This is the place to find consolidated information about worship services, ongoing pastoral care, fellowship and discipleship opportunities, and Zoom links.

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List of gatherings:

Sundays at 10:00 AM. Join us Sunday mornings in-person, live stream, or Zoom

Sundays at 8:00 AM Join us Sunday mornings in-person

Wednesdays at 5:30 PM. Join us for casual conversation at 5:30 PM on Wednesday. Grab your favorite beverage and let’s reconnect!

Weekday Morning Prayer

ID: 968 1679 4908

Passcode: church

Weekdays at 8:00 AM. Join us at 8 AM on weekdays for Morning Prayer. You can find the service in the Book of Common Prayer beginning on page 75

Weekday Evening Prayer

ID: 955 4706 9137

Passcode: church

Weekdays at 5:00 PM. Join us at 5 PM on weekdays for Evening Prayer. You can find the service in the Book of Common Prayer beginning on page 61 for Rite One, and on page 115 for Rite Two.

Monday Contemplative Prayer

ID: 998 1159 6134

Passcode: church

Mondays at 7:30 PM. Find a quiet spot in your home, and join us as Kathy Anderson and Mike Hattwick lead us in contemplative prayer at 7:30 PM on Mondays.

Wednesday Men’s Group

ID: 922 8116 0056

Passcode: church

Wednesdays at 8:30 AM. The Men’s Group meets weekly to discuss God’s word, Christianity, and current affairs. Phil Pifer (

A Prayer in Time of Pandemic

This hour we turn to you, O Lord, in full knowledge of our frailty, our vulnerability, and our great need as your mortal creatures. We cry to you, as one human family, unsure of the path ahead, unequal to the unseen forces around us, frightened by the sickness and death that seem all too real to us now. Stir up your strength and visit us, O Lord; be our shield and rock and hiding place! Guide our leaders, our scientists, our nurses and doctors. Give them wisdom and fill their hearts with courage and determination. Make even this hour, O Lord, a season of blessing for us, that in fear we find you mighty to save, and in illness or death, we find the cross to be none other than the way of life. All this we ask in the name of the One who bore all our infirmities, even Jesus Christ our Risen and Victorious Lord. Amen.

The Rev. Dr. Kate Sonderegger

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