We strive to provide worship experiences that offer intellectual stimulation, emotional comfort, and spiritual transformation: insight into truth and meaning; new knowledge of self, others, and the world; inspiration to act with compassion for peace, equity, and justice, and  with reverence for the interdependent web of all existence.

Our weekly Sunday Service is at 11:00 am.  Nursery care begins at 9:30 am and continue throughout events, meetings, and activities that occur after the service.  Children and Youth activities begin at 11:15 am starting with the Children’s Recessional where they are welcome to participate by leaving the service to join the activities.

 

Sunday, December 1601baf006-430e-4c6c-8bb1-73dc9ce6e853

Seeds of Celebration

Minister: William Levwood

Board Member on Duty: Carolyn DuBard

A present is like a seed. A holiday card is like a seed. Who knows what awaits inside? Or what will grow? Learning and play. Friendship. A child before birth is also a seed. Who knows that this child will bring to the world? Join us for this multigenerational service as we explore the many seeds of celebration and wonder this holiday season.

 

Sunday, December 23farmhorizontal

Let The Great World Spin

Guests in the Pulpit:Christine Stay and Aidan Quinn

Lay Leader: Ed Oaksford
Board Member on Duty: Marty Beech

Dr. Suess asked “how did it get so late so soon?” The earth just tipped its cosmic axis at the shortest day of the year. Or is it the longest night of the year? We mark rotational time, and revolutionary time, but by what measure do we wind our own personal clocks.

 

Monday, December 24, 7:00 pm

 

Christmas Eve Service

Service Leaders: William Levwood, Kay Stuart-Tilley, and Angel de Armendi

Join us for a (mostly) traditional Lessons and Carols Christmas Eve service, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus and the holiness of every life.  For all ages – no child care

 

Sunday, December 30Noon,_rest_from_work_-_Van_Gogh

Sleep Through the Static

Minister: William Levwood

Board Member on Duty: Annette Pearce

A service about the importance of sleep and rest and letting things lay fallow.