We virtually gather in the beauty of our historic sanctuary to be engaged in meaningful worship, which feeds our spiritual hunger. Join us for beautiful music, challenging and inspiring messages, and liturgy that offers a renewal of mind and spirit. Follow along with today’s bulletin here. After worship, we held a virtual Connection Cafe.
All children and “children at heart” are invited to join us for this special service celebrating that Jesus has risen.
First Sunday in Lent “Lenting” Go of Blame Sunday, March 1 Join us throughout Lent as we discover the power of “Lenting” go of those things which prevent us from being all that God has created us to be and to enjoy and embrace life to its fullest for ourselves and others.
In the Celtic tradition, there is a beautiful understanding of love and friendship. In the early Celtic church, a person who acted as a teacher, companion, or spiritual guide was called an anam cara. With this soul companion, you could share your inner-most self, your mind, and your heart. This friendship was an act of recognition and belonging. We are…