From Rev. Ellen Jennings

Spring Greetings~

As I approach my sabbatical, I’m aware of how much I hope our entire congregation will embrace this opportunity to practice Sabbath. I pray that we will: STOP and listen to the still small voice of the true Self or God, REFLECT on what we hear, and DARE TO ACT in new and different ways. I promise I will do so!

In my last Pastor’s Page (3/31), I shared some thoughts about my sabbatical theme: Sabbath KeepingCONTINUE READING


Please join us for worship Sundays at 10:30 am.  We offer childcare and Sunday School for all ages and welcome everyone to our lively Coffee Hour following the service. Here’s what’s going on in the life of the church:

Mission Committee—We are collecting toiletries for St. Paul’s Food Pantry and cleaning supplies for Friendship Place on an ongoing basis. Bring your donations to the church and put them in the bins in the parlor near the piano. 


From Our Moderator

The Genius of the Place

The Return by Thomas Cole,
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

I vividly remember the first time I saw this painting. It was at the National Gallery, in a room that connected the café to the gift shop, so not the kind of place you would expect to be waylaid by a great painting. Thomas Cole was a 19th-century American artist who fused landscape painting and allegory, whether in portraying the journey of life or the fall of the Roman Empire.


We Are Open & Affirming


No matter where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.