During this season of social distancing our church has moved to full online engagement. Below are ways you can connect to our church community and broader family of faith to grow and learn.
Learning and Leading
Online Opportunities for Connecting with One Another
Weekly Fellowship Time
Join us on Sunday mornings via Zoom at 9:30am for a time of fellowship and checking with one another.
Virtual Coffee with Jay
On Monday mornings and Wednesday afternoons you can sign up for one on one conversations with Jay. This is a chance to connect and catch up with one another. The conversation can be casual or series, whatever you need! So grab your favorite drink and let's catch up on Zoom or the phone!
If you would like a social distant front yard visit with Pastor Jay, please contact him at to set up a time!
Each month we have two days for children's activity time. During this time we have been meeting via Zoom to read a story together or to spend some coloring together and sharing favorite toys!
Join us for our scheduled time in June as we continue to participate in activities to stay connected!
Kid's Activity Time
Wednesday - August 5 at 11:30am
Wednesday June 19 at 11:30am
Online Small Group
Small Group Study - Journey Through the Psalms/An Altar in the World:
Each Tuesday we have a lunch time online small group study from 12:15-1:00pm. We will be taking a break in the month of August but will return on September 1
Sept 1 - 15: Making Sense of the Cross by David Lose. A book exploring different theories of atonement
September 22 - Oct 20: The Only Necessary Thing: Living a Prayerful Life by Henri Nouwen
Make Your Own Protestant
Prayer beads can be a great way to deepen our prayer life. It can be a meditative and prayerful exercise to create them, to hold them and to pray with them in your hands. Each bead can be a different prayer or reminder that we are loved by a God who has invited us into communion and conversation.
You can make your own prayer beads, buy a set, and buy a devotional guide to help praying with beads. You can find all of this information at Prayer Works Studio which is lead by two United Methodists.