Christian Formation Begins Sunday!

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Beloved Siblings in Christ,

This past Sunday saw the return of Liturgy on the Lot at the new time. This outdoor service is replacing the indoor 9:00am service for the time being, as we respond to feedback from parents looking for options to keep their unvaccinated children safe, as well as others who just feel more comfortable in an outdoor setting. We tripled the Sunday attendance of young children in comparison to the previous month, and met a new family with young children, and a new couple, both looking for safe, outdoor service options. We recognize there are those who normally attend the 9:00am service who are disappointed about the outdoor service, but we are pleased with our ability to meet the varied needs of so many with three indoor options and one outdoor option.


Adult Christian formation classes begin this weekend and we hope you will join us at 10:00am for one of our many offerings. If Sundays aren't for you, we have several midweek classes, both by zoom and in-person. You can learn more here. Sunday School Classes for youth in grades 6-12 also begin Sunday at 10:00am. The feedback we received from the general survey and the Christian formation survey, we have made the decision that these classes will all take place outside, or in spaces with outside doors that can be propped open for increased ventilation, for the time being. Please meet on the promenade (by the playground) and bring a camp chair. There will be no in-person Godly Play classes for children age 3 through 5th grade. Instead we encourage you to attend our Liturgy on the Lot at 9:00am. Liturgy on the Lot will include a child-friendly homily and a craft will follow the service.

Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.

-Philippians 2:4

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