Voices of the Prophets

bell hooks, Rachel Held Evans, Malachi, Jeremiah

This year during the season of Epiphany our lectionary texts are full of prophets: reluctant prophets, comforting prophets, challenging prophets. Who are our modern day prophets? Who are those lone voices–speaking out, dreaming new ways of being, calling us to repent, to change, to hear anew God’s call to justice? Each Sunday Jan 16-Feb 20 we will hear an Old Testament and a modern day prophet.

Sundays at 10 AM on Zoom

Click here for a short orientation video to Zoom cluster worship

Call to Prayer

Join us in a reflective reading from the Psalms, and a brief time of silent and spoken prayer together.

Wednesdays & Fridays

12:00-12:15 PM

“Though contemporary readers often seek comfort through a devotional reading of the Psalms, the persistent challenge of evil against the righteous is a primary motif that has informed Anabaptist use of the Psalter.” (James Waltner)

Zoom Cluster Worship (Jan 16-Feb 20)

illustration of Zoom Breakout Rooms icon

Join us for smaller, more intimate & participatory cluster worship online

Sundays at 10 AM on Zoom

Beginning Sunday, Jan 16, 2022

All (visitors & regular attenders) are welcome to join. Clusters are assigned by small group and, for those not in a small group, by last name.

(Sunday school/electives will also follow on Zoom at 11:15 AM)

Click here for a short orientation video to Zoom cluster worship

Curious about Assembly?

Curious about Assembly? New and looking for ways to connect?

Read our updated “Assembly Survival Kit” (September 2021), including updated guide to “Assembly Terminology”




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Small Groups

Small groups are integral to the life of our congregation. They are the best place for care and nurture of individuals, for support and accountability in our faith journeys, for some stages of communal discernment, and for some types of mission and outreach.


As a reconciling faith community, we seek to follow Jesus’ example by welcoming all who come our way, regardless of age, economic or social circumstances, ethnic background, gender, marital status, physical ability, race, or sexual orientation.

Privileges of the Child

We seek to keep children in the midst of our congregation, the responsibility of all, to be known by name, to be valued persons in the congregation, and active participants in worship.

Small Groups

The Arts

From four-part singing, to drumming, to visuals, to dance, the arts are highly valued and central to our worship.