Links to our Worship Services:
It is important in our understanding of racism to hear from our brothers and sisters of color. Please, please take the time to listen to UCC pastor, The Rev. Otis Moss’s sermon from Sunday. There is much work to be done for ‘someday’ to be sooner rather than later.
Join our Justice Ministry group to be inspired to action. Contact Meredith Onion for more information or email Jeannette Lloyd to be added to the group.
It is a double celebration, as we honor our 2020 graduates with Mike Tilden’s traditional baccalaureate address, and join with Christians throughout the world to rejoice in the gift of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost Day.
Even as we lift up these joys, we also offer heartbroken prayers for an end to racism, injustice, and violence in our nation. Join us as we worship God together in wonder and in faith.
Click below for our May 31 Sunday School lesson:
Please click below for our May 24 Sunday worship service. The Rev. Dr. John Rodgers is our guest preacher, Plymouth Fellowship Youth Group invites us to contribute to an all-church food drive, and Marty Kalas presents a saxophone solo for the offertory — all this and so much more in yet another beautiful worship service.
The gathering may be virtual but the worship is real!
Click below for our May 24 Sunday School lesson:
Please click below for our May 17 Sunday worship service:
Click the following link for our May 17 Sunday School lesson:
Please click below for our May 10 Sunday worship service:
Click the following link for our May 10 Sunday School lesson, which will become available Saturday at 5pm: https://youtu.be/57zRSe7Rg0w
Click below for the latest Vespers, an Evening Worship Service:
Click below for our May 3 worship service premiering Saturday, May 2 at 5pm:
Please click below for our May 3 Sunday School lesson:
Please click below for our April 26 Sunday worship service:
Please click below for our April 26 Sunday School lesson:
Vespers — For Evening Viewing:
Rich has created an end-of-day moment for reflection. Click below for our 4th Vespers service in hopes that it brings you some hope and calm at the end of a busy and challenging day:
Please join us on Sunday, April 19 at 9:30am for a shared Sunday worship experience:
Please click below for our April 19 Sunday School lesson:
For a shared Easter Sunday worship experience, please gather and begin playing the following pre-recorded Worship Service at 9:30am on Easter Sunday:
For our Easter Sunday school:
Links for GOOD FRIDAY 4/10:
– Click here for the Good Friday 4/10 Family Home Liturgy
– Praying the Stations of the Cross
– Stations of the Cross: Artwork Presentation
– PODCAST: Stations of the Cross
For Maundy Thursday:
– Click here for the Maundy Thursday 4/9 Family Home Liturgy
– A recording of our Maundy Thursday service will be posted here later in the week. Please revisit this page on Maundy Thursday to view it.
April 6: Vespers service — for evening viewing
April 5: Palm Sunday Worship Service
For a shared worship experience, please gather and begin playing the following pre-recorded Worship Service at 9:30am on Sunday. Rich preaches, the Alleluia and Harmony Choirs sing, the Plymouth Fellowship Youth Group Presidents offer reflections, and Communion is celebrated (so prepare your elements to partake at home). (Click HERE for our Sunday School class on Palm Sunday.)
– CLICK HERE to make an offering.
April 1: Vespers service — for evening viewing:
MARCH 29: For a shared worship experience, please gather and begin playing this pre-recorded Worship Service at 9:30am on Sunday:
Bring some bread and juice, as we commune together. We are sheltered in place — but we remain always and ever sheltered in God.
– To see a recording of Sunday School with Ms. Hope, please click the following link: https://youtu.be/XmXMzCJ-R6c
Vespers service — for evening viewing:
It has been wonderful to worship together virtually on Sundays, but I thought it might be meaningful and helpful for your household to have an end-of-day moment for reflection as well. So, the image below leads to a brief (about 6 minutes) Vespers service. It includes some Scripture, prayers and the reading of an evening hymn. I hope it brings you some hope and calm at the end of a busy and challenging day. — Rich