Sunday Service

Every week we affirm that the ‘Quest for Truth is a sacrament” of this church. What does truth mean in an age where anyone can gain publicity for a truth they may stake a claim to? With our religious history of skepticism and rationality, our faith is one which encourages us to seek the truth in love – and to use our whole selves on that quest. Join Rev. Anne Mason at 10:30 this Sunday morning.

Rev. Anne Mason, Worship Leader

There will be Sunday school for Pre-K through 8th grade. The nursery will be open for babies and toddlers.

This Sunday, the sanctuary choir will sing Lee Dengler’s thoughtful anthem “Things that Never Die” (words by Charles Dickens) and Alice Parker’s lovely arrangement of “Be Thou My Vision,” with soloist David Meharry. David will also sing Gabriel Fauré’s deeply-moving “Libera Me” (from Requiem). For the centering music and postlude, Rip Jackson will play Enya’s serene piano piece “Watermark” (from Watermark) and Wilhelm Zachow’s powerful “Prelude in Fugue in C Major.”


Click here to listen to last week’s sermon by Regie O’Hare Gibson, “Pandora, Lift that Lid: Woman as Gift Bearer.”