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Sunday, July 7, 2024

 
SCRIPTURE: 2 Corinthians 12:2-10
        
This third week of the “Open Your Heart” series asks us to consider living with weakness and with strength. It takes an amazing amount of humility to recognize that some of the most important teachings of life are pretty basic and really simple—like faith.
 
Jesus Christ, the crucified Lord, calls us to believe the good news of salvation. 2 Cor. 12:9 His grace is sufficient for us.
 
Let us enter into God’s new realm rejoicing, not in our own strength, but in the power of the Holy Spirit.
 
9:15 am – Friendship Time
9:50 am – Ringing of the Bell
10:00 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
 

Worship GuideMessage

 

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Nancy Everstine, Liturgist


Sunday, June 30, 2024

SCRIPTURE: 2 Corinthians 8: 7-15
            
Where do we turn in times of trial? The psalmist invites us to wait for the Lord, more than those who wait for the morning, for God is faithful and true. In Mark’s Gospel, both the leader of the synagogue and the woman with the issue of blood turn to Jesus for healing.
And since the Christian community is the body of Christ, Paul invites us to turn to one another in our need. When others turn to us, Paul urges us to respond with love and generosity. Giving is an expression of a heart open to grace and to loving God and neighbor.
 
8:30 am – Chapel in the Woods
9:15 am – Friendship Time
9:50 am – Ringing of the Bell
10:00 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Barbara Cook, Liturgist
  • Reena DeBerry, Vocalist


Sunday, June 23, 2024

 
SCRIPTURE:  2 Corinthians 6: 1-13
        
How very good and pleasant it is when sisters and brothers live together in unity!
Inhale the calming presence of God, then exhale the chaos wreaking havoc on your hearts.
As Christ speaks, “Peace! Be still,” feel your spirit relax and release the tempest all around.
 
8:30 am – Chapel in the Woods
9:15 am – Friendship Time
9:50 am – Ringing of the Bell
10:00 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
 

Worship Guide

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Barbara Cook, Liturgist


Sunday, June 16, 2024

SCRIPTURE: Psalm 20
            
Today’s SCHEDULED scriptures invite us to observe the work of our Covenant God—the One who sees the king inside the child David, the greatest of all the shrubs inside the smallest of seeds, and the kingdom of God on earth as it is in heaven. The Gospel reading reminds us that the mystery of growth and transformation unfolds over time. Paul reminds us that death makes way for the birth of God’s new creation for all who live for Christ. OUR FOCUS IS ON PSALM 20: When we experience trouble along the way, the shepherd-boy-turned-king, David, invites us to place our trust in God.
 
8:30 am – Chapel in the Woods
9:15 am – Friendship Time
9:50 am – Ringing of the Bell
10:00 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Edie Candee, Liturgist
  • Austin Morse, Children’s Message


Sunday, June 9, 2024

 
SCRIPTURE: John 10: 1-10, 27-28 
        
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

  • Nancy Everstine, CLS
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Jane Ohlmacher, Guest Organist/Pianist
  • Nancy Janson, Liturgist
  • Donna Benson, Children’s Message


Sunday, June 2, 2024

 

SCRIPTURE: Psalm 139:1-6, 13-18
            
God is full of surprises. The psalmist is surprised to be known so completely and to be so fearfully and wonderfully made. May we continue to be surprised, and may we use this surprise to continue God’s work in the world.
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Barbara Cook, Liturgist
  • Edie Candee, Children’s Message


Sunday, May 26, 2024

Trinity Sunday

 
SCRIPTURE: John 1: 1-5, 14, John 14: 10, 2 Corinthians 3: 17, Matthew 28: 18-20, 2 Corinthian 13: 14
        
Today is Trinity Sunday, a time to celebrate the fullness of God in the persons of the GOD-Father, GOD- Son, and GOD-Holy Spirit. This triune God is the one revealed by Christ when he was lifted up to bring us eternal life. The inner life of God is so holy and awe-inspiring that we are truly born from above when we are brought into communion with the Holy One.
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Edie Candee, Liturgist
  • Tainya Clarke, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir
  • Laural Clark, Handbell Choir Director
  • Saint James Handbell Choir
  • Praise Team


Sunday, May 19, 2024

Transformational Pentecost

 
SCRIPTURE: Matthew 16: 13-20, Acts 2: 1-21, Romans 12; 1-16
          
The Spirit is alive and moves among us as it did in the early church! The end of our series will offer us an opportunity to commit ourselves to some important and concrete goals for our mission in the world. We are a church called to mobilize to alleviate suffering and proclaim resurrection hope through power of the Holy Spirit!
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Donna Benson, Certified Lay Servant
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Mary Anne Espenshade, Liturgist
  • Donna Benson, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, May 12, 2024

