Sunday Evening Outdoor Worship
Beginning Sunday, June 6, at 5 pm, we will hold in person worship outdoors on the Plaza. This service of song and prayer is designed to last 30 to 40 minutes and is intended to bless you as the day closes and evening comes. Different than our Sunday morning worship, it will include a short reflection offered by a member of our congregation. Worshipers will be masked for singing. For now, attendance will be limited to 35 people. Sign-up in advance once per month. Each Sunday at noon, if there is still space available, you are welcome to sign up to take another turn. On Sunday, July 4th, there will be no evening service.
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June 13 (cancelled)
Sunday Worship in the Sanctuary
Beginning Sunday, June 20, we will resume in person worship in the Sanctuary at 10:30 am. For the first weeks, attendance will be limited to 70 people. Worshipers will be masked. Soloists will sing hymns behind a plexiglass shield, but there will be no congregational singing. Meanwhile, we will also livestream the worship service on YouTube, Facebook, and the church website. A recording of the service will continue be available after Sunday morning on YouTube. Our Zoom coffee hour following worship will also continue. For now, please limit your in-person sign up to once per month, once in June and once in July. Worship on June 27th is our ARTS Camp musical which means that large parts of the service will be pre-recorded and projected in the Sanctuary.
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Summer Series of Contemplative Practices
Sundays, June 27 to August 1, 9:30 to 10:15 am in the Chapel and on Zoom
Join us for a time of quiet contemplation in community on Sunday mornings. Limited in-person services in the Chapel and simultaneously on Zoom.
June 27: Contemplative Prayer with Charley Rastle
July 4: Guided Meditation on Scripture with Bob Von Trebra
July 11: Mindfulness Practices with Judy Ludwig-Keller
July 18: Mindfulness Practices with Judy Ludwig-Keller
July 25: Guided Meditation on Scripture with Bob Von Trebra
August 1: Contemplative Prayer with Charley Rastle