Worship through Community and Companionship at both services, and all times in between.
Worship through stillness, silence, & the Word
Worship through celebration, music, & the Word
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Children & Youth
Children and Youth are welcome and necessary participants in our worship services each week. Youth 5th Grade and Up are invited to sit together in the Balcony during 10:00a.m. worship. Beginning Fall 2018, we will offer new Sunday School programs for children PreK-6th Grade. Our Confirmation Class for 6th Grade-9th Grade will continue to meet throughout the Summer. contact Pastor Brian for more details!
- Monday Morning Bible Study: 10am
- Weekly Coffee & Tea Gathering in the Parish House (see Monthly Mooring for details)
- Book Group: Thursday morning @ 10am (Currently Reading: "An Other Kingdom: Departing the Consumer Culture" )
- Are you a singer or musician? Contact us to find out more about our rich musical traditions and opportunities.
Join us for Family Night, an evening event once a month when we gather to put away our screens, take a break from our regular schedules, and connect with one another and our faith. Join us for the next Family Night: Family Dinner Out! See our calendar for more details!
(Adopted February 28, 1993)
The mission of this church is to be God’s people in this place, to be obedient to God’s unfolding will, to celebrate God’s presence, strength, faithfulness, and love; to do God’s work as the Holy Spirit moves us, and to be faithful proclaimers of the Gospel of Jesus, collectively and individually, in God’s world.
We are a growing, theologically-progressive congregation with a strong UCC identity believing fully that “God is still speaking.” We seek to discern God’s voice through worship, prayer, study, and service. The balance of contemporary ideas with history and tradition, diversity of religious backgrounds, and varied faith interests is a particular blessing. We are also blessed with energetic and creative pastoral and musical leadership which enable gifts of ministry to emerge from many in our community.