Advent begins Sunday, Dec 2nd. We invite you to join us for special Advent services including our Cantata on Dec 9 @ 7pm, Longest Night on Dec 21, and three Christmas Eve Services (Family Oriented @ 4pm, Traditional @ 6pm and 11pm).
From November thru April, we offer three services every Sunday morning: 8:00am & 9:30am Traditional Worship and 11am Non-Traditional
During the season of Advent 2012, Rev. Peter Cottrell will present his sermon series using excerpts from The Arbinger Institute’s The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict. You are invited to participate in our 3-week open discussion and reflection sessions based on lessons from the reading and Pastor Peter’s Sunday Advent messages. These […]
This one-hour-long yoga class is a safe and gentle way to open the body and release tension. While moving through each posture with a balance of strength and relaxation, we bring awareness to our bodies and take our minds to a place of stillness and peace. Whether you have specific physical or emotional challenges or […]
Christmas time is not always full of good cheer. It is not always holly and jolly. It is not always the happiest time of the year. The Christ-child was born into a world of real sorrow and suffering; a world that ached for redemption and salvation; a world that desperately needed Christmas. Join us for […]
For children pre-K through 5th grade. Parents can drop their children off in the chapel before they attend worship and pick up their children after worship. Children will participate in praise music, Bible lesson, activity and crafts all related to the sermon series topic that parents will hear at church. Nursery care is available for […]
This class meets in Room 116 and is a Reconciling Ministries Class. Currently discussing the book, Detained and Deported. Compelling and heart-wrenching, Detained and Deported offers a rare glimpse into the lives of people ensnared in America’s immigration dragnet. Regan demonstrates how increasingly draconian detention and deportation policies have broadened police powers, while enriching a […]
Using an approach similar to his other “Back Side” books, J. Ellsworth Kalas opens up new possibilities of insight into selected New Testament stories by entering them through the “back side” – through a unique starting point, a creative retelling, a new “lens,” or the eyes of a minor or unsympathetic character. Includes 12 stories […]