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Don’t miss our summer all-church book read of  Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson, each Wednesday in August and the first week of September from 1:00-2:15 p.m. on Zoom.   As our nation takes a closer look at the racial disparities in our criminal justice system, many people are reading (and re-reading) Stevenson’s 2014 book, which was made into a film by the same name in 2019.   Just Mercy is Stevenson’s account of his efforts...

Café Dialogues to Explore New Messaging Initiative What sets our church apart?   For the last couple of years, a team of members, our Senior Pastor and marketing professionals have been working hard to answer this question. Our congregation’s new “brand” has just been launched, communicating exactly who we are and what we are about as a church. As the results of this project are revealed, we want YOU to know about it so YOU can be part of sharing the good news about...

  We are committed to being the church God is calling us to be, a church where everyone knows they’re loved and they belong. A church that’s making a real difference.  Definitely not “church as usual.” As we move into this new church year, that call has become our rallying cry. We hope you’ll join us for Rally Day to celebrate where we’ve been and where God is taking us. We’re so grateful to be on this journey...

We are a non-denominational congregation whose Lay Leaders provide oversight and make strategic decisions. Our Council welcomes any members at their monthly meetings, which are currently being held on Zoom. For login info please contact us....

The Planet and the Pandemic Series. The WCC Green Team will be hosting another installment in the The Planet and the Pandemic Series. The topic will be “Reducing Plastic Use and Pollution"....

You are encouraged to read Rutger Bregman’s Humankind: A Hopeful History (2019, Hachette Book Group). Bregman, a Dutch historian, makes a compelling argument that people are not as bad as we are led to think by politicians, theologians, psychologists, novelists, historians, economists, and journalists. In fact, he maintains, human beings are more likely to exhibit empathy and cooperation rather than cold-hearted, selfish behaviors in times of social stress. In this season of social stress, this may be...

LeAnn Pedersen Pope, a longtime member of WCC, will be discussing her Master of Theology thesis, From Colorblind to Clearer Vision: A White Christian's Unexpected Journey Toward Redemption on Sunday mornings, October 11 and 18, 8:45-9:45. Contact us for login information. After a 32-year career as a litigation lawyer, LeAnn decided to pursue a change in her vocation strategy from success to significance. Pursuing a call to attend seminary, LeAnn retired from the legal profession in...

As part of an occasional series of personal spiritual journeys, our own Rev. Sarah A. Lohrbach, Associate Pastor for Children, Family and Youth, will tell us about her unique spiritual path. Join us on Zoom....

The 105th Christmas Pageant WILL BE HAPPENING!! Our worship planning staff and our pageant committee have been hard at work for a couple of months already working out a solution for how we can keep this tradition alive and we have a great plan! Given the nature of present reality in general, and of virtual worship specifically, this means that our rehearsal/recording schedule will look very different than previous years—it will happen over three different Saturdays...

Tomorrow is the deadline for sending Pastor Sarah your/your child's (or children's) address to make sure they receive this special delivery! Each Fall, our current Servants put together care packages for all our college students. We would like to be able to send these special care packages to ALL of our students: whether they are in school or taking a gap year whether they are in their first year, third year, or even fifth year whether...