We invite people of every age, race, marital status, sexual orientation, means, ability and spiritual tradition to join us in the love of God and neighbor: through worship, dedication to education and commitment to service.
We are an Open and Affirming congregation promoting marriage equality and invite members from the LGBT (lesbian, gay,bisexual and transgender) community to participate fully in the life and work of this church.
We are committed to working towards social justice and economic justice.
- Worship on Sundays at 8:45 AM and 11:00 AM
- ASL (American Sign Language) translation is provided at the 11:00 worship service.
- Servicio de Adoracíon en Espanol los sabados a las 6:00 PM
- Church School (all ages) at 10:00 AM
- Nursery provided
Now Registering: VBS 2013 "Christmas in July"
Vacation Bible School: Sundays, July 14, 21, 28 and August 4 (10-11 am)
for Ages 3-rising 6th graders
Everybody loves Christmas, but by the time December rolls around we scramble to learn carols, find nativity sets, and put our hands on our favorite stories and recipes. We want to share Christmas joy and gifts with people in need, but what do we know about our church's alternative giving market and the projects it supports? We're curious about Christmas traditions from other countries, but rarely have a chance to explore them. This summer's VBS will cover all of the above.
Now Registering: "Campbells" Summer Handbell Camp
July 8-12 (9 am to 12 pm) & both worship services July 14 (8:45 & 11 am)
Handbell choir teaches dexterity, music skills, and participants will learn basic handbell techniques, rhythm notation, and musical expression. Campers will learn several songs and will play them in both worship services on Sunday, July 14.
Now Registering: Racial Equity Workshops
In our contemporary society, racism shapes the outcomes of all institutions. It pits entrenched patterns of power against what are often faint images of equity. Yet even those who are concerned about growing achievement gaps, disparities in health and wealth, and the mass incarceration of black and brown people are challenged in their understanding of how racism remains alive and well in all our institutions, advantaging some while harming others. This workshop helps participants become clear on how race and racism have been constructed in the US and how ideas about racism live in our unconscious minds and social structures even 50 years after the successes of the Civil Rights movement.
Racial Equity Workshop Phase 1 (August 2-3)
Racial Equity Workshop Phase 2 (August 9-10)
United Church Softball
Grab your mitt and come play! The 2013 Church Summer Softball League is gearing up for another summer of softball and fellowship. The United Church team is co-ed, with players 13 years old and up. We are looking for more women and younger players to join us this year. Click here for more information.