Remote Worship Resources

Our worship life and the way we gather with small and large groups will continue to be altered as we respect physical and social-distancing at this time. However, there are still ways in which we can be in relationship with one another (e.g. phones, email, personal  notes and letters with first-class postage stamps, the church’s website and Facebook page, Facebook Live, Google Hangouts, Zoom, freeconferencecall.com, blogs, Instagram, live-streaming, and the use of other electronic tools available through most home computers).

Please plan to join us virtually each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. to worship with us!

Sunday, March 29

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Sunday, March 22

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Sunday, March 15

Sermon: Living Water
It’s a story of great significance.
 It’s significant that the conversation ever happened. The barriers were widely known among most people.  Notably, Jesus was a Jew and the woman was a Samaritan. Between Samaritans and Jews there was a wall of separation no less than what in our time physically separates the Israelis from the Palestinians. Read more.

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