In June we are asking for canned corn. This is among our most popular items and often not available at our “grocery store” — Feeding Westchester.
When the Deacons suggest an... (More...)
On May 19, 2019, a Congregational Meeting was held to provide an update on our Capital Campaign, including our solar project. The Capital Campaign Project Management Team (Katharine... (More...)
Hello Sunday School Families!
Between Mothers’ Day, Fathers’ Day, and Children’s Sunday coming up, we are thinking a lot about our theme of “We Are All Part of God’s Family”!... (More...)
Now that Spring is here, treat yourself to a quiet, meditative walk around the labyrinth. While you’re out there, fill out a prayer flag. Thanks to Christie Herman, you’ll find... (More...)
The Director of Music Ministry search committee is overjoyed to introduce you to our new Director of Music Ministry, Garrett Artman. After a search that began in October, and received... (More...)
In this month’s edition of Deacon’s Corner, we’ll continue to answer the question “what do the Deacons do?”
An excellent example of Deacons in action is our Visitation Team.... (More...)
At the end of April, I went on retreat with some clergywomen friends in Washington state. We stayed in a lovely house with a wraparound porch that was perched high on a cliff with magnificent... (More...)
Scripture readings: John 13:31-35, Acts 11:1-18
Sermon by Chip Low: Getting Out of God’s Way
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Two new books in the Church Library examine the urgent topic of gun violence. Common Ground; Talking About Gun Violence in America (261.8 G) by pastor Donald V. Gaffney, takes a Biblical... (More...)
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