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About this Ministry

Our regular worship service begins at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday morning and combines a blend of contemporary and classical music. Please come in any clothes in which you feel comfortable! Each service includes a youth moment geared towards young people. Children are welcome in our worship service! We have an open area with comfortable seating at the back of the sanctuary where kids and their caregivers can move around and play with toys. Coffee, snacks, and time for conversation follow each worship service. 

Communion is offered during worship on the first Sunday of each month and we celebrate an open Communion Table: all are welcome to eat and drink at Jesus's table. On Communion Sundays we share a potluck lunch following worship.

Please join us. Every BODY is welcome in worship with us!

Recent Message

Rev. Beth Gedert

This morning we begin a series on the parables of Jesus. Not all of them, because there are a lot. But a few of them. A few parables of grace and a few parables of judgment. Grace first, so we are grounded in the right thing. This is how we are going to spend Lent and wrap up our study of Matthew. Parables are fascinating. Jesus told lots of them; all the gospels record at least some of them. The Greek word for parable simply means comparing one thing with another. But parables are NOT simple. We often assume they are simple because they are stories and they are short. But in truth they are often complicated and confusing once you scratch the surface. They say things we agree with and things we disagree with often in the same parable, which is probably how some of you will feel this morning. So why do we tell them. Well an Episcopal priest named Robert Capon* has written three totally awesome books on parables and he compares them to the art we display in our houses.