Join us for “Warts and All” – Our guest speaker is Ministerial Candidate for Fellowship Walter Clark from Richmond. The Choir will perform.
A Sense of Wonder in Nature and Science – Join us for a lay-led service with several guest speakers who will tell us of their wondrous and moving experiences in the fields of astronomy, paleontology and more.
Earth and The People in it” – Matt Griset, our Music Director, leads an All-Music Service with the Choir and soloists.
Come, listen, join in!
“Flower Communion” – Each year we celebrate our congregation in its diversity – like a bouquet of different flowers. We ask everyone to bring a flower for our vase, and take one away to represent what we get from our participation.
“For the Beauty of the Earth” – Rev. Charlie Dieterich. “This our hymn of grateful praise” has been around since well before my childhood. On the Sunday after Easter, here’s a different view of resurrection. Spring celebration with an environmental focus.
Let’s view Easter from a point of view of the musical Godspell. What does a 20th Century musical have for us in the 21st Century? What does a first century recollection tell us? Come with an open mind and an open heart. The Choir performs.
Celebration Sunday! – Rev. Charlie Dieterich.
We celebrate our congregation and the joy of being together. The Stewardship Campaign celebrates those who helped raise high the flame.
“Keep It Fun, Add Laughter” – Rev. Charlie Dieterich. Our Covenant of Right Relations calls us to be compassionate, to not gossip and all sorts of serious sounding stuff.
Then it urges us to laugh. A seriously fun service?
This year’s Teen Service offers music, stories and readings from our congregation’s teen group. Come hear about plans for their spring service learning project! The Second Sunday Collection benefits the project expenses.
Ships are safest in the harbor, but ships were not made to stay in safety. Journey, travel, adventure boldly and explore! Yes, the sermon title is a pun!