followed by fellowship time in Zoom breakout rooms
and “Second Hour” discussion for adults.
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Who defines “Christianity”?
Join us on Sundays during Epiphany, after our “First Hour” of worship, for a “Second Hour” session for adults focused on exploring the meaning of “Progressive Christianity,” led by Karl Shelly and Paul Keim.
We are gathering for worship on Zoom starting at 10 AM; this “Second Hour” series will follow worship and run for about 45 minutes.
The Season of Epiphany (Jan 3 – Feb 7) invites us into the stories of Jesus’ ministry, including his baptism, the call of the disciples and work of healing. Our primary text will be the action-packed book of Mark. Be prepared to hear the “New Things” that Jesus is calling us to. Small groups will take turns leading worship during this series.
Worship begins at 10 AM, followed by a “Second Hour” for adults on the topic of Progressive Christianity.
Join us in a reflective reading from the Psalms, and a brief time of silent and spoken prayer together.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
“Though contemporary readers often seek comfort through a devotional reading of the Psalms, the persistent challenge of evil against the righteous is a primary motif that has informed Anabaptist use of the Psalter.” (James Waltner)
Small groups are integral to the life of our congregation. They are the best place for care and nurture of individuals, for support and accountability in our faith journeys, for some stages of communal discernment, and for some types of mission and outreach.
As a reconciling faith community, we seek to follow Jesus’ example by welcoming all who come our way, regardless of age, economic or social circumstances, ethnic background, gender, marital status, physical ability, race, or sexual orientation.
We seek to keep children in the midst of our congregation, the responsibility of all, to be known by name, to be valued persons in the congregation, and active participants in worship.
From four-part singing, to drumming, to visuals, to dance, the arts are highly valued and central to our worship.