Join us for worship every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. and fellowship time in the back of the sanctuary immediately following the service (about 11:15am).
Among the first words you will hear are:

“Whoever you are and wherever you are on your journey,
you are welcome here!”

We mean it. We are grateful God brings new people to spend a Sunday morning with us, and we want to let you know that. In worship, you will find older folks, babies, working and retired folks,  gay people, straight people, seekers, doubters, wanderers, and life-long church goers.  There is a place waiting for you in our congregation.

There is a message for children early in the service. Children are then invited to attend Sunday School. Some families prefer for their children to stay in worship, and that is fine, too. Nursery is available for children up through four years old.


On the first Sunday of the month, all are invited to the table to receive
Holy Communion.

At some point you may want to be more involved in worship leadership – as a greeter, usher, worship leader, or as a member of the choir.
Our choir rehearses Thursday evenings during the school year from 7:30-9 p.m. led by our Music Director, Jeff Andersen.


We follow the liturgical year, starting with lighting the Advent Candles four Sundays before Christmas.  Each Christmas, bagppers Seamus & Suzanne play for our Celtic Christmas Worship.  We celebrate Epiphany with a traditional King’s Cake; and Shrove Tuesday / Mardi Gras with a Pancake Feast, followed by burning of the palms from last year’s Ash Wednesday; we head to Curran Apple Orchard for our annual Easter Sunrise service, and later celebrate Easter more formally with trumpet, choir & organ.



In August we celebrate the joy our pets bring us with a Blessing of the Animals service in the Curran Apple Orchard.  We’ve experienced all kinds of animals – on a leash, in a cage, or an image.

Our worship services are participatory, and we are saving a place for you.