As the rains leave and the sun shines through, it’s time to acknowledge the gifts of spring and consider, too, what they ask of us!
Join us for a service in thanksgiving and prayer for the planet we call home. After the Time for All Ages, children in elementary school will join Rev. Kristin in the Fireside Room for Children’s Chapel. Middle and high schoolers will join one of our elders for a “legacy link” session in the Meditation Room.
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.
While funding the common good is important, it can be tough to justify paying higher taxes when the government does things with which we don’t agree. Join us this Sunday as we consider the ethics of paying taxes.
Join us this Easter Sunday as we celebrate in story, song, and sermon the power of life and love over death and hate.
Join us this Easter Sunday for a shorter service of story, song, and celebrating the power of life and love over death and hate. This is a service for all ages, but nursery care will be available for babies and young children who would rather spend the service playing. Everyone is invited to join us after the service for our annual brunch and Easter Egg Hunt!