Last Sunday, Rev. Eric Henderson urged us not to be content with “just hopping around” in our faith, but instead to soar like the birds as we realize the incredible possibilities of a life of discipleship. In response to Rev. Eric’s message, we soared together in praise as we joined our voices in a spirited hymn sing.
This Sunday, June 20 at 9:45am, longtime village resident, composer, and Christian folk rock musician Rev. Dr. Ed Deyton will urge us to “Dig Deep” in a thoughtful excavation of our assumptions, perspectives, and traditions.
Over the past several weeks, we have been introducing ways to help children more meaningfully participate in worship. At every service, we provide a Bulletin for Young People designed to help children participants pray and follow along with our service. We have also set aside an area of the worship space for families to sit more comfortably. Starting this Sunday, children will be able to sit with a puppet companion to accompany them throughout the worship service.
The Tabernacle is open to community members of all ages. This is a sacred space for all seekers of truth and people of faith.