O Mary, How Lovely You Are

~ Luke 1:26-38; 46-55 ~ I was introduced to a poignant poem this past week thanks to the musical inspiration of Bay Area composer, Frank La Rocca. The poem is written by Sister Columba Guare of the Sisters of the Mississippi Abbey in Dubuque, Iowa. The poem, itself, was inspired … Read More

Music for the Soul – “Mary Songs” – December 16 at 10:30am

“Mary Songs” featuring soprano, Jennifer Paulino, with Kelly Savage, piano/harpsichord and Frédéric Rosselet, cello. A beautiful collection of songs about Mary by women composers. Ms. Paulino is a versatile and accomplished chamber and concert artist, garnering praise and recognition as a significant interpreter of baroque and contemporary repertoire. “Graceful yet … Read More

Christmas Eve Worship Service – December 24, 5:00pm

Enjoy a unique take on this venerable tradition. A worshipful service filled with the message of hope and peace and wonderful Christmas music. Family friendly – welcoming! … Read More

New Year’s Eve Worship Service – December 31, 6:00pm

“A Time to…” A meditative service of “letting go.” A service of rededication.

“Who Said Hope Was Easy?”

~ Luke 3:1-6/Luke 1:68-79/Malachi 3:1-2 ~ Our third scripture lesson for today is taken from Luke 1:68-79. It’s called the Benedictus (which is Latin for “blessed”). The Benedictus is the prophecy pronounced by Zechariah upon the birth of his son, John the Baptist. The church has included the Benedictus in … Read More

Join Us for Worship Sunday, December 9, 2018 at 10:30am

~ Who said hope was easy? ~ Words of hope; words of comfort! The Advent Season is full of them. John the Baptist’s father, Zechariah, speaks of such hope and comfort in the Benedictus. But in such trying, stressful times, then and now, how do we muster hope? We might … Read More