March 7, 2021

Don Lincoln is preaching

This Sunday marks the one year anniversary of when we had our last in-person worship. Our morning services will center around remembrance, lament and hope. We will remember 500,000+ deaths from COVID-19 during worship by lighting 50 candles, each signifying 10,000 who have died. Sunday evening you might want to come quietly sit or pray in our memorial garden, which will be lined with 50 luminaries.


9:00 am    Traditional
10:30 am  Contemporary
5:00 pm  Taizé


Glenn Kinckner, organist & pianist (9:45 am)
Worship Band (11:10 am)

Celebrate Wonder KidsConnect 
8:45-9:30am • Zoom
We honor the spiritual life of your children and look forward to experiencing and reflecting on Bible stories; spiritual practices; and helping children make meaning of their lives during these difficult days of living a ‘virtual life’. Click here to attend. Questions? Contact Diane DeSieno-Lane.
Simon Peter: Flawed But Faithful Disciple
11:30 am Sundays Feb. 21-March 28 • Zoom
He was not rich or educated, but was familiar with hard work. He was quick-tempered and impetuous, but possessed a passion that would change the world. He left everything to follow his teacher, yet struggled with doubt and fear. Register with one of the five small groups below to participate in this six-week journey, and take an in-depth dive into the life, faith, and character of Simon Peter during Lent. Participants are encouraged to get a copy of the book, Simon Peter: Flawed but Faithful Disciple. Click here to attend. Click here for this week's handout. Questions? Contact Jennie Clark.
  • February 2: The Call of the Fisherman led by Patti Stewart
  • February 28: Walking with Jesus in the Storms led by Jennie Clark
  • March 7: Bedrock or Stumbling Block? led by Jennie Clark                        
  • March 14: I Will Not Deny You led by Patti Stewart                                             
  • March 21From Cowardice to Courage led by Jennie Clark
  • March 28The Rest of the Story led by Patti Stewart