Summer is a season of learning and a good time to come to church. Our readings track through books of the Bible in a sequential way, and summer is a good time to learn about our prayers and ceremonies. Most importantly, any time is a good time to learn more about Jesus, who came to live and die to save us from our sins. This is the greatest story ever told, and we look forward to sharing it with you. Our liturgy starts officially at 10:00 am on Sundays, though we start singing hymns about 10 minutes earlier. All are welcome.
Many of the summer sermons will explore Luke’s Gospel as it appears in our assigned (lectionary) readings:
Blessings for the summer, wherever your travels take you!