From Rev. Ellen Jennings

Dear Ones,

Over the course of my life, I’ve seen many conservative Christian homes display a plaque that reads: As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord (Joshua 24:15). These words have always resonated with me, but I confess to having wondered:  How? How will your house serve God?

So, when I found a sign that clarifies my meaning of this passage, I was delighted. Because I think it’s important to be transparent about our intentions and beliefs. CONTINUE READING

Happy New Year!

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:

Old Time Gospel Service: Sing for Freedom! 1/15, 10:30 am—On this Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend, join us for a musical service led by folk singer and acoustic musician, Diana Wagner, www.dianawagnermusic.com.  All musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and play along.  Everyone else, come prepared to SING! CONTINUE READING

From Our Moderator

Happy New Year!

I confess to finding myself uninspired this year by the annual push to make resolutions. Maybe it’s because my life has already seen so much change- a new position at work and a husband. Maybe it’s also because I tend to implement changes throughout the year, rather than on an assigned date. Of course, it could also be a lack of enthusiasm for certain changes this year is going to bring. In any case, I have been comforted by the following poem, written by Natalie Wise on Darling Magazine’s blog. CONTINUE READING

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