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This Friday!!

Good Friday 4:00-8:00 PM

in the Sanctuary
The journey of Lent culminates in a week that is fraught with events that evoke deep emotions.  From the excitement and enthusiasm of Palm Sunday's parade to the humiliating and horrific public execution of Good Friday, followers are left to wrestle with feelings of fear, confusion, outrage, and despair.
On Good Friday, we will offer an extended opportunity for contemplation, reflection, and prayer.  Stations of Contemplation will provide depictions of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus through writing, visual art, and music.  Come at any point during the 4:00-8:00 time period, for a few minutes or longer, and immerse yourself in the journey that leads to the joy of Easter.

Worship this week!

Worship this week is intergenerational as we celebrate Easter together. Brand new Easter posters are at the coloring table in the back of the sanctuary and activities for the pew are available. The cozy room in the back of the sanctuary is open to all and the nursery will also be staffed for younger children. 

The Easter Bunnies were hard at work on Sunday. Eggs are filled with goodies and ready for the Easter Egg hunt after the service on Sunday. Youth will hide the eggs beginning at 9:30 on Sunday morning. Many thanks to Lysa Burianek for coordinating the Easter Egg hunt!  

Our Sunday Schedule! 

If you missed Sunday's service ...

We post a mostly weekly podcast of our Sunday sermons and scripture. See the player below to download or simply play our last service. 



This week we continue our Lenten "spring training" sermon series on Ephesians 4:25-5:1. One of the widely held virtues is honesty. What could it mean to be truly honest with one another? Children's Worship will be offered this week.




This Sunday we celebrate Seminary Sunday-  A day that lifts up the ministry of planting seeds and the many paths that stem from theological education.  It may surprise you to learn how seminary education has changed over the years and our service will offer a dramatic glimpse into some of the changes that have sprung forth over time. Children's Church will be offered, led by Christina and Tim Edstrom. 




Are you afraid of the dark? Our book this week gave us a different perspective on being light for the world as we see darkness in a new way. The story of Lazlo’s encounter with the dark isn’t the usual “afraid of the dark” story and we used it to play with some different metaphors for light and dark in our spiritual lives. This is the final Sunday in our sermon series “Life Lessons Through Literature.” 


When was the last time you felt like an outsider or were surrounded by people you didn't know? We will explored the Christian value of inclusion and how we are asked to create a community of compassion and refuge for folks who live on the margins.