Message from the Director of Religious Education

  When I think of salvation I think of it in terms of being saved or protected from harm, not so much the saving of a soul from sin. Years ago, before Truman was born, I was a nanny to twin boys who were born 3 months premature. Their parents were catholic so naturally they […]


The Social Action Committee would like to invite all members and friends to attend a social on Saturday, April 8 from 4:00 to 6:00. Representatives from our social action initiatives: The Red Wagon Collection, Green Sanctuary, Welcoming Congregation, Community Meal, and Laundry Love will be available to talk about what we are doing. Please attend […]

Minister’s Message – Salvation as Lifelong Learning

What do you think of when you hear the theological term “Salvation?”  For many people it conjures up images of an angry God deciding which humans are holy enough to enjoy heaven and thus spared the eternal torment of hell. Have you ever been afraid you were not “Saved” and if so, how did that […]