Worship

from Old English weorthscipe: "acknowledgment of worth"

We worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Our building is wheelchair accessible, and our services are American Sign Language interpreted. Our Sanctuary is equipped with a Hearing Loop System for use with hearing aids or headsets available at church. Please contact us if you have any questions or need an accommodation, such as advance copy of Sunday texts, to participate more fully in worship with us.

A movement practice (such as Nia or Tai Chi) begins in the Sanctuary at 10:15 a.m. A worship leader will invite you onto the platform to move mindfully to recorded music; those who wish to sit and move or watch quietly may do so.  

       

 

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Religious Education for children and youth is offered most Sundays during worship.

February's theological theme is love.
February's Second-Sunday Plate Collection is for the Tri-County Office on Aging.

February 26: Love in Action with Rev. Kathryn A. Bert and music by the Folk Band
Newcomers are invited to "Meet the Minister" in the Marion Vaughn Parlor after worship.

March's theological theme is brokenness.
March's Second-Sunday Plate Collection is for the Capital Area Housing Partnership.

March 5: The Fragility of Words with Rev. Kathryn A. Bert and music by Winalee Zeeb
Newcomers are invited to "Meet the Minister" in the Marion Vaughn Parlor after worship.

March 12: Nature Deficit Disorder with Lise Schools and music by the Women's Chorus 

March 19: Rev. Kathryn A. Bert and music by the Chalice Choir
Newcomers are invited to "Meet the Minister" in the Marion Vaughn Parlor after worship.

March 26: High School Youth service for all ages

 April's theological theme is transformation.

April 2: Rev. Kathryn A. Bert and music by the Chalice Choir
April 9: Katusha Galitzine and music by Patti Ruggiero, jazz violinist

April 16: Easter Sunday service for all ages with Rev. Kathryn A. Bert and music by the Chalice Choir

April 23: Rev. Kathryn A. Bert and music by the Jazz Combo

April 30: Rev. Kathryn A. Bert and music by the Folk Band