Early worship is an intimate gathering with simple music, a short homily, and plenty of space for quiet reflection.
Worship at Eleven is a larger, more traditional gathering with our sanctuary choir, organ accompaniment, and sermon.
Working for social justice is gospel business. This Sunday, we will consider the holy work of doing good and how our actions will always speak louder than our words.
Our Wednesday evening fellowship and meal starts at 5:45 p.m. This week our meal will be sandwiches. Following the meal is a time for fellowship and inter-generational fun. Reservations can be made by signing up at the table in the foyer or contacting the church office by Monday at noon to help with food purchase. Cost of the meal is currently $5 per person. Please be aware that cost may change in the future as we continue to make this time of fellowship more sustainable.
At our early service, we move at a slower pace with time to reflect and listen in the quiet. Join us for worship this Sunday at 8:45 a.m. as we consider how working for social justice is part of our gospel calling. We'll hear music this week from Jim and Cindy Abernathy.
What does it mean to hear the call of Jesus to help form a community of grace?
It's never too early or too late to have a meaningful conversation on gun violence.
Don't fear little flock. Luke 12:32-40
Meet the first-named African slave and join your prayers with the 2019 Angela Project.
Our hope and security are rooted in the persistent forgiveness of God. Hosea 11:1-11, Luke 11:5-13