The Central Sanctuary Choir performs "The Promised Land," arranged by Ronald Staheli and directed by Raleigh Kincaid. This inspiring anthem highlights the lenten themes of journey and features a solo by Rebecca Wallace.
A song by Aaron Austin, written for our communion service in January 2017. Come on in out the cold Set down your bags take off your coat There's room at the table for you Come on over have a seat It's a weary road rest your feet There's room at the table for you Lift a glass to thank our host He carved these legs he planed this top He pressed this wine with all his heart And welcomes us just as we are There's room at the table for you Don't need a tie or fancy dress You're fine like you are we're all friends There's room at the table for you Don't need rich kin or big degrees The last are first, the least our most esteemed There's room at the table for you Pass the bread beans and corn Don't be shy there's plenty more There's room at the table for you Pass the goodness pass the peace Everybody's welcome to this feast There's room at the table for you
On Sunday morning May 29th, Pastor Mark led the second of two spring conversations on “An Introduction to Progressive Christianity.” While identical in content to the General Session held in early April, this “make-up” presentation was also an opportunity for a better quality recording of the material. The presentation is embedded below.