Easter Sunday…And Beyond
On April 4 we will celebrated Easter, the day of Jesus’ resurrection, the most important day of our year. In life, Jesus reflected and shared God’s love through acts of healing, mercy and compassion, especially for those at the margins of society. In his death, Jesus stood against the worst examples of injustice to demonstrate that love is stronger than hate. On Easter, we remember the ultimate victory of God’s love for each of us. We commemorate Jesus’ deep love for humanity as we share the story of God’s raising of Jesus from the tomb. This gift of new life is extended to all of us; and we claim that gift as we place our trust in Jesus’ work of self-giving love. We are a community of faith that is shaped by our experience of God’s love and presence and we commit our lives to reflecting this hope as, together, we build a community that embodies Jesus’ love and ministry.
We warmly invite you to share in our online worship in the Sundays following Easter, streamed live at 9:30 am (Pacific Time). Come share the joy of how love has already won.
Loving our community in the time of COVID 19
When asked what the greatest commandment is, Jesus encouraged people to love God and to love neighbor as themselves. This call is meant to transform how we see ourself and the community around us. Jesus is reminding us that a core part of our relationship with God is woven into how we care for the community. It is because of our deep love for the communities in which we live that we are following the guidelines of public health officials by social distancing and not meeting in groups. We will follow these guidelines until the restrictions are lifted.
During this time of restriction the pastor and staff of the church will continue to do their vital ministries of holding together our life-giving community relationships. They will be the clearing house for information, put ministry resources online and provide connection and support for people who are feeling the weight of isolation.
Live Streaming Worship
Thanks to the hard work of a committed worship and tech team, we have the ability to live stream Sunday worship through our YouTube Channel. Click here for the link. The feed will come online shortly after 9 am and continue through the end of worship. This stream works well on any device you have available from computer browsers to mobile devices to smart TVs. As you bring up the channel, there will be a link for the live feed. In addition, you will be able to access previous worship services.
On our Digital Media page you will find a range of different content to spiritually nourish you in your daily life.
Welcome to our new look website. Thanks to the people at Aboundant.com, our new web host we are able provide an easier to navigate site with more content options to share with our church family and community. The site will provide all the useful information the old...