Join us Sunday for Advent!

Worship with us on Sunday 12/1, the First Sunday of Advent. About worship: The new church year begins with a wake-up call: Christ is coming soon! In today’s readings both Paul and Jesus challenge us to wake from sleep, for we know neither the day nor hour of the Lord’s coming. Isaiah proclaims the day when God will gather all people on the holy mountain and there will be no more war or suffering. Though we vigilantly watch for the promised day of salvation, we wait for what we already have: Christ comes among us this day as the word and meal that strengthens our faith in the promises of God. Worship at 9am, then stay with us for our annual Advent festival with crafts, snacks, sharing stories

Worship with Us Sunday 11/24!

About worship on 11/24: Jeremiah’s promise of the execution of “justice and righteousness in the land” finds ironic fulfillment in the execution of Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews. It appears so utterly contradictory that the king should be crucified with the criminal. This victory appears for all the world as ignominious defeat. Yet through the gate of death our Lord opens the door to paradise. ( Join us for 9:00 am worship then coffee and snacks. Faith formation starts at 10:10 with Sunday School upstairs to work on the Christmas program, and "About the Bible" book study in the Fireside room. Next week is the first Sunday of advent complete with our Advent Fes

An update from Maddie and YAGM

See what our former intern, Maddie Froiland has been up to in Jerusalem with Young Adults in Global Mission. PDF of Newsletter

Worship with us Sunday 11/17

About worship on 11/17: The end is near. There is no doubt about it. The warnings are dire. The tone of today’s texts is ominous. But the baptized know how to live in the “meantimes.” The baptized are strengthened for the living of these days in word and sacrament. The baptized rally around the invitation of the apostle: “Brothers and sisters, do not be weary in doing what is right.” (sundaysandseasons) The Sharing & Caring Hands group will leave at 7:30am, then we will hold worship at 9:00 am with the choir and Sunday school kids singing. Coffee & conversation will follow with a Thanksgiving Hymn Sing with Richard Collman. Sunday School and the "About the Bible..." book study will take plac

Worship with Us Sunday!

About worship on 11/10: We worship on the first day of the week because our Savior was raised on that day. Every Sunday is a little Easter. This Sunday feels more like Easter than many as the appointed texts celebrate the reality of the resurrection. Live it up this Lord’s day. Our God is the God of the living.(sundaysandseasons) 9:00 am worship and coffee and social hour to follow. Education starts at 10:10... Sunday School and confirmation in the upstairs classrooms - all kids welcome! Community Connection in the Fellowship Hall with Suzanne Fox who will share about Ruth's House. More coming up this week.

Worship with Us Sunday!

About worship 11/3 ALL SAINTS SUNDAY: In holy baptism God makes saints out of sinners. In holy communion God forgives the sins of all the saints. In the assembly today we give thanks for all the saints “who from their labors rest,” who have fought the good fight, who have gained the crown. In the same breath we petition our God for the strength to hear and to heed the admonitions of the Lord Jesus in today’s gospel. Recalling that we have been sealed by the Spirit and sustained by the Savior’s body and blood, we keep on keeping on as God gives us breath, to the praise of God’s glory. (sundaysandseasons) 9:00 am worship with holy communion, coffee and social hour to follow. Education hour at

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