after hearing a sermon by Peter and joined the early church. Read More …

Sunday, May 30

This Sunday, we come along side Nicodemus as he meets with Jesus under the cover of darkness to learn about this new life that Jesus speaks of (John 3:1-17) . We also listen in as the Prophet Isaiah hears a call on his heart to step out into service of God even as he wrestles with his own inadequacy to be of much service to God (Isaiah 6: 1-8). These are powerful texts of call. Powerful stories of how the Spirit moves in people’s lives. We will consider what the Spirit may have in store for us as we discernment how we are to emerge from this COVID-19 time of isolation, fear and loss.

It is fitting that we will also share in the blessing of a baptism and the reaffirmation of our call as a congregation to nurture each and everyone as a beloved child of God and member of the household where Love reigns. Read More …