Our lives are defined by transitions like birth, adoption, graduation, new jobs, relationships, divorce, and retirement. This week in worship we will honor the many transitions in our lives and acknowledge how life’s seasons have transformed us. We will also dedicate ourselves as a community to the raising of the children among us. If you would like to dedicate your baby or child during this service, please send Rev. Kristin an email at email@example.com by April 9.
Rev. Christian Schmidt with Ann Riley
Hanukkah isn’t just about presents and eight candles; it’s a story of resistance and resilience. Come hear about the Maccabees, the resistance fighters of their day, and eternal flames. After the Time for All Ages, elementary age children will join Intern Minister, Amanda Weatherspoon, in the Fireside Room for Children’s Chapel. Preschoolers accompanied by an adult are also welcome to participate in Children’s Chapel.
WORSHIP SWITCHES TO 11:00 AM THIS WEEK
Albert Einstein once said “Look! Look deep into nature and you will understand everything.” During this service we’ll use the eyes of our hearts to look deep into the wonders of nature and marvel at all we can and cannot understand.
9:30 and 11:15 a.m.
Today is Stewardship Sunday. We’re starting a new era as a congregation, potentially a new not-so-great era as a nation – and the need for our witness has never been more clear.