Apr 17, 2022
Apr 17, 2022
Celebrating the Resurrection at nearby Sherwood Gardens.
Apr 15, 2022
Remembering the Crucifixion and Death of Jesus. This service will take place in-person and will be livestreamed on YouTube.
Apr 14, 2022
Remembering the Last Supper and the Night That Followed. Service to include Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.
Feb 21, 2022
The church office is closed for Presidents’ Day.
Feb 6, 2022
The Session has called a Congregational Meeting for Sunday, February 6, 2022, immediately following the 10:30 am service for the purpose of acting on a recommendation from the Session to postpone the annual meeting this year to late February or sometime during the month of March. Please note that the meeting will be hybrid in format. If active members are not able to be present in person for the meeting there will be a Zoom link available for them to…
This MLK Day (January 17, 2022), the community of churches along N. Charles St. are coming together once again to serve our community, honoring the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. This is a great way for us learn about local mission programs, meet new people, and be the presence of Christ in someone else’s life. We are offering a combination of in-person and at-home activities this year. Masks will be required at all in-person events, many of…
Dec 26, 2021
On Sunday, December 26th, we will hold only one worship service at 10 AM in the Chapel. The service will take place in person and be livestreamed to YouTube.
A worship service by candlelight in the chapel to feed our soul and slow our minds as we wait and prepare to receive the real gift of Christmas. All ages are welcome.
Tapas, Talk and Theology reconvenes for its first fall meeting on Friday, September 17. We are an eclectic group which meets on every other Friday evening in member homes and studies the Bible, accessible theologians, and other scripturally based materials. Our September book is One Blood: Parting Words to the Church on Race and Love by John Perkins, an inspirational voice coming out of the American Civil Rights movement. Sound interesting? It will be! Contact Deborah Slingluff for more details.