April’s 2017 Worship Theme is “Inter-Dependent Web of Existence”

April 2 – “Ripples” – Every moment matters. Even the ones you thought you were alone for. Especially the ones you thought you were alone for.  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Cheryl Parsons.

April 9 – “An Invisible Life” – Is it possible to not matter?  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Julie Ham.

April 16 – “Resurrect, Not Restore” – We will come back. We have before and we will again. We will come back. But can it ever be the same? Would we want it to be?  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Michele Burton.

April 23 – “Leaps of Faith and Taking Risks” – Taking risks usually involves a little faith.  Why do we take risks and how do they affect our lives?  Rachel Teates is service leader with worship associate Gisela Roethke.

April 30 – “The Web” – Pull one string, pull them all.  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Michele Burton.

MARCH Worship Services

March Worship Theme is “World Community”

March 5  “Finding Our Gifts”  We are all born with gifts and responsibilities. How do our responsibilities call us to use our gifts? How do our gifts call us to responsibilities?  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Dick Poland.

March 12  “Seeking Balance” – The Spring Equinox (March 20) is a time of balance between hours of daylight and night. In this time of challenging news, many people report increasing disequilibrium or feeling unbalanced. We’ll explore some ways to celebrate the equinox and to invite more balance into our lives.   Dot Everhart preaching with worship associate Michele Burton.

March 19  “Finding Treasure” –  Join us as we go on a treasure hunt. Will we follow the clues? Does X mark the spot?  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching.

March 26  “A Different Life” – Imagine a different life. Different food, different customs, different family, different everything. Would you want it? Would you be different if you had it?  Rev. Aija Simpson preaching with worship associate Gisela Roethke.