Come join us on...

20th Sunday after Pentecost

 

Sunday, October 22nd -

Twentith Sunday after Pentecost

8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. - Eucharistic Liturgy

9:40 a.m. - Education Hour: Sunday Church School for children ages 3 thru 8th grade;  Youth Forum for High School Peer Leaders; and Adult Forum with fellowship in Franklin Nelson Hall.

This coming week at Adult Forum: Rick Steves' "Luther and the Reformation" Part 1 - A look at the powerful story of rebellion and faith as we mark the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

COME JOIN US!!!!

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Gluten free hosts are always available for communion.

News & Announcements

Daytime Bible Study – “Making Sense of Scripture”

April 15April 22May 6 and May 13

lose-making-sense-scriptureJoin Pastor Jane for this new Daytime Bible Study as we explore our faith while working through the book “Making Sense of Scripture” by Dr. David Lose.  We will meet four Wednesday mornings from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.  Conversation includes questions surrounding the reading of Scripture as we work toward greater understanding of the Bible and its relevance to a life of faith.  New students are always welcome to join us!  Look for the sign-up sheet on the kiosk in the Narthex.

Holocaust Observance

auschwitz-gate As part of our annual Holocaust Observance, on  Sunday, April 26th Pastor Mac shared a visual journey through the Third Reich and its camps in Forum.

  Ursula Pawel, was unable to join us on Sunday May 3rd in Forum. A Holocaust survivor, Ursula tells the moving story of losing her family and surviving Auschwitz.  A member of the Advisory Board for the Center for Holocaust Studies at the College of St. Elizabeth, Ursula is a renowned author and speaker.  Her appearance will be rescheduled.

And for those who plan ahead, we will have a Showtunes outing to see the Diary of Anne Frank at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey in Madison in November.  Details soon to follow.

Celtic Liturgies

celtic_musicOur Easter season special worship services on Sunday, April 26, will be led by our Sanctuary Choir, instrumentalists, and special guests Gary Oleyar (fiddle with Kenny Loggins), multi-instrumentalists Max Morden and Minister of Music John Girvin, as well as percussionist Nick Scheuble. Wonderful celtic-themed music on tap for the morning at 8:30 and 11am.

As always, we practice an open communion table.