Long before the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, the United Church of Christ, by action of the General Synod, affirmed the right of every individual to follow their personal religious and moral convictions regarding their reproductive healthcare. We continue to stand by this conviction today. This religious and moral agency includes the autonomyContinue Reading

Come, let us draw near to worship God, the great liberator.Those whom God sets free are free indeed.God brought God’s people out of bondage in Egypt; Adonai is the great liberator.Those whom God sets free are free indeed.God makes chains shatter and seas part. Barriers to freedom are not of God; they are tools of greed, domination, andContinue Reading

All throughout this series we are turning to face all directions, symbolizing that our attention to God requires us to look all around us. Spirit of the Center, guardian of love,You who are the singing heart of the Universe,We ask you to be here now in this community,Help us to hear voices old and new,AndContinue Reading

All throughout this series we are turning to face all directions, symbolizing that our attention to God requires us to look all around us. On this day, when our American “world” is trying to reconcile a sincere attempt to appreciate ALL that women give us: their bodies in pregnancy and birth, nurture, leadership, comfort, grace,Continue Reading

During these Sundays between Easter and Pentecost, we are embarking on a 6-week worship journey into an exploration of Creation Spirituality—a theology that affirms God’s declaration that creation is “supremely good” (Common English Bible (CEB) translation) and that we are called to be that goodness in and for the world. I have learned of aContinue Reading

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