Whether you're out of town, avoiding city traffic, or quarantined at home, 

we believe that it's important to stay connected with a faith community and to have

opportunities for spiritual practice and deep thinking, community building and helping others. Below you'll find a variety of online opportunities to help you practice "being the Church". These offerings will change every few months, so keep an eye out for updates, and email us with any questions!


Live (Virtual) Worship Services - 1st & 3rd Sundays

On first and third Sundays, join us for a live virtual worship service. If you happen to miss the service, we'll often post a short recap of at least the sermon later in the week. 


Video Sermons

In addition to recorded sermons from first and third Sundays, you can find a large archive of previous video messages here


Community Groups

Throughout the month we have a variety of different groups meeting virtually, and on the second Sunday of each month, we meet together in homes (virtually!) instead of in a large worship service. We'd love for you to join us! Send us an email if you're interested.


ACT Sundays

We set aside the fourth Sunday of every month to practice social action. Between education, workshops, and service towards others, we strive to but faith into action. Visit our ACT Sunday page for more info, upcoming events, and how to get involved. 


Lectio Divina Group

Lectio Divina is a contemplative method of reading and praying with the Bible. We hope this group will help us focus on how the Bible can help us navigate this cultural moment, and uplift us with needed hope in this season of upheaval. This group is LGBTQ-led. We celebrate God’s gift of diversity and value the wholeness made possible in community equally shared and shepherded by all. Click here to join!


Weekly Newsletter

Our weekly newsletter is a great place to stay connected with what's happening in our local church community. Click here to sign up! 


Facebook

"Follow" us on Facebook for more ways to stay connected, links and articles about social justice, church, and spirituality, and general social media fun. 



And if you have any questions, just send us an email.