Welcome!

If you are visiting us for the first time, please allow us to extend our warmest greetings. We are an open and affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ. We look forward to having you join us in worship.

Holy Week and Easter Services

Can love win? Join us for the roller coaster of Holy Week as we celebrate, pray and sing the story of three days that would change the world.

Maundy Thursday Service – 7pm
Good Friday Stations of the Cross – Noon at St. Francis by the Sea
Good Friday Service – 7pm
Easter Sunrise Service – 5:30am at the Town Dock (in the Sanctuary in the event of inclement weather)
Service of the Resurrection – 10am

(The image is of a work by Banksy on a wall in Bethlehem)

Palm Sunday Worship April 9

Palms! Guitars! A Donkey! (Okay, not a real donkey. But palms and guitars… really…) This Sunday is Palm Sunday. Come celebrate and sing hosanna…

Lenten Lunch and Learn Series- “Embracing a Life of Meaning”

In partnership with St. Francis by the Sea, please join us for a five-week Ecumenical Lenten Lunch and Learn series on “Embracing a Life of Meaning”; with video talks by author Kathleen Norris. Each session begins at noon and all are welcome!

Final luncheon: April 6th- First Congregational

Sunday Worship April 2

“The Lord’s power overcame me, and while I was in the Lord’s spirit, he led me out and set me down in the middle of a certain valley. It was full of bones. He led me through them all around, and I saw that there were a great many of them on the valley floor, and they were very dry.”

This Sunday, our reading comes from Ezekiel… the valley of dry bones. We come to the Lord’s Table, celebrating communion and covenant together. All are welcome.

Sunday Worship March 26

This Sunday we focus on light and vision, with a reading from Ephesians and the story of Jesus healing a man that had been blind since birth.

Sunday Worship March 19th

This Sunday is the Third Sunday in Lent. Our scripture includes the 95th Psalm and the Woman at the Well. Gary’s sermon is titled “Whole Person.”