We don’t always have the answers, but we’re learning to wrestle with the tensions in God’s Word + World.

God became human and lived among us. This is a doctrine we believe, but it also means we trust God is present in the whole of our lives, even when it's confusing, complicated, or just plain hard.

So we're always looking to offer opportunities for us to wrestle with how following Jesus informs and transforms how we see our life and the lives of our neighbors. Take a look below at how we're doing that right now!

Our legacy, shaping our future.

Rebels, Radicals, and Ranters: The (Unexpected) Story of Congregationalism
Sundays this Fall from 11:00am - 12:00pm via Zoom (beginning September 20th)

What story will our congregation live in the coming years? Join us on Sunday mornings this Fall as we discover the history of our Congregational tradition and uncover together how this beautiful and complicated legacy can give us clues into the next chapter God is writing among us.

Questions? Contact Christian Winn.
FALL -- Faith and Humanities

How can we learn to see truth, goodness, & beauty?

Faith and the Humanities
September 17th, October 15th, and November 19th from 6:30 - 8:00pm via Zoom

Come alongside us for a series of monthly conversations at the intersection of faith and the humanities. We'll have somebody specializing in an area of the Humanities joining us at each of the four dates, and we're excited to learn together how the humanities help us see truth, goodness, & beauty in God's world. 

September 17th: Carrie Peffley (Philosophy)
October 15th: Jenny Bakke and Allyss Haecker (Music)
November 19th: TBD

For more information on the upcoming virtual gathering featuring Dr. Carrie Peffley, click here.

Questions? Contact Christian Winn.
FALL -- Faith and Justice

What does it mean to follow Jesus into the lives of our neighbors?

Faith and Justice
Fall Book Conversation Series beginning on October 6th from 6:30 - 8:00pm via Zoom

Our call is clear: God loves and champions the cause of the oppressed, and we're meant to image God by doing the same. 

Join us for a Fall Conversation series continuing to explore themes of racial justice and the lack of it. We'll uncover more deeply what we mean when we use the phrase "systemic racism" both in our political system and inside the church and explore what it means to work for the deep justice that marks the coming of God's kingdom. Here's our current schedule:

October 6th: The Color of Law (Richard Rothstein)
November 10th: White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity (Robert P. Jones)
December 1st: Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God (Kelly Brown Douglas)

For more information on the upcoming virtual gathering featuring Richard Rothstein's The Color of Law, click here.

Questions? Contact Christian Winn.
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Rebels, Radicals, and Ranters: The (Unexpected) Story of Congregationalism

September 20 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Our legacy, shaping our future. Rebels, Radicals, and Ranters: The (Unexpected) Story of Congregationalism Sundays this Fall from 11:00am - 12:00pm via Zoom (beginning September 20th) Zoom ID: 541-870-2251 What story…

Faith and Justice

October 6 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

What does it mean to follow Jesus into the lives of our neighbors? Faith and Justice Fall Book Conversation Series beginning on October 6th from 6:30 - 8:00pm via Zoom…

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