Celebrating 150 years of worship and service in the community.
We are an inclusive faith community inspired by the Holy Spirit. We seek and serve Christ by embracing our baptismal vows. We worship together, and gather for discussion, study and fun. We recognize that people travel many paths in faith, and we encourage questioning as a part of spiritual formation. We understand the Trinity as relational, and we value our connectedness to one another. We long for God’s kingdom, and we work and pray for justice, both locally and globally.
The parish was formed in 1867 and continues to be a visible sign of God’s presence in our community. Please join us as we celebrate God’s abundant creation and our common life in Christ.
One Day Advent Retreat: Saturday, December 15th from 10am to 2pm in the Rectory. Martha will lead a day of Bible study and quiet reflection. Lunch is included, and there is a $10 suggested donation to pay for lunch. To RSVP please email Martha at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advent Lessons & Carols - Sunday, December 23rd, 10am. An annual celebration of the Season of Advent, this service reads lessons from both the Old Testament and the New Testament, to hear the story of God’s unfolding redemption. In between readings there are anthems and carols to help us participate in the story.
Christmas Eve Services - Monday, December 24th, 5pm and 10pm.
5pm - Family Service with “Pop-Up Pageant,” Carols, and Holy Eucharist.
10pm - Traditional Service with Carols and Holy Eucharist.