even online, we are a

worshiping community

We’re sad we can’t worship in the chapel this year, and even sadder that we’ve had to suspend in-person outdoor worship due to the staggering COVID numbers. But we still gather as we have every Sunday night for the past eight years to worship in community with one another.

Worship starts at 6 p.m. every Sunday.

Online worship

What to expect

What to expect in person

What to expect online

Current Series

this I

January 17 - March 7

This I Believe

Our series this semester is called “This I Believe” in honor of the longstanding essay project of the same name. Within and outside of the Christian faith lies a whole constellation of diverse beliefs. We’ll be welcoming a new guest speaker every Sunday to tell us about one of their core beliefs. All our guests will be from different denominations and religious or spiritual traditions so we can learn about the diversity within and outside the Christian faith.

Note that we will not have worship on March 14 or 21 for Spring Break. March 28 we will observe Palm Sunday, and April 4 we will observe Easter Sunday.

 

how to get involved

Serve as a liturgist

Each week, the liturgist leads parts of worship such as the Call to Presence, lighting the candle, reading scripture, and leading the Community Prayers. All of the parts are already scripted or can be on request. When we meet on Zoom, several of these elements could be pre-recorded if you would like.

Join the band

Do you love making music? We’d love for you to share your gift with us! You can record a video that can be shared in online worship, or you can bring your instrument to in-person worship and join Luke in leading our music. (Unfortunately, singing is online only until the pandemic passes.)