This Sunday will begin with Randolf and Liz teaching “Letting Go with St. Francis” at 10:00am in the Vestry. At 11:00am, we’ll gather for worship. Our reading is the parable of the vineyard workers (Matthew 20:1-16). The first Sunday of the month, we’ll collect non-perishable food for the local pantry as well as cash donations […]
This Sunday, the first in Lent, we study Jesus’ teaching on forgiveness as found in Matthew 18:15-35. The pastor’s sermon is titled “And the Oscar goes to…” During this season we will celebrate communion every Sunday as we prepare for the great feast of Maundy Thursday and the dramatic events of Holy Week. This will […]
There will be an Ash Wednesday service on February 18th at 7pm in the Sanctuary.
[Note: Worship for this Sunday morning is tentatively canceled due to anticipated dangerous driving conditions related to an anticipated overnight blizzard. If conditions improve dramatically, an early morning email and Facebook post will announce worship for those who are able to make it.] This Sunday we come to the Transfiguration (Matthew 16:24-17:8). The pastor’s sermon […]
While our church Facebook page was targeted by cyber-bullies from other states and regions, the amount of local push back about our “Black Lives Matter” banner has been minimal. However, we have not been as effective as we would like in this prophetic witness. To assist members and friends who might be asked about the […]
This Sunday we continue our readings from the Gospel traditionally attributed to Matthew. This week we hear about the Feeding of the Five Thousand and Walking on Water. The pastor’s sermon is titled “Toward Jesus.” After church, Covenant Members will gather for our Annual Meeting. The Moderator and Pastor will each deliver a State of […]
This Sunday we continue our journey through the Gospel attributed to Matthew. Our reading, from the 6th Chapter, includes the Lord’s Prayer. The pastor’s sermon is titled “Pitching Yeast.” We will celebrate communion, collect for the Deacons’ Fund, used to provide confidential assistance to members of our covenant community, and collect non-perishable food for the […]
This Sunday we will worship in our Fellowship Hall to make room for the newest addition to the Victorian Tea fundraiser, the sold-our Children’s Tea. Our worship, at our regular time of 11:00am, will focus on the Sermon on the Mount from Matthew. The pastor’s sermon is titled “Reversal.”
This Sunday, the narrative lectionary continues in the Gospel traditionally attributed to Matthew with the story of the Temptation of Christ. The pastor’s sermon is titled “Chapter and Verse.” We’ll also remember the hard work of Rev. King and the countless others who have participated in the non-violent struggle for equality for all Americans.
While it is true that many strands of Protestant Christianity came together to create the rainbow tapestry that is today’s United Church of Christ, the first of these strands, and the one that gives shape to our own church history, is the Congregational tradition of New England. Those brave souls were seeking religious freedom, but […]
On Christmas Eve, December 24th, there will be two services: 5:00pm Family Service with Brown Bag Pageant – Join us for our unrehearsed audience-participation pageant as well as traditional candlelight and carols. 11:00pm Lessons and Carols Service – A very traditional service lead by the choir. We will collect for the Christmas Fund for the […]
This final Sunday of Advent we turn to Matthew’s version of the Annunciation, where the angel appears to Joseph. We will light a candle for love, and watch a video teaching by William Paul Young, author of the bestselling novel “The Shack.” Please join us at 11:00 as we worship our Amazing God!
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