Month: June 2019

A red barn with rows of crops

Worship on July 7 to Feature Gould Farm

Lisanne Finston, Executive Director of Gould Farm and an ordained minister, will preach and help lead worship on Sunday July 7. Our Board of Mission and Action has had a long relationship with the Farm and is delighted to help the congregation get to know it better. Coffee hour will include information about how members


Annual Strawberry Social

Our annual Strawberry Social will take place outside, weather permitting, after church this Sunday, June 30th. Join us for a celebration of our local bounty and good fellowship. There will be strawberry shortcakes for one and all!

Three boys and two girls sing in church

Join the NEW Ecumenical Kids Summer Choir

For kids entering grades K-8. Three Sunday afternoons: July 28, August 4 and August 11. Mostly unison music with a possibility of one (or two) two parts and/or rounds. This choir is free with no charge to participate! Directed by Jill Wheat, Accompanied by Dr. Gene Kalish.

Child's backpack

Summer Food Backpack Project

In the summer, some families who depend on school meals face food insecurity. With our partners, Fairview Hospital and the Jewish Women’s Federation, we will provide nutritious food on Thursdays, from July 11 until August 22.

Details of a carved wooden pulpit

Newsletter – June 2019

From Pastor Brent: “Dear Friends in Christ,In today’s world we have come to see the truth that sometimes we need help if we are trying to learn something or get better at it. At the gym, personal trainers are available to work with people in the areas they want to address. Out on the course

Summer Book Read

This summer, all are invited to join a book read of David Brooks’ new work The Second Mountain. Look for more details in your July newsletter. We anticipate putting together a variety of small groups and ways to talk about the book that take advantage of the rhythms of summer. We have invited a few

Welcoming New Members – June 16 – during Worship

  Membership in our church is an act of faith – an agreement to enter into the covenant of this church with others who call it home. It is a joyful act undertaken during worship. If you have not yet been in contact with Pastor Brent or participated in the Connections Class, please contact him