Daniel Nahmod in Concert

We are blessed beyond measure to have Daniel Nahmod as a guest in our church on Friday, April 21 for an evening concert (7-8:30 p.m.) and then again on Saturday, April 22, 10 a.m.-noon for a workshop. Enjoy the preview above and save the dates for this magical performer.

Book Study

Thursdays, 10-11 a.m. via Zoom — A study of Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers. Jeffers is a masterful writer and reminds us that fear will go with us whenever we start something new. Instead of cursing the fear and letting it enable us, she recommends we take the fear in hand and befriend it. She will help us move from victim to victor, to identify what we are afraid of and why. Learn how to outtalk the chatterbox in your head and create more meaning in your life. Subscribe to our email for Zoom access.

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New Covid Protocols

January 22 — One of our new Board of Trustees’ first calls to duty came in a special Zoom meeting where we put some stricter Covid protocols in place. They will start as best we can this Sunday, January 23: 1. Wear a mask at all times with the exception of when eating. 2. Chairs will be spaced out with only 4 to a table in Fellowship Hall to avoid being directly across from someone. 3. Food in Fellowship will be limited to snacks and finger foods. 4. Refrain from holding hands during the Peace Song. 5. If you have…

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Book Study: Entering the Castle

Thursdays at 10 a.m. — Entering the Castle is Caroline Myss’s most deeply personal, revealing, compassionate, and transforming book yet. Entering the Castle is a comprehensive guidebook for the journey of your life — a journey into the center of your soul. There, peace, God, and a fearless bliss wait for you to discover them… and claim them for your own. As her main template for this extraordinary modern spiritual journey, Myss uses the beloved, revered writings of The Interior Castle by Teresa of Ávila. Adapting Teresa’s vision of the soul as a beautiful crystal castle with many floors, or mansions, and many…

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