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Being With: Exploring Our Faith

Our Lenten Study begins on Weds, Feb. 21st, starting at 6pm and ending at 8pm. Please join in for delicious home made soup and salad while we explore our faith utilizing the "Being With" study guide.

The discussion and dinner culminates with our Holden Evening Prayer, a lovely and meditative setting of Evening Vesper worship.

Upcoming Events

Council Meeting
Date 02/18/2015 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Series Every 4 weeks on Wednesday until July 8, 2015
Project H.O.P.E. Food Dropoff
09/13/2020 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Monthly on the 2nd Sunday until November 8, 2020
Stewardship Meeting
07/20/2022 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Monthly on the 3rd Wednesday
Saturday AA Meeting
10/29/2022 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Weekly on Saturday until December 30, 2023


  • Easter Dawn

    We have come to the Easter Dawn!

    Sure, the actual dawn isn’t for another 10 or 12 hours, but that’s a technicality.

    We have come to the dawn of our Savior’s resurrection.

  • Peace of Christ

    This week’s gospel text is one of my favorites because it reminds us of why we share the peace during worship service, and it reminds us why we are sent to build peace in the world.


  • Invitation to Renewal

    A beautiful red cardinal landed under a nearby shrub as I was hustling the kids out the door to school one morning this winter. It only registered with me a few hours later that I‘d seen this

  • Christ is Risen Indeed! (2019 Easter Vigil Homily)

    Christ is Risen! Alleluia! Christ is risen indeed! Alleluia!

    I was catching up with my old friend Mary Ellen not long ago. She’s one of those friends, you know the kind - who know you so

  • The Magnificent Story of Jesus' Resurrection

    Alleluia! Christ is Risen!
    Christ is risen indeed, alleluia!

    This magnificent story of Jesus’ resurrection, that starts with the line “Early on the first day of the week, while it

  • Feed My Sheep

    The risen Christ needs our hands and hearts, for we are living in crazy and sad times.

    Jesus stands on the Lakeshore in today’s gospel and tells Peter to “feed my sheep” in a three-fold

  • An Easter Message from Pastor Tobias

    Dear Friends in Christ,

    In Luke's gospel, Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary the mother of James, and another unnamed woman - all followers of Jesus - are headed to to the tomb to pay their

  • Holy Smokes, What a Day!

    When Ascension Day is not separately observed and celebrated in the Church, we observe it here, on the seventh and last Sunday of Easter.

    Luke’s version of the Ascension story comes at

  • Go

    Maybe they were too hasty. Peter, and the other disciple who ran with him to the tomb after Mary shared the news that Jesus’ body was no longer there. They ducked in and ducked out. Maybe if

  • Bearing Witness

    Do not doubt, but believe. This is the message for us today. Do not doubt, but believe. We have a Savior who is risen. Anything is possible. Anything can be done when we have the courage to begin

  • Are We Fishing Naked or Jumping in for Jesus?

    My question for us today is this: Are we fishing naked or jumping in for Jesus?

    Wait, what? Did my pastor just ask me if we’re fishing naked or jumping in for Jesus?


  • Safety and Opportunity

    A retired Methodist pastor in Elkhart, Indiana, takes scraps of metal discarded by local companies creating band instruments, and assembles works of art from them. One, titled, “Doxology,” is a

  • Every Day is our First Day

    Have you ever found that it was only in looking back at a conversation that you began to see the true gifts that were present there for you?

    You know, I wonder if the disciples found

  • The First Ones

    There is something very special about being the first one awake in a household in the morning. If there are other people are in the house, I swear that you can feel them still asleep and you can

  • A Beautiful Day, the First Day

    I love this day! Flowers and music and alleluias. Reunions like old home week, when we gather together with folks we don’t see as often, be it our families, friends, or perhaps the congregation

  • New Birth into Living Hope

    I remember when my niece Maria was about eight years old, and we were walking outside at my parent’s house one spring day, observing the beauty of the natural world around us: the grass beneath

  • Showing Up

    When Gary and Sharon Torrez of Fort Myers, Florida, heard that their former community of Jamaica Bay, Florida had been hit hard by Hurricane Ian in 2021, they “bought power banks to charge

  • The Gate

    Jesus makes a bold, but for those of us who have been following Jesus’ story, unsurprising claim: that Jesus is the gate and those who come to know this will find their way in and also their way

  • The Holy Spirit at Work

    “I will not leave you orphaned,” declares Jesus in our gospel lesson today from John. “I will ask,” says Jesus, “and the Father will send you “another Advocate” to be with you forever. This