10:00 a.m. Worship (In-Person and Online) Sunday, May 8

We will launch a new theme for the weeks leading up to June 19 – Those Who Dream Change Everything. Through various stories of dreams and visions found in the scripture, we will explore this theme wondering what God is yet calling from UCW in its ministry.

Mother’s Day Candles – During this service, we will light candles as we honor and remember those who have been as mothers to us. Read More …

10:00 a.m. Worship (In-Person and Online) Sunday, April 10 – Palm Sunday

We begin this Holy Week with our intergenerational Palm Sunday service, led by our youth. We will wave our palms high and hear the story of Holy Week (in age-appropriate ways) in this special service. We hope you will join us in-person or on Zoom.

Children and youth of all ages are invited to remain in the sanctuary for this special service. Our Prayground in the Memorial Chapel will also be available with special Palm Sunday crafts and materials. Read More …

10:00 a.m. Worship (In-Person and Online) Sunday, March 27 – Stewardship Season Continues

We will hear the story of a squabble in the early church and how it was resolved by turning to discernment, encouragement and grace. Come hear how making it through a church fight is a healthy sign for us today!

Pastor Amy and our staff teacher, Olivia, will lead children and youth in exploring how they can share their gifts during Sunday School, and then kids will return to the sanctuary just before the time of offering. Read More …

10:00 a.m. Worship (In-Person and Online) Sunday, March 20 – Stewardship Season

This Sunday begins our Stewardship season, and we will gather in-person and online. A practice of Welcome and Testimony will be launched with a first offering by Jaap van Reijendam. As we continue exploring the question, “Who Is Our Neighbor,” we will hear stories of how this church has shared God’s love with its members and neighbors.

Pastor Amy and our staff teacher, Olivia, will lead children and youth in exploring how they can share their gifts during Sunday School, and then kids will return to the sanctuary just before the time of offering. Read More …

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. Read More …

10:00 a.m. Worship (In-Person and Online) Sunday, Feb. 27 – Last 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 meeting an interesting character in the Book of Acts – the Ethiopian eunuch. We will wonder together about coming alongside people on their spiritual journeys and how that shapes our ministry.

Sunday School continues this Sunday for children and youth! Read More …