WORSHIP AT HOME: SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 2021 AT 10:30 AM
“Collections” with Rev. Hillary Collins-Gilpatrick, Minister, and Sam Chandler, Music Director
This Sunday is our last Worship service of the regular church year. It falls on June 20th – the day after Juneteenth, the day before the Summer Solstice, a day in the midst of Gay Pride, and right on Father’s Day. Each of these days holds meaning for different people, but most of us are aware of and impacted by the history, symbolism, and purpose of each of these days in one way or another. Join us this Sunday as we consider the collections – of days, symbols, purposes, and more – that comprise our histories and make us who we are.
Join us after worship for an end of the year congregational picnic at Royal River Park at noon. All are invited! BYO Blanket and BYO picnic!
- The service will be streamed live on YouTube at 10:30 am: Watch
- You can give to the half-plate offering online at any time: Donate
OTHER WAYS TO WORSHIP OR CONNECT AT HOME
Fellowship follows the worship service on Sundays, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm, and can be accessed on Zoom by clicking here and entering the password: COMMUNITY.
On Wednesday evenings, we hold a contemplative and meditative Vespers service from 7 – 7:30 pm on Zoom. Click here and enter the password: PEACE to join.
On Fridays at 12:00 pm, a casual fellowship hour conversation occurs on Zoom. Click here and enter the password: YUM to join.
Learn more about our programs for children and youth by visiting our virtual programs page.
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