Summer Services





Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend

(May 29 through September 4)

8:00 Godly Play Intergenerational Faith Formation led by Pastor Anne+

Godly Play is a contemplative approach to telling the stories of Jesus and the church, using Montessori teaching methods.

We will tell the stories of the church year, the parables, and the story of The Good Shepherd. All ages encouraged. 


9:00 HE Rite II with organ (one service only)


10:00 Coffee hour and “parlor games”

Coffee and some intentional fun thrown into the coffee hour mix.


Third Sundays at the 10:00 coffee hour 


June 29th: Root Beer Floats and Bad Dad Jokes and birthday celebrations

July 17th: Hymn Sing! and birthday celebrations

August 21st: Hymn Sing II! Same Song, Second Verse, a little bit louder a little bit worse! and birthday celebrations


Summer Book Club  


June: Sleeping with Bread: Holding What Gives You Life,”  Denis Linn,

Sheila Fabricant Linn; Matthew Linn

July: “Praying in Color: Drawing a New Path to God,” Sybil MacBeth

August: “Between Heaven and Mirth: Why Joy, Humor, and Laughter Are at the Heart of the Spiritual Life,” James Martin, SJ


Sundaes on Sunday, September 4 (Vestry Led)

Last Sunday of the summer schedule with ice-cream sundaes following the 10:00 a.m. Say goodbye to summer and hello to September and the return of our regular Sunday schedule, beginning September 11. 



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Meditations (28)

Good and Honest Darkness

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A reflection by Dea Podhajsky “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”…

On Eastern Stars and West Side Stories

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On Eastern Stars and West Side Stories An advent reflection by Dea Podhajsky Advent is my favorite liturgical season. The word advent comes from the…

Rooted and Rising

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an essay by Cathy Haig A while ago, I took a credit course from the ‘Deep Green Faith’ group of the University of the South,…

First vs. Languishing

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a personal opinion reflection by Dea Podhajsky As more people are vaccinated and COVID restrictions are lifted, we are faced with new challenges. The year…

The Currency of Truth

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By Cathy HaigCurrency of truth is what ignites the passion behind the justice work in which the church must engage in order for the church…

and things we believe in

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a reflection by Dea Podhajsky (Reflections are the opinion of the author) Pronouns are one of the eight parts of speech in the English language…

and Promises

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and promises . . . a reflection by Dea Podhajsky (Reflections are the opinions of the authors) I am a Maytag; anyway that was the…
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an essay by Dea Podhajsky The content in Transfiguration Meditations, although meeting community standards, is the opinion of the author. When I was a child…

On Poems and Prayers and Promises

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Reflection on reaching the 340th consecutive day of doing lessons on Duolingo By Dea Podhajsky (essays are the opinions of the authors). I've been lately…
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