Over 95 participants enjoyed fresh-flipped pancakes and sausage from Chris Cakes!
Earlier in May, we asked members and the Preschool to paint prayer rocks for the future of this church. It was a fun and meaningful activity for all ages.
The leadership slate for the 2023-2024 year has been approved by the congregation.
You and I share something in common when it comes to technology. No, it’s not our common understanding of the difference between a SDI cable and a XLR cable, a TRS cable, or any cable for that matter.
New event location, many new committee members, new way to bid…same great event! The Annual Celebration Dinner and Auction was held on Friday, June 2, 2023. Over 120 members and guests attended to mingle and bid on over 130 silent auction items and 8 live auction opportunities.
This summer, thousands from across our denomination’s national and international network will gather for our first General Assembly since 2019. This year, our own Rev. Tyler Heston is serving as the Arts Engagement coordinator and is working with five Resident Artists to create immersive and interactive art installations to live in the exhibit hall at General Assembly.
The sun was not shining, but the excitement in the air and the smiles on faces definitely brightened the “Next 100 Groundbreaking” that was held on Sunday, March 26, 2023. Over 150 people of all ages gathered on the east side of the church where the most visible renovations will be taking place.
To help you stay up-to-date and in the know, there is a website available where you can find information about “The Plan”, “Progress” and “FAQs”. You can get to the site HERE.
The Nominating Committee would like to ask you to take a second to think about the people in your church community that you would like working for and representing you. The work of the church is more important than ever, here is a valuable way to be involved!
The report was introduced at the Annual Elder, Deacon, and All Congregation meeting in September and is available for viewing and downloading at this link.
The congregation is invited to attend this evening of enrichment that showcases the previous year and looks forward to the Next 5. Join us at 6:30-8:00 in the Social Hall or via Zoom.
On Sunday, August 21, our congregation celebrated the young members of our congregation by presenting bibles to twelve third graders. A tradition that dates back almost 100 years, the children are encouraged to read, carry, mark in, dog ear and use the bibles until they are worn out from spiritual …
Sun., Sept. 18, 11:00-1:00 Join us for a day of fun at the Block Party on the front lawn. This event is open to the public. Invite a neighbor!
Spring is here and we could all use some outside time so take a look at the native plants available for pre-order! These will arrive in time for spring planting! Restoring native plant habitat is vital to preserving biodiversity. By creating a native plant garden, each patch of habitat becomes part …
The Metro Mission Team is collecting items to include in winter hand packs that agencies hand out to clients. Many of our agencies work with people who find them outside for periods of time — due to employment settings or lack of adequate housing. These hand packs can be a …