In the first century Jesus of Nazareth inspired a movement. A community of people whose lives were centered on Jesus Christ and committed to living the way of God's unconditional, unselfish, sacrificial, and redemptive love. Before they were called "church" or "Christian," this Jesus Movement was simply called "the way." - Bishop Michael Curry - Episcopal Church.
During Lent - on Sunday mornings, we will explore seven practices that are centered on the way of Jesus - the way of love. On Wednesday evenings beginning February 24, we will hear monologues from the perspective of people who were a part of the story of Jesus' journey to the cross. The cross being the ultimate example of the self-sacrificial way of love.
We are excited to be gearing up for regular in person Sunday School starting March 7!
It begins this Sunday, March 7 from 9:45 - 10:15 a.m.
Masking and social distancing will be in place as much as possible.
Save the dates! Day Camp @ Nordland
in partnership with Green Lake Camp staff!
Our next book study via zoom will begin on Tuesdays beginning February 23 (please not the change of date) at 7:00 p.m. for three Tuesdays. Our book will be...
‘Love is the Way: Holding on to Hope in Troubling Times’ by Bishop Michael Curry.
From the description: “Walk the path of love with one of the warmest, most beloved spiritual leaders of our time, and learn how to put faith into action.”
You can find more info about the book online. We have limited copies available from the church office for $15 - call if you would like to reserve a copy, or you can order your own copy online via Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc. It is also available via Kindle, and as audiobook.
To sign up, you can click the picture of the book
which will take you to a 'sign up' email.
Worship in our sanctuary will be on Sundays @ 10:30 a.m.
and Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. during Lent (see our Covid protocols)
Worship will also be available via Facebook, on our Youtube Channel.
In this time of COVID19 (and really, anytime - this is who we are as the Church), we are striving to take care of our neighbors and each other. If you would like help in small but extraordinary ways - with groceries, supplies, gift cards, deliveries, making cards, etc. please let us know.