My Two Cents
September 22, 2019, 12:00 AM

We know that a congregation is more than just what it “does”. We know that the center of any congregation is the opportunity it offers to connect with the God we have come to know in Jesus Christ.  Still it remains true that “staying” has a lot to do with finding a satisfying way of “doing”.

We have a variety of things to do around here. Here is a weekly sampling for your consideration!

Those whose only day to do church stuff is Sunday might be interested in helping to set up communion, hand out bulletins, greet people at the door, read scripture, or be a helper in Children at Worship.

Those who have Monday free every now and then may want to come over to the church in the morning to help count money, or in the evening on the first Monday of the month to help make casseroles that get delivered to the Westside Men’s Shelter.

Those who could spare a little time on Tuesdays are welcome to join the Bell Choir- a little knowledge about music is helpful but one does NOT need to be able to sing.

Free on Wednesdays? If it’s during the day we have a study group that meets at 9:30. During the afternoon once a month we have a book club. And in the evening every other month we have a board meeting.

How about Thursday? A prayer and study group is always open to newcomers at 6:15. And our great Chancel choir is waiting for YOU at 7:30.

Free on Fridays? Then you might want to get a sitter and make Theology on Tap your once a month date night.

And on Saturdays, every now and then we offer days for community service, and days to help set up for a Thanksgiving dinner or decorate for Christmas and Easter. Or even dig in the garden to make our grounds beautiful.

See, we have a little something for almost every day of the week. This is really just the tip of the iceberg.  And our deepest hope is that through one or more of these activities, we might not only be a place to worship, but also a place to belong.

Welcome to worship!