Sunday Worship Services
Join us every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in our classic New England sanctuary for worship services. Our services engage the mind, body and spirit with beautiful music, spiritual themes, stories for all ages, and time for contemplation and prayer. Children begin in the sanctuary with their families and then are excused for faith development programs which run concurrently. Nursery care is available for the youngest, and babies and children are always welcome to remain in the service with their caregivers.
You can also join us live online, or view any of our past services on our YouTube channel.
During our service, we share prayers from our community. Fill out the form below to submit a prayer to be read during Sunday's service.
In this holiday season, we cultivate a sense of wonder while we work for peace and goodwill for all. With the return of the light; with the miracle of holiness; with the rebirth of hope, we are reminded of the power of wonder and worship. We rejoice with new beginnings and new possibilities.
Sunday mornings 10:30AM
View past services, music, and children's stories on our YouTube channel
Sunday, December 10, 2023 YouTube Livestream: https://youtube.com/live/NvaitPErzqU?feature=share
Christmas Pageant and Hanukkah Party
We celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah this Sunday with our annual Christmas pageant during the service and Hannukah party after. Rev. Sarah Stewart will preach on what today's parents and children can learn about each other from the stories of Mary and Jesus.
Service Music: James Haupt will lead off this morning's service with the annual Carol Request prelude! Our adult and children's choirs will join together on the Hanukkah anthem "Nes Gadol Haya Sham." Then our adult choir will accompany the pageant with many beloved Christmas carols and anthems.
Faith Development: Our Faith Development program presents our annual Christmas Pageant
Sunday, December 17, 2023
The Power of Language
In the stories of Jesus' birth, he is given several names: Jesus (the Greek version of the Hebrew name Joshua), Son of the Most High, and Emmanuel, for instance. What's in a name, after all? Today, we are learning to use names, pronouns and language to convey respect, welcome and acceptance of all. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching.
Faith Development: We will be having our Neighboring Faiths class for grades 6th-9th and our Soul Matters class for grades K-5th!
Sunday, December 24, 2023
Sit at the Welcome Table
On Christmas Eve morning, we'll celebrate communion in a worship service for all people of all ages. This multigenerational service will share the Christmas spirit through song, prayer, meditation and ritual. Rev. Sarah Stewart will preach a homily on the healing power of caring for one another. Our communion table is open to all.
Sunday, December 24, 2023
The Wonder of This Night
Join us for our traditional service of lessons, carols, and choral music, sharing the beauty of Christmas by candlelight in our traditional New England sanctuary. Masks are optional and reservations are not required. The service begins at 5:30 with a prelude at 5:10 (doors at 5). We join with Mary, Joseph and the shepherds in an attitude of wonder this Christmas Eve: wonder at the miracles of the universe, wonder at the power of connection, wonder at our own ability to create love and kindness in the world.
Sunday, December 31, 2023
Sunday, January 7, 2024
Faith Development: Our Neighboring Faiths class will be visiting our neighboring church, Wesley Church, for their Sunday service! Our Soul Matters class will be learning all about change.