Summer 2022 Church Services UPDATE
All Worship Services will be held at 10AM and are open to any and all who wish to participate.
Note description of starred events below.
Friday 1 July Church Cleanup & Landscaping
Sunday 3 July First Worship Service
Sunday 10 July Worship Service & First Semi-Annual Meeting following
Sunday 17 July Worship Service
Sunday 24 July Pride Worship Service*
Sunday 31 July Worship Service
Saturday 6 August Church Fair
Sunday 7 August Homecoming Worship Service* & Soup Sunday
Saturday 13 August Annual Community Memorial Service*
SUNDAY 14 August Annual Interfaith Worship Service*
Sunday 21 August Worship Service
Sunday 28 August Worship Service & Second Semi-Annual Meeting following
Sunday 4 September Final Worship Service, with Communion
Every Sunday 2PM Weather permitting, softball at Garrett Green, across from cemetery. Everybody plays.
Fully acknowledging that the American Christian churches have historically failed to genuinely embrace the Christian ideal of creating open and affirming sanctuaries of faith, we seek to affirm the rights, safety, acceptance, and dignity of those in the LGBTQIA community. Please feel free to bring a friend, along with Pride Flags and whatever celebratory attire your spirit moves you to wear.
Homecoming Sunday Worship Service
This is a new addition to our summer calendar; we will encourage the return of former or inactive members and friends of the church to celebrate the cherished memories of the individuals and mountain families who have built and sustained our beloved church for many generations. We hope people will stay afterward for a group photo (which we hope will become an annual tradition) and Soup Sunday.
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL SERVICE
This will be an interfaith event, with people of all faiths, including those with no designated faith, welcomed. We invite participants to share their losses and their grief, for both those that have died recently, and for those deceased years ago. Attendees are invited to bring a photo or other mementos of the loved one they are commemorating; these can be placed on the altar table at the front of the church. During the event, there will be a time when people will have the option to stand up and speak about their loved one, if they wish to do so. We fervently believe that the loss of a loved one is among the most powerful and universal experiences in our lives, and one that is most fully realized when in the company of a loving, supportive community.
INTERFAITH WORSHIP SERVICE
We will worship God through various practices, some within, and some outside of the Christian tradition. We will reflect on a God who is known by many tongues, in many geographic locations, and is called by many names. We are excited to experience this with you all; please bring a friend.
Wishing you a happy, healthy Summer, & looking forward to being together again,
The Deacons – Ben (Head Deacon) , Frank, & Dana
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