A multi-platform service led by CLM Lori Mirkin-McGee and Worship Associate Elaine Bowen.
Can you fall in love with a church, or more accurately, a congregation? Are you in love with our beloved church community? This service will explore the way our relationship with our church is like any other relationship with the ebbs and flows of love, frustration, pride, hope, and joy. Let’s fall in love with our church (again)!
A multi-platform service led by CLM Lori Mirkin-McGee.
This service explores how service to our beloved community can become a spiritual practice. We will have several members of our church speaking about the ways they serve. If you’ve ever wondered about service or wanted to know more, this service is for you! Please plan to stay after the service for a social hour ministries fair!
This service will be held in Hobbs Hall. Please plan to stay after the service to mingle and learn about opportunities for engagement that match your interests and talents.
A multi-platform service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Heidi Emhoff Wood.
In worship earlier this month, we were invited to reflect on our gifts and passions. These things we care deeply about are part of who we truly are at our very core, the center of our being. How do we know who we are? As we reflect on the January Soul Matters theme of “Finding Our Center”, we will use the metaphor of the labyrinth as a way to understand the journey to our center.
A multiplatform service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and DRE Colleen Thoele.
In 1957, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., said to an audience in Montgomery, Alabama, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” We will gather as a community of all ages to honor the memory of Dr. King, to learn about the justice work our children and youth have chosen for this year, and to reflect on how we are all called to answer this question.
A multiplatform service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Randy Bish.
Hymn #1028 says: “When our hunger and our passion meet to call us on our way…” Every one of us has things that we are passionate about, a flame that burns within, that calls us to respond to the needs of the world. As a congregation, we will reflect together on our individual gifts, talents, skills, and passions, and how we can share these things with others, with our congregation, and our world.