We have been inspired to move our youth education program outdoors during the pandemic. There will be family hikes, led by Pastor Amy, most Sundays, starting at about noon following worship.
The meeting place will be announced in advance by email. Please contact us to get on the email list for the program
Please bring water, a bagged lunch, and hiking boots, as well as anything else needed for the day's conditions
You do not have to attend worship to participate
We look forward to this outdoor event as a way to connect with our youth and with God's creation while keeping everyone safe.
There is a weekly Bible study class led by the Rev. Lee Oliver, a retired UMC pastor and a member of our congregation. It meets at 4:00 on Wednesday afternoon. Participants can join in person at the church or remotely using Zoom.
Our goal is to have an open and often wide-ranging conversation in our classes. Over the years we have studied several modern authors on subjects of Christian life and ethics, theology, and Biblical interpretation.
In 2020, we completed our discussions of “The Sermon on the Mount” from Matthew, chapters 5 – 7, discussed the first few chapters of “I Refuse to Lead a Dying Church” by Paul Nixon, and spent the bulk of the year studying and discussing the Book of Acts.
The class has recently completed its study of the Gospel of Luke more recently its study of "What's So Amazing about Grace" by Philip Yancey.