May 08 2015
Join us this Sunday as we study Ephesians 6:10-20, where we are encouraged to “be strong in the Lord and in the strength of God’s power.” But how do we stand firm in our so often chaotic world? And how do we do so in a Christian (and thus cross-cultural) way, while clearly “proclaim[ing] the gospel of peace”?
Come listen. Come learn. Come speak and sing. Come expecting to be embraced by the amazing grace of God. A friendly house of God, we sing joyfully, worship fully and follow the service with a lively and connecting time of fellowship. Join us!
Like most church congregations, we worship, study, pray and care for one another. We reach out to our neighborhood and world to share the love of God and the Good News of Jesus Christ. We laugh and cry together. We sing, and sometimes we dance. Our building is full of stained glass, carved wood, red-aisled carpets and hard wood floors.
We have been in ministry since 1908, and we have members who have been here for more than 50 of those years! Fellowship (coffee, tea, food and friendship) is a very important part of our time together; many of our friends and members linger over a lunch meal for 45 minutes or more. Our congregation includes third generation members, newcomers, centenarians, artists, world travelers and motorcyclists – to categorize just a few of our members (which of course is really utter folly as each one of us is too unique to put in a box!). Needless to say, we are welcoming – really; we even hosted a bar mitzvah once.