Second Sunday in Advent

December 6, 2020 Watch our live-streamed worship service on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc0a2eTaxmw You can join in the liturgy and hymns with the documents below: As we continue looking at some of the Songs of the Season in Advent, we turn to the first baby born in the Christmas narrative, a few months before the stable sceneContinue reading “Second Sunday in Advent”

First Sunday in Advent

November 29, 2020 Happy New Year! Join our virtual worship, live-streamed on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo1t6BFXtBQ&t=2308s The bulletin and hymn sheet are available here: As we begin a new liturgical year on the church calendar, we find ourselves once again in Advent. I know that many folks are feeling the weight of the season ofContinue reading “First Sunday in Advent”

Christ the King Sunday

Nov. 22, 2020 Join us for Virtual Worship, live-streamed on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sB8xubpKfMc&t=1s An order of worship and hymn sheet are available here: Today is Christ the King Sunday, the last week of the liturgical year. What began in Advent, waiting with the prophets for a Savior, ends in a joyous celebration of theContinue reading “Christ the King Sunday”

Reflections – 11.15.2020

Each week, we post reflection questions from Sunday’s sermon text for those who would like to go deeper in their study of the Word. You can find the worship service for this Sunday on our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYTINJvMDfA Nov. 15, 2020 This week is the last Sunday of Ordinary Time on the Church calendar. NextContinue reading “Reflections – 11.15.2020”

Reflection Questions – 11.08.2020

Each week, we post reflection questions from Sunday’s sermon text for those who would like to go deeper in their study of the Word. You can find the worship service for this Sunday on our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ide4bO25j1w. Nov. 8, 2020 Every November on the liturgical calendar, we begin with All Saints Day (which weContinue reading “Reflection Questions – 11.08.2020”

All Saints Day

Nov. 1, 2020 Today is All Saints’ Day! Presbyterians don’t venerate saints the way our Catholic and Orthodox friends do, but we do believe in the “communion of the saints” which we proclaim each week in the Apostle’s Creed. This is the “great cloud of witnesses” (Hebrews 12:1), the faithful from every age, and thisContinue reading “All Saints Day”