We hope you will join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM. Most Sundays, children and adults begin in worship together, and then children and youth leave to participate in our religious education program. Of course, children are always welcome to stay with their parents in church.
Our worship follows a familiar Protestant format, with hymns and other music, readings and or/stories, time for prayer and meditation, and a sermon, usually given by our minister. Guest preachers and lay members of our congregation also occasionally lead the service.
In our congregation you are as likely to hear a reading from contemporary poetry as from the Bible. Our liturgical calendar reflects our roots in the Protestant tradition, but is not constrained by it. We are open to the wisdom from a variety of traditions. As the Sufi mystic Jalal al-Din Rumi said, “There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.”
We strive to create a space in worship for where you can encounter the sacred and connect more deeply with others. Good worship nourishes your spirit and inspires you to lead a good and generous life. That’s what we try to offer every Sunday, and we hope you will join us!
You’ll find parking spaces in front of the church building on Kenoza Avenue, or you can park in our lot, which is located diagonally across the street from the church building at the rear entrance on Ashland Street. Our rear entrance on Ashland Street is wheelchair accessible, and there are two designated parking spaces by the rear entrance.