All our events and gatherings share the same purpose to strengthen our connections with one another and deepen our relationship with God. Our community is a messy group of imperfect people seeking to become a family that serves and supports one another through all of life's challenges and encourages each of us to experience the abudance of life with God.
Everyone is welcome to attend our upcoming events and pursue life with God alongisde this community.
The Community Garden is located at the church, just off Mill Avenue! The Garden is open everyday from sunrise to sunset.
Reach out today to our Ecotheology Apprentice, Kathryn, if you are interested in reserving a garden bed or to learn more about this project.
Garden Work Days are every Friday from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.
We have all wounded others and been wounded by others. This group is intended to provide a faith-based introduction to the 12 Steps. Originally developed to deal with alcoholism, the spiritual nature of these steps provides a foundation for dealing with a variety of dysfunctional behaviors.
This group is intended to provide a network of support and education for those wanting to break out of habits that are hurtful to themselves and others.
We are committed to increasing our awareness and developing the skills to become ministers of reconcilation. Let's Get Ready to Talk About Race and Be the Bridge Groups occur twice a year.
Learn more about Be the Bridge by visiting their website.
How do we remain anchored in Christ and committed to one another as we navigate differences in understanding on a range of ideas and topics? Polarization is common in our society and withdrawing from those with whom we disagree is often seen as a virtue. We want to cultivate an environment where the love of God, the mind of Christ, and the fellowship of the Spirit inform and direct our interactions.
Family Forums take place one Sunday every month and help us cultivate the skills to embrace oneness in Christ.
For anyone willing to ask and listen to questions about God, faith, and the Bible. If you could ask God any question and get an answer, what would you ask? Let's wrestle with these together in a safe and respectful environment.