Ministry is meeting the needs of others though service. Our congregation practices shared ministry. That is, we share this responsibility with our called minister. Together, we minister to one another in our congregation, in the local community, and the larger world.
Our services may be led by our minister, a visiting minister, or a lay member or guest of the congregation. Service topics are announced in our monthly newsletter, The Chalice Flame. Come dressed as you’re comfortable; you will find people dressed in both business casual and casual clothes. Please see our Children’s Religious Education page regarding how our children participate in services.
Sharing Joys and Sorrows
Photo by Brad Bolton
Each Sunday we set aside the opportunity for members to voice their joys and sorrows. If you need support from a member of our Helping Hands Network or Pastoral Associate Listening Team, please put your information in our Joys and Sorrows book available before and after services or approach a member of either team.
The Helping Hands Network is a practical resource to help provide for basic, temporary needs, such as making and delivering meals, transportation, and emergency childcare.
The PAL Team is designed to offer support by providing a listening ministry of presence to members and friends in need.
Our minister works closely with our lay pastoral care leaders because she believes that ministry is something we do together. Along with them she also provides pastoral care to the congregation.