To enhance your participation in worship, you may view our online bulletin to follow along the service at home. If you are new or a regular attendee let us know you are joining us by sharing your attendance with us through the form below. We encourage our children to use the children’s worship guide as they watch. If you would like to know more about what is happening in the life of the church, check out our latest issue of what is happening this week!
Join us for our new series on Embracing Mystery. Now that worshipping at home is the new normal, we invite you to create a sacred space at home! This can be as simple or as elaborate as you desire. Here are some easy suggestions:
• Find a cross, big or small! • Light a candle • Have a bible ready to read along • Add some things that are meaningful to you or your family • Add an icon to contemplate – we have printable icons available • Use incense or essential oils to create a sensory experience with smell • Use fabric to create an altar space to reflect the season
God is with us, wherever we are. Use this as a prayer card as we grow together in embracing the mystery of God.
Download your printable Prayer Card here!
Download printable icons here!
For Families with Children: Would you like to add a special new item to your space each week? Sign up for a Sacred Spaces at Home Surprise Kit while supplies last! Each kit contains nine surprise items. You’ll open one item each week (September 27-November 22) and add it to your sacred space. Come to our website each week to read about which new item you’ll open. On September 25, kits will be available for pickup under the portico and a description of the first week’s Sacred Spaces at Home Surprise Kit item will be posted on the Children’s Ministries website. Here is a sneak peek at the first one. Questions? Email Amy Jo Alspaugh.
2nd and 4th Sundays of the month, 5:00 p.m. on Livestream: Join us for a service of prayer and praise with music led by our Church in the Round musicians. During this season when we are physically distant, we will explore what it means for us to be together as the body of Christ.