Speaker: Pastor Jacqueline Duhart

“Breath & Heart: Sublime Authority” , Annual Bread Communion/Easter Service – April 21, at 10:20am

“Breath & Heart: Sublime Authority”.  Resurrection may not be central to your theological house or maybe it is.  However you engage the stories of Easter, Passover and Spring, come let us worship together.  We will celebrate the flow of our breath and the beat of … read more.

RISE-UP for Climate Justice: Sunday-April 14, Worship at 10:20

RISE-UP for Climate Justice”. What do our children, economic equality and racial justice have to do with climate change?All are welcome for worship as we explore the intersections of various oppressions and the deadly impacts of global warming. Kristen Tam a member of Youth vs. … read more.

The Liturgical Power of Church, Sunday, March 17- Worship 10:20 to 11:15am

The Liturgical Power of Church. Liturgy literally means “the work of the people.” What is the work of the people? Church offers every willing soul a place where we can breathe in and be “in-spired”; opportunities to breathe out and cast off or “ex-pire” what … read more.

Reflections of Ms. Authority: Women’s Voices – Sunday, March 3 – Worship at 10:20 am

In celebration of Women’s History Month please join Daisy Quan, Worship Associate Kate Lenhardt, and Pastor Jacqueline as diverse female identified persons tell stories about their relationships with Ms. Authority. Crescendo Choir and Joyful Noise under the direction of Renee Witon and Stefan Schneider will … read more.

Incarnation, Proximity, Narrative, Discomfort & Hope

The word incarnate literally means “to make flesh.” How do we put flesh on the bones of our activism so that it makes a real difference. Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative and author of Just Mercy states that there are four elements that make his social change work real and present or incarnate in the world. The four are: proximity, narrative, discomfort and hope. On this Sunday honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, let us come together and explore an additional pathway for our activism. Crescendo Choir will offer us songs from the Civil Rights Movement. Our youth and children will spread poppy seeds and pennies throughout our neighborhood. This is a multi-generational worship service. All are worthy and all are welcome. Please join us.