On most Sundays, children of all ages are invited to sit with their families or friends during the first part of the regular worship service. This starts at 10:00 a.m. This time includes chalice and candle lighting, a time for sharing joys and sorrows, and a “Time For All Ages,” after which children leave to go to their classes.
There are several multi-generational worship services when all ages gather in the sanctuary for worship in community and celebration.
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We are a progressive faith community that works for justice and compassion in all human relations, values theological and human diversity, and celebrates the beauty of nature, ideas, and the arts.
Are you looking for a faith home where you can grow spiritually? A place of spiritual comfort in a time of transition? A Sunday School where your children can learn to live out values of loving and just connection to others? With us, you may find the place you seek. We hope you will visit.
We hosted a well attended vigil on May 23rd to mark the anniversary of George Floyd’s killing.
Our anti-racism book club has recently read “Caste” by Isabel Wilkerson and “Just Mercy” by Bryan Stevenson. We are currently reading "I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness" by Austin Channing Brown.
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