Each creature is a unique living word of Holy Mystery.
Worship is an expression of our spiritual journey from God, to God, and in God, with one another and all creation.
We bring all that we are -- hopes, fears, dreams, longings, losses, and so much more.
We express ourselves - thru heart, mind, and body - in song, story, prayer, meditation, movement.
We gather to Tell the Story of unfolding creation as an embodiment of Holy Mystery, and we gather around the table to be Fed with Thanksgiving.
Perhaps you love to sing, or perhaps you'd love to start. The community choir meets on Thursdays at 7:30 PM to practice the songs for the coming Sunday. Then gathers at 9:30 on Sundays to go over them once more before singing at the 10:30 service.
It's a low-pressure opportunity for those who love music and would love to lift up their voices in song.
For more details send a message to our music minister, Steve Lewis.
Hospitality and Welcoming
Hospitality lies at the heart of an open community. The Hospitality team includes those who warmly welcome people into the church, as well as those who prepare coffee and refreshments after the service.
You may make the coffee, bring something tasty to snack on, or stay afterwards to help clean up.
If you'd like to see how you can help with Sunday hospitality, send a message to Christy McMurtry, Senior Warden,.
A servers (or acolyte) is someone who helps serve during worship. An acolyte may carry a banner or cross. They may help prepare the sanctuary for worship or assist in other ways.
Serving is a great opportunity for those who love to assist others. Kind and gentle guidance and training are provided.
For more details, contact Deacon Maureen.
A reader (also called a lector) leads those gathered in Telling the Story. Within worship there are usually several passages read from the scriptures. The lectors read those passages for the community to hear and reflect upon.
Perhaps you've never read in public but would like to try. We offer kind and gentle guidance, as well as ongoing support.
For more details, send a message to Rev. Kevin Thew Forrester.