Calmed

 
SCRIPTURE:  Matthew 28:16-20, Philippians 4:4-9, Romans 15: 4-7, 13
        
Mental illness is one of the most common, devastating, and yet stigmatized maladies of our time. If this is an “Age of Anxiety,” we must be a church of healers and hope-givers. We will pray for those who deal with various forms of trauma and the consequences of mental illness, those who care for them, and open compassion for our own struggles.
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Nancy Janson, Liturgist
  • Jelinda Blum, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, May 5, 2024

Liberated

 
SCRIPTURE: John 21:9-19, Psalm 146, Exodus 3: 1-15
          
This country is made up of so many who escaped to the “promised land” from oppressive regimes. Throughout history, people have had to flee situations of horror. Even within our country and in our own time, there are those who live with oppression and fear. We seek to widen our understanding of what we must do to continue to work for liberation on so many fronts.
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Barbara Cook, Liturgist
  • Edie Candee, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, April 28, 2024

Healed

 
SCRIPTURE: John 21:1-8, Genesis 32: 24-32, Mark 5: 24-34
        
Illness of mind, body, or spirit can sap us of our life passion and energy. Sometimes illness can change the course of our lives forever, asking us to adapt in ways we never imagined. And while illness is not visited upon anyone by God’s design, sometimes limitations open our eyes to other possibilities. Today we will look for a different perspective on how we deal with any life-altering situation.
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Edie Candee, Liturgist
  • Tainya Clarke, Children’s Message
  • Laural Clark, Handbell Director
  • Saint James Chancel Choir
  • Saint James Handbell Choir


Sunday, April 21, 2024

Found

 
SCRIPTURE:  Luke 24: 36-43, Psalm 84, John 10: 11-18
          
Have we missed seeing the things God is doing now in our lives and in our world? Jesus invites us to live with joy, constantly alert for signs of God’s grace around and within us. God is present and at work. Grace and salvation are here, and are available to us in abundance. There is cause for authentic celebration!
 
Note:  Due to technical difficulties, only the audio is available for this service.  
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Antuan Hairston, Liturgist
  • Austin Morse, Children’s Message
  • Praise Team


Sunday, April 14, 2024

Released

 
SCRIPTURE: John 20:19-23, Psalm 121, Nehemiah 9:9-15
        
In 12-step programs, the first step is admitting powerlessness over anything that threatens to destroy our connection to our Higher Power, to ourselves, and to others. This week, we consider the variety of ways addiction occurs in our lives. We will celebrate the Good News that we can refocus our lives onto things that lead us to life and connection to the Holy.
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Nancy Janson, Liturgist
  • Donna Benson, Children’s Message
  • Chancel Choir


Sunday, April 7, 2024

Freed

 
SCRIPTURE: Luke 24:13-32; Romans 8: 12-25; Acts 16: 16-34
         

Have we missed seeing the things God is doing now in our lives and in our world? Jesus invites us to live with joy, constantly alert for signs of God’s grace around and within us. God is present and at work. Grace and salvation are here, and are available to us in abundance. There is cause for authentic celebration!

 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Barbara Cook, Liturgist
  • Jelinda Blum, Children’s Message
  • Chancel Choir


Sunday, March 31, 2024

Easter Sunday

Look Up

 
SCRIPTURE: Mark 16: 1-7; Psalm 118; Acts 10: 34-43
        
We have all gathered to receive good news. That is what we boldly proclaim today: in the midst of all that brings us down, we can look up in this moment and know that we are not alone and that life and love wins.
 
Three days had passed. The women went to the tomb to anoint Jesus’ body, according to custom. No doubt the journey to the tomb was heavy. Perhaps they approached with heads lowered in defeat and grief. But then they looked up and it changed their lives. The barrier that they thought would be there was gone and what they discovered instead was life. Will we look up? Will we look up from our complacency, apathy, fear and depression about “the way things are” and be filled with the promise of new life and hope yet again? Will we be part of the raising up of humanity? We can say yes to this, for Christ the Lord is Risen Today!
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

 

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Jim Quindlen, Liturgist
  • Austin Morse, Children’s Message
  • Chancel Choir
  • Jane Ohlmacher, Piano


Sunday, March 24, 2024

Palm Sunday

Sit Up

 
SCRIPTURE: Psalm 118; John 12: 12-16
         

Make no mistake, the powers-that-be in Jerusalem sat up and took notice at the actions of Jesus and his motley crew of palm-waving followers on that morning. It was a show of the “power” of love and injustice for the “least of these,” in stark juxtaposition to the military might of the Roman rulers. It was a non-violent action featuring a man sitting on a donkey — an action that has offered hope throughout the ages. Will we sit up and take notice of the injustice of this world and work to eradicate it in ways that honor that first Palm Sunday parade?

