Return to onsite worship

Return to onsite worship

Our team planning a return to in-person gatherings is working to make on site worship possible again.  Tentatively, we think this may occur at the end of May and in accordance to the safety parameters set in place. We hope this will offer much needed connections and...
One Year of Pandemic Life

One Year of Pandemic Life

Today we mark a year of pandemic life. One year of significant changes. One year of new patterns and routines. One year of counting Covid cases and mourning precious lives lost to the virus. One year of healthcare workers’ unending hours. One year of jobs lost, school...
Lament

Lament

This week our nation reach the lamentable mark of over 500,000 people who have died due to COVID-19. These sons and daughters, mothers and father, aunt and uncles, grandparents, cousins, beloved friends, and respected colleagues led uniquely valuable lives and will be...
Pastor’s Note: July 2, 2020

Pastor’s Note: July 2, 2020

When our state first went under stay at home orders in March, none of us could have imagined that over three months later our state would be the hotbed of rising coronavirus cases. We could not have imagined the stress on our healthcare workers, chaplains, and other...
A Note From the Pastor: May 21, 2020

A Note From the Pastor: May 21, 2020

Weariness. It’s the theme I notice as I speak to different members of our congregation, colleagues, and friends this week. A tiredness and fatigue with our current situation that seems to change daily and yet remains the same. Having spent more time in our home...