We are a congregation that is deep and wide, and we have space enough for you to live, question, and explore your faith. Like our community, our congregation is diverse in race and ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity, age and economic status. Jesus called people into a circle of fellowship — not a hierarchy in which some are valued above others. We strive to find ways to welcome everyone into Christ’s circle and to ensure that all can find a place within it. Choose a section to learn more, or come visit us or get in touch. We hope what you find provokes you to thought and to action, and that you’ll consider nurturing your relationship with God in our worshiping community.
Priesthood of all Believers If you’ve been thinking of following Luther’s advice and becoming a worship assistant, September is a good time to do this. We have a need for assisting ministers, communion ministers, readers, and sacristans, for both the 8:15 and the 10:45 services. Just email Shelley Barnard at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her which role you … More