The word worship comes from the Old English weorthscipe, which means the shape or condition of worth. It is in that spirit, celebrating that which is of worth, that we gather together for worship on Sunday mornings. Our services are filled with both contemplation and celebration, and use words, music, and ritual from around the world. Theists, atheists and agnostics sit, sing, share, and sometimes even dance side by side as we honor our shared search for truth and meaning.
We hold two services every Sunday at 9:15 and at 11:15am. During the summer and around the Christmas holidays, we hold only one service at 10:00am. Our schedule below lets you know about service themes and times.
Following our services, feel free to meet other guests and congregants in our social hour or enjoy a nice brunch.
In Honor, One
May 26, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.
Memorial Day calls us to hold in sacred memory those who've died in our nation's conflicts and to solemnly pledge our support to those who've answered our nation's call to military service. This worship service will include an opportunity for you to voice the name and light a candle for a veteran you'd like to honor.
Worship Leader: Rev. Bill Neely