 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Antuan Hairston, Liturgist
  • Edie Candee, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir
  • Laural Clark, Handbell Choir Director
  • Saint James Handbell Choir


Sunday, March 17, 2024

Lift Up

 
SCRIPTURE: Psalm 51; John 12: 20-33
       
“When nothing else would help, love lifted me!” says the old Gospel song. To be lifted up is to be drawn into the love of God. Jesus drew all kinds of people to him during his short tenure on earth, drawing no boundaries for who was invited into that love. As his hour to die drew nearer, he spread the message that all things would be enveloped in his love even after he was gone. What uplifting message will we pass on to others?
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Austin Morse, Liturgist
  • Tainya Clarke, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, March 10, 2024

Light Up the World

 
SCRIPTURE:  Psalm 107; John 3:14-21
         

John 3:16 is probably one of the most infamous and oft-quoted scriptures in the Bible. What follows that verse is important for our Lenten journey. God did not send Jesus to condemn the world, but to offer it saving light. As believers in that light, we are called to be those who will continue to light up the world through our lives so that the world might see the hope it yearns for.

 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Donna Benson, Certified Lay Servant
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Jeremiah Ross, Liturgist
  • Donna Benson, Children’s Message


Sunday, March 3, 2024

Raise Up

 
SCRIPTURE: Psalm 19; John 2:13-22
       
The story of Jesus’ response to the temple being made into a marketplace was profound and may have been another step toward his ultimate demise on the cross. He refers to raising up a new temple in three days — something his disciples later remembered as a foretelling of his resurrection. How might we raise up as the Body of Christ and be a holy temple — a holy dwelling place of God — in the world?
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Nancy Janson, Liturgist
  • Donna Benson, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, February 25, 2024

Take Up

 
SCRIPTURE: Psalm 22; Mark 8:31-38
       
Jesus was very clear that following him might not be a smooth ride. He was bound to choose the just way, not the easy way, through life. To take up the cross was to lose one’s life — to let go of certain expectations of safety and acceptance in order to stand for the Gospel message of love.
How are we to take up the causes of Jesus — justice, righteousness, and mercy in our day?
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

 
Note:  Due to technical difficulties, the video froze, so only audio is available for this service.

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Mary Anne Espenshade, Liturgist
  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Children’s Message
  • Laural Clark, Handbell Director
  • Saint James Chancel Choir
  • Saint James Handbell Choir


Sunday, February 18, 2024

Come Up

 
SCRIPTURE: Psalm 25; Mark 1: 9-15
       
Lent is often known as a time of giving something up in order to make room in our lives for spiritual pursuits. Rather than just “giving up” in Lent, the scriptures ask us to consider all that Jesus is “up to” and all that he asks us to be up to in his name. Instead of focusing on what we can’t do, or used to do, in a culture where “measuring up” to external standards seems impossible, this Lent we will celebrate the small things that we can do right now to respond to God’s call in our place, for our time.
 
The first Sunday of this series brings us to the moment at which Jesus comes up out of the waters of baptism to hear, “You are my beloved.” We are called to come up out of the depths of whatever seeks to keep us under and know that we are beloved of God.
Come up, for now is the time to be fully who you are created to be for the sake of the world.
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Barbara Cook, Liturgist
  • Edie Candee, Children’s Message
  • Praise Team


Sunday, February 11, 2024

Becoming People of God: Be the Light and Let it Shine

 
SCRIPTURE: 2 Corinthians 4:3-6; Mark 9:2-9
       
The shared themes in these sections are a study in contrasts: silence vs. speaking, seeing vs. blindness, hearing vs. silence, light vs. shadows, calm vs. storm, faithfulness vs. abandonment. More specifically, what is heard or spoken in the midst of what is kept silent; what light or revelation or understanding is found in the midst of what is shadowed or veiled, hidden or confused.
 
