September 2017 Worship Services
September Worship Theme is “Introduction to Sources”
September 3 – “Prayer” Rev. Aija Simpson concludes our series on “Words that Unite/Words that Divide” with worship associate Cheryl Parsons.
September 10 – “Ingathering – There’s a Reason Why We’re Singing.” Rev. Aija Simpson preaching at this multi-gen service with worship associate Rachel Teates. As we celebrate our annual water ceremony we ask: what is our song? And how do we learn to sing together?
September 17 – “What Do You Mean, Sources?” Rev. Aija preaches with worship associate Julie Ham. The Living Tradition we share draws from many sources” Those are the words printed directly under the seven principles in our hymnals. We all know about the principles, but how did those sources get there?
September 24 – “The Man at the Tiller” Our music program is the envy of congregations twice our size, and music consistently appears near the top of “appreciative inquiry” surveys of our congregation. What is it about music that makes it such an important part of our worship life and our community? How can our music program support us through our upcoming capital campaign and beyond? Music director David M. Glasgow preaches, and the choir sings.