We are a dual-denomination congregation which means that while we are two denominations, we are one congregation. We worship in both Episcopal and Presbyterian styles, but work together to live the Christian life. Please enjoy exploring our site, and if you are looking for a church home, come and visit us on Sunday!Are You New?
Senior high and middle school youth (6–12th Grade) and the adult youth leaders are going together to Mad River Mountain and staying at Marmon Valley Farm. This weekend includes skiing/snowboarding, spiritual retreat time, and lots of fun together! Friends too!
At the women’s retreat, we saw Priscilla Shirer live. We were very impressed with her knowledge, her wit and her ability to relate to women. Join us for this six week video series. You will be amused and enlightened! Ever feel insufficient? Could it be that your weaknesses are the keys that unlock God’s strength? Through a look at the life of Gideon, you can discover that instead of ignoring, neglecting, or trying to escape your weaknesses, you can see them as the gifts, given specifically and strategically by God to unlock the door of God’s strength.
January—China, India and Russia – Emerging Power, Economic Juggernauts
January 11th Speaker: Tom Chung, Ph.D. Topic: Cultural and Economic Background of China’s Recent Rise
Jan. 18 Speaker: Joe Dehner—India
Jan. 25 Speaker: Pete Williams —Russia
A Bible study led by Stephen Caine. The book of Acts is described as the story of the growth of the church and the strange adventures of the early followers of Christ. The book of Acts is a unique book in the New Testament. It is the second volume written by the author of Luke’s gospel, and it shows how the work of Jesus continues in the activities of early Christians. Like the historical narratives in the Old Testament, the book of Acts recounts the story of God’s people.
We will look at the past as well as at our own times. We will study how the church was formed and how we form our church. So, join us Sunday morning’s 9:15-10:00 AM in the Church Library. This class is open to all, young or old, male or female, and Episcopalian or Presbyterian or none.
Our group meets on the second Wednesday of the month at Jan Ring’s home at 7pm. We have a list of books selected and read one book a month. A group of women and men, we enjoy discussing each selection and encourage an engaging conversation to explore the thoughts, feels, and ideas of readers. A different person leads the discussion each month and we have a lot of fun!