On Sunday, June 17, we celebrated those who “father” us with a sermon by Pastor Jimmy Nih, preceded by Bible trivia with red envelope prizes. Our children joined in a song and our anthem was a beautiful duet by Linda Wilford and Bruce Rosenberg.
What is Jesus’ relation to the Hebrew prophets, especially to the prophet Jeremiah? How does Jesus fit into the long line of Jewish mystics, diviners and sages? or does he? Join us on Sunday, June 3rd as we begin a series on ‘Jesus, the Prophet’ and share in Holy Communion together.
John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, once said, “Bring me a worm that can comprehend a human being, and then I will show you a human being that can comprehend the Triune God!” Join us on Sunday as we celebrate Trinity Sunday – a day to reflect on the ways God works in our lives! We may not be able to fully understand the Triune God, but let’s give it a try!
We will also have a special time to remember our service-men and -women who’ve been lost in war on this Memorial Day Sunday. Join us!
Image: “Creator of Heaven and Earth” by James Janknegt, 2010
This Sunday, May 20th, is a special day in the life of the church! Not only will we be celebrating and honoring our graduates, but it is also Pentecost Sunday, the day the Holy Spirit “gave birth” to the church! Come and celebrate our Kindergarten, High School and College graduates and celebrate the birthday of the church! If you are feeling the Spirit, wear red to celebrate Pentecost!
Image: “Holy Spirit Coming” by He Qi
This Sunday, May 13th, we celebrate our own mothers and all the people who mother us! Our sermon will be based on Luke 24:13 – 35 and offers an example of hospitality and love and how Jesus presents himself when we welcome others. Join us!
John 15: 7 says, “If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask for whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.” What does it mean to “Abide in Christ?” Join us on Sunday as we welcome new members into our church family and examine the image of vine and branches to describe our discipleship.
Our church community commemorates the last week of Jesus’ earthly life with a variety of gatherings and activities, from egg hunts to meditations. All are welcome to remember, to reflect and to celebrate.