Our lives, histories, and stories are interconnected and woven together. The work of God is always unfolding — in and through us.
This Advent, may you remember that you belong — to a story etched into the wrinkles of time, to generations that have come before and will come after, to a love that will not let you go.
All of our services are hybrid and offered both in-person and online via Zoom. For the safety of all, we strongly encourage masks in the sanctuary.
There’s room for every story
God meets us in our fear
We can choose a better way
We see God in each other
Christmas Eve, 6 PM
We sing the story
Rejoice with our favorite hymns & song
Sunday, January 1
God dwells with us
Sunday, January 8
Epiphany Sunday, 10 AM
We keep seeking
Star Words for Epiphany
The use of star words, also called “star gifts,” is a prayer practice connected to Epiphany and the new year that has been growing in popularity in Protestant churches for nearly a decade now. The idea is that a list of intention words, or guiding words, are written or printed on paper. These papers are then arranged, most commonly face down, on the Communion Table or in a large basket. At some point during the Epiphany service, individuals are invited to draw a word from the basket or off the Table, and to use that word as a guiding word throughout the year.
This year, we are providing the star words on our website for those who worship with us from home. Below you’ll find a star word card for you, randomly selected from the list of words at the bottom of this page. You may print this page or write down your star word on a piece of paper and keep it somewhere you will see it regularly throughout the year to allow consistent reflection on how God has moved through, around, or in connection to that word.
Press the button below to open a new window with your star word. You can then print that page.
Portions of the liturgy by Rev. Sarah (Are) Speed | A Sanctified Art LLC | sanctifiedart.org
Star words by A Sanctified Art LLC