Join us Sunday at 10am MT online on Facebook for our live-stream worship service AND inside our sanctuary for in-person worship. Our Gospel reading is John 20:1-18 and you can download our Easter bulletin here. During the season of Lent, and this last week in Holy Week, we focused on growing gardens, tending the lifeContinue Reading

We stand at the precipice of Lent and Holy Week. This day moves from shouting and praising to a time of crying and lament. The drama of the story of Jesus’ last week reads like the book of our lives. Feeling hopeful one moment, we plummet the next as we deal with disappointment, danger, andContinue Reading

Ash Wednesday (or Ash Sunday, as the case may be) marks the beginning of the Lent season, a time when we aspire to make some room for deeper introspection and practices that will draw us into the love and assurance of faith. But sometimes faith can feel not as assured as we hoped for. We canContinue Reading

Join us inside our church sanctuary for Christmas Eve worship with a concert beginning at 7pm and our candlelight worship beginning at 7:30pm. Please wear masks. O little town of Bethlehem, how still we see you lie!Above your deep and dreamless sleep the silent stars go by;Yet in your dark streets shines forth the everlastingContinue Reading

For Luke’s audience, the presence of war, the destruction of the temple and the daily indignities of living under occupied rule did not feel as if the promises of God had been fulfilled. Yet, Zechariah’s song announces that God is trustworthy, and the promises of God will be fulfilled. That the fulfillment is coming isContinue Reading

As we continue exploring “See No Stranger” our author, Valarie Kaur writes in chapter 8 titled “push.” “When I was finally ready to love myself, I had to learn how to breathe and push through my grief, rage, and trauma. On the other side, I found what seemed utterly impossible before: healing, forgiveness, and evenContinue Reading

As we continue exploring “See No Stranger” our author, Valarie Kaur writes in chapter 6 titled “reimagine.” “… the longer I spent listening to the stories of marginalized people, tending to their wounds, the more I heard a deeper longing–for a future where we were all safe and secure in our bodies, free to pursueContinue Reading

As we continue exploring “See No Stranger” our author, Valarie Kaur writes in chapter 7 titled “breathe.” “I have been made to believe that overwork was the only way to make a difference. I had come to measure my sense of worth by how much I produced, how well I responded, and how quickly. IContinue Reading