By The Reverend Dr. Jo Forrest When Jesus entered Jerusalem in the last week of his life, people shouted “hosanna.” With relief their prayers had been answered. How quickly he went from savior to criminal and later corpse. Three days later, in the early morning silence, several women experienced the shock of Jesus’ [...]
April 13–May 30
Join with other members of our community on a virtual pilgrimage from the empty tomb of Easter morning to the fire of Pentecost.
A Little Glimmer of Hope An invitation to the Evertsberg’s home. Bill reveals glimmers of good news, shares uplifting scripture and literature, and teases a Holy Week Bible Quiz. This week Bill focuses us on Paul's letter to the church at Rome with reflections from Anne Lamott’s book “Almost Everything, Notes on Hope”. [...]
A Song for Nurses An invitation to the Evertsberg’s home. Bill speaks informally about the current uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 outbreak. This week Bill focuses us on healthcare workers with Brian Doyle’s "A Song for Nurses" from the book “One Long River of Song”. So, it's easier for me to raise a [...]
Holy Week Study
with Bill, Jo, and Katie
Weekdays at 9 a.m.
A practical approach to exploring one’s personal creativity and spiritual connection with God.
Kinda feels like Friday the 13th, doesn’t it? After much prayer and consideration, the Board has decided to add KUC to the alphabet soup of cancellations and postponements
Beth Moore’s Chasing Vines On Wednesday, April 1 at 12:45 p.m. in the Centennial Room join a six-week course from bestselling author Beth Moore in her life-changing quest of Chasing Vines. Learn how everything changes when you discover the true meaning of a fruitful, God-pleasing, meaning-filled life. Please contact Michelle Astolfi to RSVP. [...]
North Shore FaithPride Seeking to cultivate radical belonging among LGBTQ+ people and allies, we invite faith leaders (clergy, youth and children's ministry leaders, and congregational leadership teams) to our third annual North Shore FaithPride gathering. We seek to encourage, equip, and connect churches who offer a wide welcome and bold love to lesbian, [...]
By The Reverend Dr. Jo Forrest When people step inside our church, rather than find rigidity they are surprised by what is best described as a big, broad tent. Members differ in their conceptions of God, partisan affiliations, interest in scripture, wealth, preferences for decaf or regular, and tenure to name just a [...]