King Poor, Liturgist Our Father who art in heaven. O God, you are our Creator. You created us, each of us, in your image and likeness. None of us can fully comprehend your heaven, but your son promised us that your heaven—your kingdom of heaven—is within each of us. Hallowed be thy [...]
The Reverend Christine V. Hides Eternal God, Creator of the Universe we join with all heaven and earth to proclaim your handiwork, your divine craftsmanship evident in the vividness of earth and sky, the texture of sea and mountain. We see the work of your hands revealed in the irresistible faces of so [...]
The Reverend Dr. William A. Evertsberg Scattered across the pages of the Bible are scores, maybe hundreds, of characters who are integral to the story but are never named. Jesus’ longest conversation in the Bible is with a woman at a Samaritan well, and without a little boy’s lunch of five loaves [...]
The Reverend Dr. William A. Evertsberg God, our help in ages past, and our hope for years to come, we thank you for delivering us across the threshold of a new year, past some troubles and confusions and divisions, but also gladdened by too many benedictions to count. When John plunged Jesus [...]
Squire Prince Mighty God, bringer of light and love, Harborer of hope and humility, Prince of peace, all that is beautiful and wonderful, we look to the manger today, as the Magi and the Shepherds. We look to the manger and see a baby, crying, teething, fully human, but Divine, and shining [...]
The Reverend Christine V. Hides Gracious and Holy God, Light from Light Eternal, once again, we make the long, silent, journey to Bethlehem where you meet us in the humility of the messy manger, making way for the glorious impossible. With Mary and Joseph we wonder at the gift of something new [...]
Watch Quiet Christmas Worship Here Starry Night and the Astronauts by Alma Thomas (1891–1978) evokes the open expanse and celestial patterns of a night sky, "Color is life," she once proclaimed, "and light is the mother of color." This painting was created in 1972, when the artist was seventy-seven. In the same year, she [...]
Sunday, January 1 at 10 a.m.
Bring our pets to the Sanctuary for a blessing so that they can know not only our love, but God’s love too.
The Reverend Dr. William A. Evertsberg Alpha and Omega God, the one who is, and who was, and who is to come, thank you for bringing us together as community to this place of joy and peace and light. Thank you for all that is bright and sacred about December: the splendid musicians [...]
Worship of quiet carols, quiet reflections, set in the evening darkness on the cusp of the longest night of the year.
Tuesday, Dec. 20, 7:30 p.m.
Sanctuary and Livestream