Lent begins on March 1 with Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is a time to reflect on our life and the meaning of Christ in our life. Come and 6.30-7pm for worship through reflection, music, and a ritual of ashes.
On Feb. 12, we will celebrate February 12, 1865, when the crowded public galleries of the United States House of Representatives were there to hear Presbyterian Rev. Henry Highland Garnet (Dec. 23, 1815 – Feb. 13, 1882), an ex-slave, preach in the chambers of the House of Representatives. It was the first public speech by
For reflection, the following words were shared: Broaden my definition of racism If I fail to acknowledge the day-in-day-out racism that people of color live and breathe, I invalidate the experience of people of color and miss opportunities to catch myself and others. Acknowledge how racism has shaped me. A critical step in becoming an
January 15 is Interactive Sunday, where there will be opportunities to engage in prayer through song, reflection, and hands on activity. This is a wonderful intergenerational worship opportunity. The theme will focus on the Baptism of the Lord.
Readers & Hosts Please sign up to read scripture at the 7 pm or host at either 430 or 7 Christmas Eve. Please be ready to read at the music stand. The readings will be on the stand ready for you. Choose a partner if you wish, with whom you’ll read. Please give email or
December 18, 10am – Christmas Family Worship – Come to an intergenerational worship to hear the story of Christ’s birth and hear the wonderful music of our choir. December 24, 4.30pm – Family Christmas Eve Worship – Come and celebrate with family and kids. December 24, 7pm – Christmas Eve Worship – Come and celebrate