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?
Please join us for the Thanksgiving Eve Service which will be held on Wednesday, November 26th at 5pm. All are welcome!
A New Bible study led by Stephen Caine. Join us this fall for a study of the book of Acts. 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.
You are invited to join us for our next study on The Book of Esther. Not only is it a great story with all the drama and elements that a novel would contain, but it contains great lessons about how we should be living, conducting ourselves on the job, facing opposition, facing success, and looking ahead confidently to the future. Learn about the providence of God, and how He works in the perfect way and timing to accomplish His purposes.
Nov 16. Speaker, Keith Marriott, MEd, Former UC Professor with a zest for life and a love of life long learning. Speak on: “An unexpected expose of the English way of life”
There will be NO Adult Ed Forum Nov. 23 or Nov. 30.
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!