We need YOU to help with Spring Cleanup on Sunday, April 30, after Church and Social Hour. Please wear or bring your casual clothes and favorite tools. Tom O'Brien and Bob Lyon will have identified plenty of tasks for people of all abilities. It's a great activity for families!
Open discussion group about sustainability issues.
Children join their age-appropriate class in Rooms 1, 3, and 5 for religious education classes.
What could be more fun and important than giving away other people’s money? If you join the Community Service Committee (CSC), that’s what we do. We work within guidelines, which promote the mission of our church, to choose where each Sunday morning collection will be sent. Meetings are monthly, usually on the last Sunday of the month. We review the requests from church staff and members, and from outside our church. We try to match the requests with sermon topics . Also, the CSC welcomes suggestions for community plates. You can fill out a blue request form available outside the office.
During our worship service, children ages 3 to 12 are welcome to join their parents in worship, or go to our Children's Village for a time of fun and learning.
Nursery care is provided for infants and toddlers during the Lifespan Faith Development hour, starting at 9:30, and during Worship, starting at 10:30.
The choir warms up before each service during which it is scheduled to sing. The choir on/off schedule published on the web calendar is accurate through May 2017.
“Refuge is Where We Start," Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger, Jeanne Ann Whittington & Margaret Fletcher. The idea of taking refuge might bring to mind escape or withdrawal from what is difficult. What if there was a way to take refuge in this very moment, and find in that moment the courage and strength to transform the very world we wish to serve? This Sunday service concludes our Contemplative Practices Weekend Retreat. Please enter the sanctuary in silence as we open ourselves to experience the power of awakening in everyday life.