October 29, 2020

Holidays are usually all about big energy--big family gatherings--big community events—big worship experiences. Even the food is big; when else do you buy a 28 pound birdzilla?

But this year, this pandemic season, we’re being asked to keep things small—small gatherings—small events—even smaller food.  Small doesn’t have to mean less, though. In this season, ‘small’ can be beautiful.  This Sunday’s worship service looks at the confounding chaos of the big energies we’ve been living through in 2020 and asks us to pay attention to the small ways in which we can be faithful, be grateful and know God.  Please join us for worship online this Sunday at 10 a.m.  You can always “catch up” on our offerings at our YouTube channel


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November 19, 2020

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