We worship on Sunday at 10 am in person and online on all platforms.
Bible Study on Wednesday at 1
Daily Devotions at 7 a.m. on Mon/Tues and Thurs/Friday
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THIS WEEK FROM ADVENT
Weekly Updates with the most current News and Schedules are sent via email on Wednesdays and Fridays. Please make sure the office has your preferred email address and phone number.
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Sunday Worship - May 16
The Seventh Sunday of Easter
10:00 a.m. in person + online
Tuesday, May 18 - 7 p.m. on Zoom
"To Kill a Mockingbird" read and discuss with Bishop Emeritus Roger Gustafson
Wednesday, May 19 - Food Truck 5-7 p.m.
concludes with a brief S'mores Worship
at the firepit on the Green.
"Arts on Friday" - Friday, May 21 - 6:30 p.m.
Advent musicians provide music on the Green. Bring a blanket or lawn chair.
Sunday Worship - May 23
Day of Pentecost
10:00 am. in person +online
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Daily Examen: a prayer form that can be done any time of day. Here are the points for reflection:
To begin, ask God for light, that you may see your day with God's eyes, not just your own. (light a candle)
Preview the day with gratitude, giving thanks for the unique gifts to come.
Anticipate where in the day you might look for God's blessing.
Choose one feature of the day and pray about it.
Ask for wisdom to be alert to where God might be calling you to a new direction.
Always Wish You Knew More About the Bible? Now you have the time. How to Study the Bible is for you!
8 Sessions - 45 min-1hr each
Pastor Susan uses the book
"What is the Bible" by Rob Bell
to discuss how to better understand
the Bible for your life and faith.
These sessions were originally streamed
on Facebook Live in 2018.
Available now on our YouTube Channel,
just click the link above,
and listen/watch at your leisure.
Advent on Facebook
Blue Stones are a symbol we carry with us - blue, the color of Advent hope - stones, to remind us that God is our rock. We offer them to those who we meet, who may be in need of a sign of encouragement. They are always available in our baptismal font.