• Hospitality & Welcome–All Saints Room 

    Beginning Sunday, May 13, Coffee House will start at 7 am–welcoming anyone for coffee, tea, and lite snacks–and continued to be facilitated by staff member Angelica Lopez. At 9:45 am the Hospitality Teams will continue to bring food to be shared before and after the Worship Service. At 10:15 am–the All Saints Room...

  • Holy Week 2022

    Sunday, April 10 9:30am Pony Rides 10:30am Service Thursday, April 14 Noon In-person 7pm In-person & Online Friday, April 15 Noon Stations of the Cross 7pm Seven Last Words        

  • Lenten Devotional 2.19.21

    By Sarah Bagge   II Timothy 4:1-5 In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who is to judge the living and the dead, and in view of [Christ’s] appearing and [kin-dom], I solemnly urge you: proclaim the message; be persistent whether the time is favorable or unfavorable; convince,...

  • Dec 16 Advent Devotional

    By the Rev. Matt Zemanick Malachi 3:16-4:6; Mark 9:9-13; Psalm 125 Perhaps you have heard these times called Apocalyptic. No, not like the street preachers, saying the end is near. Well, not the way one might imagine it. Apocalypse means revelation; at the end of a play the actors are...

  • Dec 15 Advent Devotional

    By the Rev. Matthew Zemanick 2 Kings 2:9-22; Acts 3:17-4:4; Psalm 125 I wanted to write about miracles and the dangers of disenchantment. Then, I made the mistake of turning on the news. As I write this, I am watching two so-called experts on prison populations discuss COVID-19 in our...

  • Advent Devotional 12.1.20

    Joy Triggers, and other Conduits of Pandemic Reflection by Amanda Lindamood In between sheets of sad triggers make sense. Doors into feelings below feelings before feelings between memories and wishes for futures real enough and pretend enough. Grounded was a word I defined today, and it’s in that spirit that...

  • Lenten Devotional – April 8, 2020

    Pastor Karen Isaiah 50:4-9a; Hebrews 12:1-3; John 13:21-32; Psalm 70(1)  How was it to Live with Lent in 2020? How was it journeying with God at Night? At this end of Lent, I offer you some questions prompted by the Scripture from Matthew 9: 27- 34:  Review your days —...

  • Lenten Devotional – April 7, 2020

    Justin Fitch Isaiah 49:1-7; 1 Corinthians 1:18-31; John 12:20-36; Psalm 71:1-14(6)  When we think of God, or talk about God (theology), our tendency can be to make things more complicated than they need to be (sometimes just to seem more intelligent). It can lead us to wonder, “Where is the one who...

  • Lenten Devotional – April 6, 2020

    Isaiah 42:1-9; Hebrews 9:11-15; John 12:1-11; Psalm 36:5-11(7) Sara Babcock  As we come to the end of the Lenten season, our texts remind us that we are preparing for something new: – A new way of bringing justice – A new covenant – A new tent Sometimes when I am surrounded by night,...

  • Lenten Devotional – April 4, 2020

    Doug Walter Lamentations 3:55-66; Mark 10:32-34; Pslam 31:9-16  “You came near when I called you, and you said, ‘Do not fear.'” Lamentations 3:57  Again and again God in scripture tells us to not be afraid. And yet, that night in Gethsemane, the night of his betrayal, Jesus was afraid. He tells...