Schedule Worship at 10:00 am Each Sunday Adult Sunday School will meet in person at 9:00AM in the basement Fellowship Time after worship in Fellowship Hall (with food) Church Office Hours
Tuesday-Friday 10am - 3pm
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Family Ministries News
FAITH FORMATION TEAM: Our Family Ministries Developer, Brooklyn McBride, is looking for volunteers interested in joining a brand-new Faith Formation Team. This team will work together to help build structures and programs for our children, youth, and family ministries. If you are interested, please send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children's Church All kids are welcome to join us for in-person Children's Church during the service. This month, Family Ministries Developer Brooklyn McBride and her husband Mike are offering fun, hands-on activities that help us discover God in everyday life.
Nursery Closure Update Good news! We have almost completed the work on the nursery. The nursery is scheduled to reopen on August 1. Until then we welcome all children to join us in worship.
The Chancel Choir will begin next week rehearsing in-person on Monday nights at 5:30pm in July! Come and give it a try! Email Megan Mellenthien, Music Director, if you have questions or would like to attend. The choir is NOT yet performing live in worship, per CDC recommendations, but will do group recordings!
Mountain Sky Annual Conference
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Ladies Bible Study This summer the Afternoon Ladies Bible Study will be meeting at Windsor West Park (MAP) each Tuesday at 12:30PM. Please bring a chair, some water, and your Bible to study the Book of Romans in nature.
Celebrate Good Times Happy Birthday to Ian Campbell (7/22) and Ali Hillman (7/25).
Prayer Requests Richard Vogels (Covid), Vera C. (chemo), the Klema's friend Leann Wyatt (cancer), those recovering from illness or grief, and our homebound members Ann Guy, Eileen Foster, Judy Chamberlin, Bud Hillis, Bob Kenney, and Don Trettenero.