We hope this site will give you a glimpse of the ways that God is at work among and through us. Please come and join with us in worship, in service, in fellowship as you seek to grow in your relationship and understanding of God.
As a community centered in Jesus, we seek to grow through continuing the work of Jesus. We understand that work to include spiritual practices and friendships, service and justice, hospitality and invitation. As we continue that work, we fulfill the call to participate in God’s transformation of the world.
Believing that God’s unbounded love and grace, as taught by Jesus, are offered to all and meant to be shared and celebrated by all, we embrace persons of every age, race, sexual orientation, ethnic and religious background, physical and mental ability, and economic means as vital and integral members of God’s family. As an Open and Affirming congregation we welcome everyone to participate in the life and worship of our church.
Who are we?
We are a community of about 300 people: children, youth, parents, singles, couples, and older adults. We seek to care for one another and the world in real, practical ways. We seek to share our understanding of God’s love for every person with those we meet. We work for God’s peace and justice by serving in our local community and around the world. We hope that your experience with us will be one that offers you a sense of what God is doing in our world and how you are invited to become a part of working with God.
We are hiring!
Please join us for worship
From September through May we have Christian Education classes for adults (childcare for children) at 9:30 a.m., followed by a worship service at 11:00am on Sundays. We also have a variety of other activities to participate in throughout the week. During the summer months we meet at 9:30 a.m. for worship and then encourage folks to enjoy the rest of the day in God’s creation.
If you have additional questions or would like to talk more, please email us or call the church office to speak with our pastor, Erin Matteson.
May your day be filled with a sense of God’s peace!