Reflection on the Easter Sunrise Service

On Easter Sunday morning, 250+ people huddled together on the beach in the dark to usher in the light of the Risen Christ just as the sun broke over the ocean. It was a beautifully primal time together, where we sung hymns, broke bread, and shared the cup in a circle...

Emergency Food Closet

When the office doors opens at 9 am and there are several people lined up for the food pantry, they have Jenny Speers and the Meals with Meaning crew to thank for ensuring the cabinet is stocked full of canned goods, meal options and snacks. The pantry easily serves...

Preparing for Holy Week & Easter

Over the past few weeks your Clergy, Office Staff, and Office Angels have been working very hard in preparing for Holy Week and Easter. This began with the planning of fourteen Services between Palm Sunday and 6:00PM Easter evening.  While the planning was going on we...

Virginia, Venezuela and the Great Orchestrator

Our beloved member Virginia Harrold was in her garden at home when her neighbor came over and asked, “so how was church this week?” Since Virginia never tires of talking about church, she went on to tell her and ended with mentioning our Baby Formula...

Godly Play story of The Faces of Easter

This Sunday we will be sharing the Godly Play story of The Faces of Easter during our Rise and Shine service. This story is so important because it shows us Jesus’ full path from birth, through his ministry, to his death and resurrection. Too often in the life...

Unity in Diversity is our Gift and Strength

Aglicanism was born out of the intense and lethal Catholic and Protestant conflicts in the 16th Century. The Church of England with its Via Media – Latin for “Middle Way”- established a way of following Jesus that married the sacramental Catholic...