Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. Indeed, by faith our ancestors received approval. By faith we understand that the worlds were prepared by the word of God, so that what is seen was made from things that are not visible. -Hebrews 11:1-3
In a world that clamors for us to do and be more and more, community - one rooted in values like love, faith, service, compassion and justice - offers an anchor and a place to bloom and grow.
That's what we seek to be - a place to belong, to become, to believe. Together we seek to grow first as people who are changed by a relationship with God, finding faith in things we hope for and cannot see. Then we seek to become disciples of Jesus Christ who share light and love in the world. We worship together, serve together, learn together, pray together. We also laugh together, share life and eat together (like good Methodists do).
Take a look around. Join us for worship on Sunday morning. Come as you are. God receives you just as you are and so will we.
Join us for Outdoor Worship
Sunday, May 23, at 10:00am, in-person and streamed on our usual platforms
On Pentecost Sunday, we will share in an outdoor worship in our back parking lot. The service will also be streamed live on our usual platforms - just click on the Worship With Us above to get started that morning. Outdoor worship will continue throughout the summer on the 1st and 3rd Sundays.
attendees will wear masks
will bring their own chair, if able (We will have some chairs available as we understand it is not possible for everyone to bring their own.)
will practice appropriate social distancing
will not sing
will have the option to remain in their car
will agree to a Covenant Agreement to care and safety for all
Join us for Worship at 10:00am* this Sunday
We are in the midst of a yearlong sermon and study series based on the book, We Make the Road by Walking by Brian D. McLaren. The subtitle is long, but descriptive: A Year-Long Quest for Spiritual Formation, Reorientation and Activation.
I love the way Brian McLaren’s work is rooted in practice – that hearkens back to our Wesleyan roots. Ours is not a faith rooted solely in doctrine – ours is a faith rooted in how we live scripturally in the here and now, how we are transformed by the very actions we engage in each and every day.
* The service streaming begins at 9:55am with announcements