To help prevent the spread of Covid-19, worship will move online for the time being. Watch live on Sunday at 11 am or view any time at this link.
Coming from diverse backgrounds, we are united in our quest for spiritual and intellectual growth, and in putting our faith into practice through our actions.
Music, prayer, scriptures, and preaching are important parts of our worship, giving breadth, depth, and direction to our spiritual development on the Jesus path. In our services, you will hear inclusive language that honors many ways of understanding and naming God. Members are encouraged to participate in the leadership of worship and in creating a sacred environment for worship through art.
We celebrate two sacraments: Baptism and Holy Communion (Eucharist), both of which are available to all regardless of age.
Holy communion (or Eucharist) is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month, with intergenerational worship leadership. Our worship is greatly enriched by young voices leading us in gathering litanies, offering wise and inspiring words during the invitation to generosity, and offering the bread and the cup at Communion. Together, we experience the stories in the Bible that highlight Christ’s community of people who feed one another, and feed our neighbors.
Nov 1: All Saints Sunday, Rev. Sarah Campbell Nov 8: Rev. Sarah Campbell Nov 15: Rev. Christian Briones Nov 22: Thanksgiving Sunday, Rev. Sarah Campbell Nov 29: First Sunday in Advent, Rev. Todd Lippert
Rev. Sarah Campbell Could it Happen Here? Listen to sermon Read sermon
Thom Haines How Will I Know My Pledge Was Right? Listen to sermon
Rev. Christian Briones Between articulation and ineffability Listen to sermon
World Communion Sunday
Special Music From Mexico: Rev. Michael Joseph From Italy: Dr Paolo Naso From the Philippines: Rev Daniel Palicte From Palestine: Mira Rizek
Eli’jah Carroll Bloom and Grow Read sermon Listen to sermon
Rev. Sarah Campbell What’s Our Nation’s Story? Our Past? Our Future? Read sermon Listen to sermon
Rev. Sarah Campbell What’s Mayflower’s story, past and future? Listen to sermon Read sermon
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Sundays @ 11 am online