PARTICIPATE IN CHURCH
We need to be the church now more than ever, called to participate in what Martin Luther called the “mutual consolation of the saints.” We are still the church - and we still need each other. In this age of physical distancing, here are various ways we continue to study God’s Word, support one another, and journey with each other.
Your financial contributions remain important for the staff, agencies and institutions that depend on us to do their ministry amidst already heightened need. Visit our Donate page for more information.
Though worship has limited participants in the building, music is still welcomed. Please contact Pastor Rachel or Stephanie before starting for information about copyright coverage, file type, and where to send your recording.
For our crafty congregants, we invite you to make masks at home. Contact us to learn about where these masks will be used, and how you can participate.
Women's Intergenerational Fellowship: This group meets the first and third Thursdays of the month. Contact Kristine.
Wednesday Bible Study: Continues at 9:30 a.m. each Wednesday. Contact Pastor.
Parent Support & BYOB: This new group meets bi-weekly as a chance for parents to connect. Contact Kristine.
Pub Theology: Now on Zoom on select Thursdays. Contact Pastor.
Music & Meditation: A new worship connection led by Stephanie on Facebook Live Thursdays at 8 p.m.
WHAT ELSE CAN I DO?
Check in with the people you would normally see on Sundays.
Continue to give your gifts of offering so that the staff, agencies and institutions that depend on us can still minister in the midst of already heightened need.
Pray for those on our prayer lists. If you have prayer requests or would like to be part of the "Buddy Ministry" check-in system, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Be merciful to one another
Wash your hands
Wear a mask when leaving home
Stay home when possible to protect the vulnerable, essential workers, those in your household, and yourself.
Have other ideas about how we can minister to our faith community and the world at large right now? Please contact us; we are open to suggestions!