From Rev. Ellen Jennings

Many thanks to everyone for last Sunday’s Annual Meeting!  We passed our 2016 budget, elected new lay leaders, and previewed programs and activities for the coming year.  Here are a few highlights:

  • 100th Anniversary: In two years we turn 100!  And, we need history buffs, celebration creators, dramatic and musical artists, and “signature project” initiators.  If you’re interested in being part of the 100th Anniversary planning process, please contact our new Moderator, Anastasia Schulze, at anastasiakschulze@gmail.com.
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Welcome!

As we enter 2016, we invite you to join us for worship and other church activities. Our Sunday services and Sunday School take place at 10:30 am, followed by a social Coffee Hour. All are welcome!

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Ash Wednesday Service, 2/10— We’ll meet in the Parlor at 6:30 pm for a short service and meaningful beginning to the Lenten Season.

Sunday School Teacher Refresher RESCHEDULED, 2/13—Join the Children & Youth Committee from 10 am to Noon for a fun and informative morning as we continue the second half of our Sunday School year! CONTINUE READING

From Our Moderator

In this, the first memo of my term as Moderator, I thought I would tell you a little about myself by sharing this painting by Vermeer, which is one of my favorites. Having studied art history in both undergraduate and graduate schools, I have been exposed to myriad works of art from different time periods and cultures, such that I find it almost impossible to answer the frequent question, “what is your favorite work of art?” There are many works that speak to me in different ways, and my answer could easily depend on my current mood or interest, but if I had to narrow it down to a single painting, it would be this one. CONTINUE READING

We Are Open & Affirming

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