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Worship with us on Sunday at 10am!

Worship begins at 10am.  We welcome you to join us early to connect with others!  We'll have coffee and treats ready at church by 9:30am.  Preroll for the Facebook and YouTube feeds begin at 9:50am.  

Masks are optional.  We have N-95 masks available for those who might want them.


Coming Up In Worship:


12/11 - Our Christmas Cantata will take place this Sunday during our 10am service featuring our praise band, choir, guest musicians, and a live nativity.


12/18 - Third Sunday in Advent. Pastor Mary will preach on the Ghost of Christmas Past from "A Christmas Carol".


12/24 - Christmas Eve Service at 6pm. Featuring lots of carols to sing along with!


This Week's Worship Service

All our services are found on our YouTube page; direct link updated each week after Sunday's service.

Daily Scripture Readings

During the first week of Advent the Lectionary (traditional church calendar) invites us to anticipate the day when Christ will come again. How do these Scriptures prepare your heart to celebrate Jesus’ birth?

Monday: Isaiah 11:1-10

Tuesday: Psalm 72:1-7, 18-19

Wednesday: Romans 15:4-13

Thursday: Matthew 3:1-12

Friday: Isaiah 40:1-11

Saturday: Mark 1:1-8



RSS Prone to Wander: Pastor Mary’s Sermon Blog

  • Christmas Future November 27, 2022
    Matthew 24:36-44 On December 19, 1843 the first edition of a relatively short book was published in London, England.  By Christmas Eve all 6,000 copies had been sold.  By January 2nd it had gone to press a second time, and by the end of 1844 thirteen editions of that same book had been released.  Since... […]
  • Apocalyptic Hope October 31, 2022
    Daniel 7:1-3, 15-18 Today’s Scripture might seem like an odd choice for All Saint’s Day.  It does to me.  Today we’ll remember those among our congregation who have died in the past year; it’s kind of like a funeral service.  So you’d think we’d read one of those passages that often give us comfort at... […]
  • Quiet Enough to Hear the Unexpected October 24, 2022
    Psalm 46 Before I say anything else, I have two important words: Thank you. Thank you for allowing me this renewal leave.  Neither you nor I was totally sure what a clergy renewal leave meant – but I was sure I needed it, and you took the leap of faith with me to provide it. ... […]