From Rev. Ellen Jennings

Spring Greetings~

As most of you know, this year’s Lenten Theme is: Back to the Garden.  And, as part of last Sunday’s service, we each chose one “fast” (positive action) and one way to “get back to the garden” (rest and restore).  We posted our choices on a Tree of Life, which is now in front of the fireplace in the parlor.  I encourage you to ask one another over the next few weeks: “How is your fast?”  “Have you gotten back to the garden?”

Here is a portion of Sunday’s reading from the Prophet Isaiah (adapted from The Message):

This is the kind of fast I’m after:
   to break the chains of injustice,
   get rid of exploitation in the workplace,
   free the oppressed,
   cancel debts. CONTINUE READING

A Warm Welcome to All

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. Here’s what’s happening in the life of our congregation:

Federal Workers: Appreciation & Support, 3/26—If you work for the federal government or an organization that contracts with the federal government, this may be a difficult time for you, both professionally and personally. We appreciate your work! CONTINUE READING

From Our Moderator

Evangelism? Part II
Where were we before I was interrupted by Ash Wednesday? Evangelism. In a previous note I suggested that we might want to think and talk a bit about evangelism, the Christian calling to invite people into our faith and our church. I said that evangelism is hard for churches like ours, in part because we might have bad cultural or political associations with evangelicals, and in part because we might not like talking about personal things with strangers. CONTINUE READING

We Are Open & Affirming


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