We believe that all people matter to God, so we joyfully welcome all people into our community – without exception.
Whoever you are and whatever the status of your relationship with God, you will find fellow travelers here.
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What is Lent?
Lent is another form of pilgrimage. It is an interior sacred journey toward Easter. It invites us into a sacred time. The season of Lent is meant to help us become even more the persons of God that we were created to be.
As I wrote in my cover article for the February Bellringer, pilgrims make their journey with a sense of heightened expectation. As we travel the days of Lent beginning with Ash Wednesday, February 18, we have an opportunity to be deliberate and aware…
During Lent contemporary Christians generally intensify their spiritual life, like a retreat in daily life. Many read the Bible more, pray and meditate more, give up something enjoyable, attend a study group, attend more (weekday) services at church, and give more generously to worthy causes.
The church does not use “Alleluia” in worship during Lent, nor do we have flowers on the Altar. There is sparseness and a starkness, to help orient us to what truly matters in life. When Alleluias and flowers return on Easter Sunday their reintroduction gives the Easter Season extra potency.
Enter your Lenten pilgrimage with expectation as you embrace the transforming grace of God.
With love and care for you all, Mo. Paula
Major Fundraiser for Scholarship Outreach
Once again, our major fundraiser is almost here!
Plus an array of speakers, including Kristin Hoffman and Mimi Hong, owner of “I Dream of Succulents” of Riviera Village, who will present “An Introduction to Decorating with Succulents,” on Opening Day, Friday, Feb 27 10:45 am.
View your invitation here. Download it and email a copy to your friends!
How do we pursue the abundant life of which Jesus spoke?
- Love God;
- Love Others;
- Serve the World.
How will we know when we’ve arrived?
We’ll experience “a peace the world can never give.” Read more here…
Worship Days and Times:
Sundays at 8 am
Holy Communion – Chapel
Sundays at 10 am
Holy Communion – Church
Wednesdays at 12:10
Holy Communion – Chapel
4th Tuesdays at 7:00pm
Taizé Service of Healing and Wholeness- Chapel
In addition to infant care, toddler Catechesis and children’s formation, children are always welcome in our worship services.
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