Here are some reminders about communicable illness and our common worship practices to keep in mind at all times, and especially during cold and flu season. IN GENERAL If you are sick or worry that you might be contagious, please exercise good judgment about exposing others to your symptoms.
CONFIRMATION—THE SACREDNESS OF QUESTIONING EVERYTHING 21 October, 4 November, 16 December This small group monthly gathering is for anyone 15 and older who wants to explore the depth of the Christian tradition, ask questions, share doubts, live into your values, and discover what you truly
Monthly, begins 20 October Using a process created by Dr. Parker J. Palmer, this course is designed to create a safe, confidential, and sacred space where participants support one another in accessing the voice of their souls and lives. Here we learn how to listen deeply to one another and how to
A group of women meet to discuss mutually selected books, usually on topics related to spiritual growth. We have often tackled provocative authors. We meet monthly on Saturdays from 2:30-4pm in the church library. These are our 2018 books: January 13 – A Gift of Love: Sermons from Strength to
Alternate Saturdays, 8:00 to 9:15 am We meet every two weeks to share our personal reflections on our chosen book and to share our own stories as well. We are currently reading Eunice: the Kennedy Who Changed the World by Eileen McNamara. Contact: Bruce Keary firstname.lastname@example.org or Alan
The Stitching group meets on the second and fourth Saturday of each month at 10am for fellowship and contemplation. Participants bring their current knitting/crocheting or other needlecraft projects. This year we are encouraging community stitchers of all forms to craft a prayer shawl for church
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Breaking Hearts Download March 18, Fifth Sunday in Lent: Psalm 51:1-13 or 119:9-16; Jeremiah 31:31-34; Hebrews 5:5-10; John 12:20-33 Draft text of the homily, it may vary considerably from the recorded version. Please pardon any typos, and do not cite without permission. "And what should I