We will honor the most important woman in our lives, the one who brought us into the world and/or reared us as children and youth. Notice: We opted to postpone the membership anniversary celebrations until the fall.
This is a worship service centered on music. There will be few readings and no sermon. Often, the Music Director explains the history of individual hymns. The choir may be part of the service. A music service may feature Taizé, a form of deeply meditative singing or it may consist of the congregation’s favorite hymns. Sometimes, the congregation will sing in the Shape Note tradition.
The Sunday Services Committee invites members and friends to submit poems, readings, or other materials that have sustained then through the Covid-19 pandemic. Service leader, Maggie Locatelli, will share those experiences during the service as a way of reminding us all that we are in … read more.
This is our annual Christmas Eve celebration of readings and Christmas carols. We’ll get you good and ready to welcome St. Nick for sure! Catherine Massey and friends will provide some wonderful music.
This morning we welcome back Shape Note Singers for our annual summer service with them. This group practices regularly at our church and includes members from our congregation and other singers as well. Shape note notation has been used in the U.S. for the past … read more.
This service typically represents Jesus’ last meal with his disciples. He also performed a foot-washing ritual, which is still performed in some traditions.