From Rev. Ellen Jennings

Autumn Greetings~

On this Equinox Thursday, I’m grateful for the already cooler evenings and “beginning to be” cooler days.  I want to pause and savor this shift between seasons—no longer summer but not quite fall—and I invite you to join me as I continue my post-sabbatical practice of Slow Church.

What do I mean?  Well, last Sunday I preached about three things I’m beginning to understand more deeply as a result of being away:

Slowing Down— Before entering (into pretty much any situation) it’s important to stop, take a moment, breathe and open to the presence and wisdom of God, receive, and, only then, engage.  CONTINUE READING

Welcome to Fall!

Please join us for worship Sundays at 10:30 am. We offer childcare and Sunday School for all ages and welcome all to our lively Coffee Hour following the service. We hope you will be a part of one of our upcoming events:


10/2: Car Free Sunday—Reduce your carbon footprint by walking, biking, ride sharing or taking public transportation to church!


Sabbatical-Reflections-podcast-150x15010/2: Coffee Hour Conversation—Sabbatical Sharing: Join Pastor Ellen and the Sabbatical Committee for a discussion of her experiences, your experiences and where we go from here. CONTINUE READING

From Our Moderator

Important Stuff …

stuffSeveral weeks ago, Dan Sack gave a wonderful sermon entitled, “Stuff.” Based on the sermon title, I was expecting a lesson on how material things don’t matter and we need to get rid of all the things that prevent us from being close to God. I subscribe to a number of magazines and lifestyle blogs that preach simplicity and “fewer, better things,” but which usually involve a great deal of work and/or money. CONTINUE READING

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