Ten years ago, our historic church building began to collapse and we had to move out and tear it down. For a decade, we have been experimenting with what it means to be church, literally “thinking outside the box.”
This fall, we came home, returning to our original location, but in a new way. Now we are tucked into the base of an apartment building, creating community from the inside out.
We moved home this year and we invite you to find home with us, a home where:
- you are welcomed and cherished
- you are loved and respected
- you are challenged to grow and invited to flourish
Our worship and program for this year, Inside Out, is imaged with a simple cup. The ordinariness of the cup reminds us that personal transformation happens in the common crevices of each day. A cup is a container for holding something. Whatever it holds is eventually emptied out to make room for the new. Our spiritual journey is like that—a constant process of emptying and filling, of giving and leaving, of accepting and letting go. We can be containers of God’s presence...vessels of loving energy poured out.