February Newsletter

Church Events

Sunday Services begin at 9:30; childcare provided. Religious education for youth will be provided each Sunday during service except for February 19th's service.

This Month's Services

Sunday, February 5, 2017 Service
Led by Reverend Nick Boke
"Finding Your Holy"
Prompted by a re-reading of Annie Dillard’s collection of essays Holy the Firm, I will investigate the nature of the holy, exploring the various ways each of us—from orthodox believers to dyed-in-the-wool atheists—thinks about what is holy in the world.

February 12, 2017
Led by Nancy J. Crumbine
"Don’t Forget to Sing"  
A reflection on keeping the faith, remembering humor, and welcoming strangers.

February 19, 2017 - TBA

February 26, 2017
Led by Calvin Dame

Worth Noting

February 19 - Darwin Day
Charles Darwin, born Feb. 12, 1809, changed the world.  He upended the world of science, most of us  know, but he upended the universe of religion, as well.

Church Events

From the Board

  •     Sunday, February 12, 2017  Board Meeting
  •     Sunday, March 12, 2017 Board Meeting

All are welcome to attend the Board Meeting, they will be held after the social hour in the Parish social hall downstairs.  

Sunday Social Hours

Set-up and clean-up for these fellowship times are taken care of by regular volunteers, but refreshments are potluck. There is a sign-up sheet downstairs in the social hall to make coffee and clean up after, so please sign up for one Sunday. Goodies are bring what you have, ready to serve, when you can. If there are leftovers, please give them away or take them home.

Cancelation of Sunday Service Notifications

You will receive an e-mail notification of cancellation of services or change in speaker as early as possible, but a decision will usually be made early Sunday morning. So check your e-mail before church on Sunday if there is any doubt whether services will be held.   

Pastoral Counseling Contact Note

If you wish to speak to one of our ministers their contact information is listed here.  Feel free to contact them.

The world spins. We stumble on. It is enough.
— Colum McCann