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A strong Celtic theme is seeing life as a journey. On this journey, certain places are significant; they are the “thin places,” where God seems closer, places that invite prayer. As we journey in life and find thin places where the seen and unseen worlds are closely connected, there we so often stand on a…

The Celts have an ancient spirituality that lifts up the relationship between humans and the Divine. Each Sunday during Lent, we will look at a theme found in Celtic Christianity. Journey with us through this most holy of seasons as we seek God and, in the process, find ourselves. Communion will be served weekly at…

Join us today as we explore Christ’s command to love our enemies. You can follow along with today’s bulletin here.

We gather in the beauty of our historic sanctuary to be engaged in meaningful worship, which feeds our spiritual hunger. It is said that each week is a bit different; there is always something that challenges and calls us to our authentic selves. Join us for beautiful music, challenging and inspiring messages, and liturgy that…

We gather in the beauty of our historic sanctuary to be engaged in meaningful worship, which feeds our spiritual hunger. It is said that each week is a bit different; there is always something that challenges and calls us to our authentic selves. Join us for beautiful music, challenging and inspiring messages, and liturgy that…

On this Fourth Sunday after Epiphany, the Lectionary invites us to read from I Corinthians 13, known as the love passage. In it we find the Apostle Paul reminding those early Christians who are in disagreement with one another, that “Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant or…

We gather on this Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance Sunday to recommit ourselves to the principles and dreams of this modern-day prophet. Join us for inspiring gospel-style music, meaningful worship, and the opportunity to hear once again the challenging and stirring words of Dr. King. You can follow along with today’s bulletin here.

There is a good reason for this Sunday after Epiphany to focus on baptism. The key here is that baptism is all about beginnings. Jesus began his ministry with his own baptism, and today Christians see baptism as beginning a committed journey with Jesus. Join us as we renew our own baptism and our claim…

After a glorious Christmas season, we begin a new season: Epiphany. Many of us were introduced to Epiphany through the familiar story of Three Wise Men bearing gifts as they followed the Great Star by night. In some cultures, Epiphany is known as the Day of the Kings (Dia de los Reyes). It is also…

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