is responsible for the worship life of the church – the central act of the church from which its ministries flow. The committee will receive themes/plans
for upcoming liturgical seasons as envisioned by the small groups and will be responsible for the implementation of those plans.

    What happens when 15 loving, creative, skilled people
    take pieces of green fabric donated by the congregation?
    What you see in the picture to the left is what happens!





Thanks to the following:
Sacred stitchers, cutters and ironers:
Inspiration and advice from Kathy Doerr...
Barbara Bennet, Laurann Cacioppo, Sharon Eaton, Sharon Ehrhardt, Sandra Farnum, Lorene Gilman, Alice Groome, Charlotte Jensen, Judy Kohatsu,
Dianna Lease, Karin Nurnberger, Ann Seel, DonnaLynn Warren, Lee Whitton

 The Sacrament of Holy Communion

We currently celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month and other designated times.  It is our practice to invite all people who desire to participate to receive and share the sacrament of communion.  No one is denied a place at Christ’s table.
Each time we gather around the table of communion we remind each other that “this table” does not belong to us or the church.  The table belongs to Christ who spoke and lived the unconditional grace of God. Just as Jesus gathered with people to eat and drink, all the while speaking love, offering wisdom for healing, exalting the outcast and suffering, Jesus gathers with us, all of us, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation/identity, or physical/mental ability.  Whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on the journey of faith you are welcome here as you are.
At the table of communion we are formed into the Body of Christ, called to live forgiveness, justice and love.  Come for all is ready.