Weekly worship services are held on Sundays at 10:30 am from September (after Labor Day) – mid-June.

Services are live streamed from our sanctuary and can be viewed on our YouTube Channel. Services are followed by a Zoom coffee hour. To access coffee hour, use ID 240-797-976. In person services are currently on hold.

Our services feature inspiring words, music, and stories exploring themes in a multigenerational context. We are excited to welcome you! Information about upcoming services is listed below. View Past Services. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

October Services

October 3 A Community of CovenantEmily Richards, DRE

What does it mean to be a covenantal people? How can we embrace ourselves and one another in relationship as fully human beings? We will explore together this important aspect of our faith and what it means to us and our journey along the path of transformation.

October 10 An American Sunrise – Rev. Anthony Johnson
This sermon is derived from the poetry of Joy Harjo, Poet Laureate of the United States.
Harjo is the first Indigenous person to hold this post. I use the title of her book, An
American Sunrise, but draw on other of her work in this service, on the Sunday
preceding Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday.

October 17 Active Neighboring – Rev. Anthony Johnson
To be a neighbor means more than to live next door to someone. Neighboring is an
active engagement with that person. Groups or organizations, such as this church, can
also be neighbors. Active neighboring is important in any city, large or small.

October 24 Keeping the Rights We Have – Rev. Anthony Johnson
n recent years, conservative groups and politicians have worked to chip away at rights
that were hard won in the twentieth century. Their targets include voting rights and a
woman’s right to choose to have an abortion. What must keep the rights we have?