We invite you to worship with us in our sanctuary on Sundays at 10 AM. Our services are also available on Facebook Livestream. You can watch previous services on our Facebook page – no login required. See connection instructions below.
Upcoming sermon topics will be:
- Sunday October 30: Reformation-Gratitude opens Possibility for Change;
- November 6: All Saints’ Sunday- Gratitude for the Legacy of Saints;
- November 13: Stewardship-Fruits of Gratitude;
- November 20: Thanksgiving and Gratitude for Laity.
Masks and social distancing protocols will be observed, and Covid vaccine encouraged; masks are required regardless of vaccination status. There will be no singing or responsive reading. Pre-registration is requested for in-person gatherings as there are space limits – and so we can notify you of any last-minute changes to our plans. (We might need to cancel and worship online via Zoom only due to health issues). PLEASE COMPLETE OUR REGISTRATION FORM.
A brief outdoor “coffee hour” follows each service, featuring pre-packaged foods or beverages; servers will wear a mask and gloves. We will not have multiple people touching the same dispenser/pitcher/carafe. If you are not comfortable staying for Coffee Hour you can take your snack to go ! We respect everyone’s decisions about safety!!
Thank you for your continued faithfulness in sharing Christ wherever you are.
We’re a small, close congregation and shared prayer concerns are an important part of our service as we gather. Send your prayer request to Pastor Michelle Magee.
A pen/pencil CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY is often available.
LOG-IN INSTRUCTIONS: TO JOIN US THROUGH FACEBOOK LIVE (Just click on this link – yes it’s that simple – no log-in or Facebook account needed!)
► When the Live Video appears, click on the red LIVE button.
If you join us on Facebook Live, please leave a Facebook comment, or send Pastor Michelle a text (805-233-5796), OR send Marian an email (email@example.com) for the purpose of attendance record.
“LIVE” through Zoom using a phone for audio only
Pastor Michelle Magee occasionally publishes the text of sermons on her blog.