Discernment Sunday Series: On these Sundays we will have interactive sermons in which we'll reflect and discuss how to recognize our spiritual gifts and use them to minister in the church and to the world.
Sept 23: Me and Jesus Oct 21: Being a Disciple
Nov 11: My Gifts Part 1 Dec 9: My Gifts Part 2
Tai Chi, 10:00 am Saturdays, October 20 & 27, November 10 & 24, and Dec 15,. This graceful, low impact practice for exercise, stretching, and stress reduction has a variety of health benefits. In lieu of a class fee, please donate a can of food for the Open Hands shopping cart. All are welcome. Invite a friend. Click here for more information.
Sunday Before Thanksgiving Day: November 18, 10:00 am and 6:00 pm. Traditional Thanksgiving music and a litany of thanksgiving.
Sacred Meets Secular: In addition to the traditional hymns, we will be including music from classical and current popular genres in our services. Oct 7: Reggae, Bach and Imagine Dragons - Oct 21 Franz Schubert and Leon Russell - Oct 28 Caribbean Gloria and John Legend - Nov 4: Ghana Folk and New Orleans Jazz - Nov 11: Cyndi Lauper/Phil Collins - Nov 18: Johnny Cash and The Eagles - Nov 25: Sister Wynona Carr/Manhatten Transfer
Blue Christmas: A candlelight service at 7:00 pm, Monday, December 10 for all in the neighboring community who are struggling at this time of year because of concerns such as health issues, financial challenges, unpleasant memories of past Christmas incidents, or loss of a loved one.
Christmas Eve: Celebrating the birth of the Christ Child with a sing-along medley of multi-cultural Christmas carols at 8:30 pm followed by a service of Holy Eucharist at 9:00 pm.
THE tABLE, 6:00 pm every Sunday; an informal evening sevice for those who are unable to attend Sunday morning services. Click here for more information.
Book Study, 10:00 am on alternating Tuesdays. We're currently reading Walk In Love: Episcopal Beliefs and Practices. For information and a schedule of class dates, click here to contact our class facilitator.
Our Community Prayer Box is located at the entrance to our driveway. It has paper slips for anyone in the neighborhood to fill out and place in th ebox to ask for prayers for their own concerns or for the needs of others.