Sundays in May

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and as part of our Inclusion Initiative we will be doing a sermon series entitled, “…With All Your Mind: A Conversation on Mental Health.” Caring for our minds is a spiritual practice. And so, throughout the month of May we will be discussing the role mental health plays in our spiritual health and how we can best care for ourselves and others through mental health challenges and crises.

Sunday, May 28th

This Sunday, May 28th, will conclude our sermon series on mental health as we focus on how to help those in need of love and support.  Most of us know and love someone who lives with a mental illness we don’t share. How can our faith support us in supporting them? How can we offer empathy “from the outside,” when we can never fully understand? Rev. Jessica Lowe will help us find answers to these questions in her sermon entitled, “Caring for Our Neighbor.”  The scriptural background will come from Mark 5:1-20. Join us in this healing space as we learn to love the Lord our God with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our strength, and with all our mind.


June 4 – July 9

New Sermon Series Begins Sunday, June 4th



The hymns we sing in church are more than just beautiful music – they help to form our faith and impact our understanding of God. Join us on Sunday, June 4th as we begin a new sermon series entitled, “The Faith We Sing” where we will be looking closely at a few of our familiar hymns and what they can teach us about our relationship with God.