What to expect on Sunday

Sunday Groups for all ages–Childcare Provided 9:00AM

Worship with Childcare and Children’s Program 10:15AM

For a complete list of our scheduled activities, see our “CALENDAR

When you walk through our front door we will be on hand to welcome you and help you settle in.

September thru May we offer Sunday classes for all ages at 9AM. Our groups for kids and youth offer age appropriate explorations of Bible content designed to nurture their faith in the God revealed in Christ, a God of boundless creativity and love.

We offer two groups for adults. The “Sojourners” group and the “Kitchen” group enjoy exploring topics related to living a life of faith in the everyday world using a variety of study materials. Both groups welcome younger/middle and senior adults. Please don’t worry if you feel like you may not “know enough” to participate in these groups. An ancient sage once said, “We are all beginners” in the spiritual life.

Worship at 1015AM combines a lively sense of joyful togetherness in the love of Christ and a prayerful openness to God’s gracious Presence experienced through the gathered community, a Word from Scripture, moments of silence, and the celebration of Communion, open to you and all our guests every Sunday. All this is wrapped in a beautiful, rich, and diverse blend of music. Another ancient sage once said, “To sing is to pray twice.”

Infants/toddlers/children are welcome in worship (they may want to stay with you until they feel more at home) but we also offer a nursery and a children’s church program as options for your little ones.

Dress is casual and comfortable. Coffee/Tea/Juice are available.

We look forward to helping you feel at home among us.

“Now is the time to free the heart;

Let all intentions and worries stop;

Free the joy inside the self;

Awaken to the wonder of your life.

Open your eyes and see the friends;

Who recognize your face as kin;

Those whose kindness watchful and near;

Encourages you to live everything here.”

John O’Donohue—Irish Theologian/Poet

The paradox of hospitality is that it wants to create emptiness, not a fearful emptiness, but a friendly emptiness where strangers can enter and discover themselves as created free….not a subtle invitation to adopt the life style of the host, but the gift of a chance for the guest to find his/her own.

Henri Nouwen Priest/Writer

Disciples of Christ