What do the encounters with glory call Peter, James, and John to do? What do they call us to do?
If Jesus wouldn’t let the disciples stay on the mountaintop and reminisce about the glorious sight they once encountered there, then we can’t either. This is what it means to go into the mission field.
As we head toward the Lenten season, which commences on Wednesday, lets ponder:
     How will transfiguration lead to transformation in the coming season?
 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Nancy Janson, Liturgist Jelinda Blum,
  • Children’s Message Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, February 4, 2024

Becoming People of God:  Wings Like Eagles

 
SCRIPTURE: Isaiah 40; Mark 1:29-39
       

The season of Epiphany slowly moves from the darkness of waiting to the expansive light of awareness. These scriptures tell the story of our call from God and our discipleship journey. We cannot become the people of God without responding to God’s call on our lives.

God’s call informs the readings from both Jonah and Mark. The scriptures taken together reflect human distraction and willfulness and the need to be grounded in God.

We cannot become the people of God without responding to God’s call on our lives. As in music or a dance, think of our journey of becoming the people of God antiphonally (sound in return), we recognize that both God’s call and our response are needed to build the kin-dom of God on earth as it is in heaven.

 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship Guide

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Austin Morse, Liturgist
  • Donna Benson, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, January 28, 2024

Becoming People of God:  Among the People

 
SCRIPTURE: Deut 18:15-20 Mark 1:21-28 (CEB)
       

We listened for the voice of God with Samuel, Philip, and Nathanael. With Jonah, Simon, Andrew, James, and John, we received the persistent and grace-filled invitation to participate with God in living out the fullness of God’s kingdom right here and right now. So, what’s next? Where does the path take us now? Discernment. When we discern the movement of God in our individual and communal lives, we are continuing the call-and-response between us and God, depending on God’s grace and guidance to show us where to go, what to do, and who to be. We practice discernment by noticing the places God is at work among us as we are ‘Becoming the People of God’.

 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Antuan Hairston, Liturgist
  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir
  • Laural Clark, Handbell Director
  • Saint James Handbell Choir


Sunday, January 21, 2024

Becoming People of God: Again and Again

 
SCRIPTURE: Jonah 3:1-5, 10 Mark 1:14-20 (CEB)
       

The season of Epiphany slowly moves from the darkness of waiting to the expansive light of awareness. These scriptures tell the story of our call from God and our discipleship journey. We cannot become the people of God without responding to God’s call on our lives.

God’s call informs the readings from both Jonah and Mark. The scriptures taken together reflect human distraction and willfulness and the need to be grounded in God.

We cannot become the people of God without responding to God’s call on our lives. As in music or a dance, think of our journey of becoming the people of God antiphonally (sound in return), we recognize that both God’s call and our response are needed to build the kin-dom of God on earth as it is in heaven.

 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Clarice Snyder, Organist/Pianist
  • Barbara Cook, Liturgist
  • Jelinda Blum, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, January 14, 2024

Becoming People of God: Your Servant is Listening

 
SCRIPTURE:  1 Samuel 3:1-10, (11-20) John 1:43-51 (CEB)
      

We hear God’s word in many ways. In Genesis 1, God speaks and creation begins. Psalm 29 describes God’s voice as a mighty wind. As Jesus rises from the waters of the river Jordan, he hears God speak words of blessing. At the start of a new calendar year, we begin anew. As we celebrate the baptism of the Lord, we celebrate new beginnings, for God is always at work, creating and calling forth blessings.

 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Mary Anne Espenshade, Liturgist
  • Edie Candee, Children’s Message
  • Saint James Chancel Choir


Sunday, January 7, 2024

Becoming People of God: Bread, Bath & More

 
SCRIPTURE:  Genesis 1: 1-5; Mark 1: 4-11
      

We hear God’s word in many ways. In Genesis 1, God speaks and creation begins. Psalm 29 describes God’s voice as a mighty wind. As Jesus rises from the waters of the river Jordan, he hears God speak words of blessing. At the start of a new calendar year, we begin anew. As we celebrate the baptism of the Lord, we celebrate new beginnings, for God is always at work, creating and calling forth blessings.

 
9:20 am – Ringing of the Bell
9:30 am – Live and Online Worship in the Sanctuary
10:30 am – Friendship Time
 

Worship GuideMessage

  • Rev. Patricia Abell, Pastor
  • Antuan Hairston, Director of Music Ministry
  • Jane Ohlmacher, Guest Organist/Pianist
  • Nancy Janson, Liturgist
  • Donna Benson, Children’s Message