We set aside the Sabbath day for the purpose of holy rest, sacred connection, and life-giving worship. Read more about our approach to Sabbath.
Sabbath with Us
The day is shaped by freedom. We encourage you to set time aside for three unique movements: PRELUDE, communal GATHERING, and CIRCLES. All of these are times of holy rest and worship.
We encourage you this week to participate in our Community Lenten Devotional.
Begin your day with a quiet, reflective time with God at the place and time of your choosing. This material is intended for personal meditation. You may want to be in a quiet place and light your own personal candle, but you may also just be sitting in your car waiting for an appointment. Where you are is not the point. The point is that you are taking the time to be quiet and listen so that you may walk through your day in communion with God.
Prelude Option 2: Lent Reflective Readings
Prelude Option 3: Prayer for the Dying
We will meet at 11am (Eastern) on Livestream. This is our time to come together as a congregation and worship as one. We love to see guests and old friends drop in, so please say hello using the chat feature! This week we will light a candle together at the end of the service, as we traditionally do for Transfiguration Sunday.
Join us on Livestream at 11am (Eastern)
Scripture Passage: Luke 10:25-42
Connect and experience spiritual growth in meaningful conversation and biblical study with a small group of people in a Tab Circle. This week we’ll study Luke 7:1-17 together. To sign up for a Circle or learn more, click here.
Circles Option 1: Bible Study Curriculum
Circles Option 2: QuickGuide & Discussion
Circles Option 3: Intergenerational Activities
There are many ways to connect with us, on Sundays and beyond! You can find more information about our Sunday School classes, Bible Study groups, prayer gatherings, and discipleship series on our online calendar.
Parents can contact Jerusha to receive interactive materials like coloring pages and sticker sheets to use during Worship!