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We are an Intentionally Welcoming Congregation

Our Opening Words Say Who We Are

We are an intentionally welcoming congregation, and invite you to be a part of the community. When we make this statement, we are expressing our vision of love and acceptance.

We welcome you – your background and beliefs, all racial … read more.

Our Opening Words Say Who We Are

Welcome Home

Opening words for our Sunday Service, 30 December 2018.
Delivered by Jim Richardson, Lay Leader

 

Home is where you put one foot on the porch

and before your other foot even touches the landing

the door dances open,

and the first thing you see is a huge smile

and … read more.

When Hard Lines Fade

Of late, the term, “Stay in your lane” is heard often. It translates roughly to “You do your job, I’ll do mine.”  At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider when this is helpful guidance, when it’s not, and reflect on what helps us … read more.

Soul Matters: How Do Memories Reveal You?

“Memory invites us to maintain our grip on the past, but it also calls us to pay attention to the present. Memory’s question is not just “Do you remember?” but “How do you want to be remembered?”

 

~the Rev. Scott Tayler

This month over 170 … read more.

Immigration Detainee Visitation and Pen Pal Project

An interfaith group in Talbot County has been exploring ways to support the immigrant community. We are pleased to share how you may engage in this effort through detainee visitation or detainee pen pal correspondence.

In conjunction with Mobilizing for Humane Treatment of Immigrants led by … read more.

Day of the Dead

November 4th Day of the Dead Sunday Service talk by Jean Rhian

I have thought about this service a great deal over a long period of time, and find myself to be just overwhelmed with a myriad of thoughts.  I don’t know where to begin and … read more.