An interfaith environmental group proposes a new take on “giving up” something for Lent, by making a commitment to reduce our carbon footprint and our negative impact on the environment and the climate. It’s simple. Using the link below, you sign upread more
Lent. What do you think of when you hear it? Some might consider it a second chance at a kind of New Year’s resolution. I can hear voices in my own head planning what to clear out of my diet and life during this season of the church year. “I’read more
From the triumphal entry of Palm Sunday to the shadows of Maundy Thursday to the weight of Good Friday to the joy of Easter morning, Holy Week is like none other in the church year. Palm Sunday March 25, 10 am, in the Sanctuary Palms will be handed out Maread more
Our Chancel Choir will be presenting several movements from Fauré’s Requiem at our church on Ash Wednesday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary along with violinist Jane Kittredge and harpist Jennifer Hoult. Why a requiem on Ash Wednesday? A requiem read more
On the first three Wednesdays of April, Pastor Andy will lead a study of the Passion narrative in John’s Gospel (chapters 18 and 19). Dates are April 3, 10 and 17 in the grade 7/8 classroom (room 109). All are welcome.
Join us as we will take a Lenten journey together! Led by Pastor Elizabeth and Judy Albright. Through prayer and reflection, you will be gently led to create simple, beautiful art with gratitude and appreciation. Held on Mondays, March 2 – April 6 Nread more
This year’s Ash Wednesday Service will be held at 7-8PM in the sanctuary. Ashe Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent and the day in the church calendar that we are called upon to face our own mortality. It is the day that individually and communaread more