Entries by Teresa

Winter GROUP Sundays

Sign up for a Group here. Last fall, we felt that it was time to try something different. Not for the sake of being different, but because we wondered if the way in which we gathered needed to shift given all that has happened in the world and in our lives the last few years. […]

CREATE 2023!!!

Join us June 20-22 from 6:30-8:30 pm for 3 nights of creativity and fun! Thursday night will end with an Open House for parents and friends to see what the kids have been up to all week, as well as an opportunity to join in the creative fun! CREATE is an art camp for kids […]

Sundays this Fall

It is an enormous understatement to say that a lot has changed in the last few years. There is not an area of our culture (including religion and the Church) that is not in turmoil or undergoing a significant shift.  With so much upheaval, it is understandable that we might want to try and keep […]

Save the date for CREATE 2023!!!!

Join us June 20-22 from 6:30-8:30 pm for 3 nights of creativity and fun! Thursday night will end with an Open House for parents and friends to see what the kids have been up to all week, as well as an opportunity to join in the creative fun! CREATE is an art camp for kids […]

This is My Story – Freng’s (8.9.20)

Listen as we tell the story of one family’s trip to Uganda. In that trip, they learned more about themselves and more about the women who live there. They noticed what God is doing in Uganda, and in their own lives here at home. This is their story.

Liminal – Stories of the In-Between (week 2)

This pandemic has put us in a liminal space — a time in which we’re in between what was and what will be. Liminal spaces are tough to navigate and full of uncertainty; and yet they are also spaces of potential transformation. This week we continue to see how the biblical story of the Exodus […]

The Gospel of Mark (Ch. 2)

If we’re honest, we often work hard to maintain the status quo. And yet, when we look at Jesus of Nazareth, he seems to be disrupting the status quo. Regularly. What might that mean for our lives? We consider Mark 2 and that question together.