A Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Fourth Sunday of Easter Mother’s Day 10:30 am Meditation Desirable things do not have to beguile the mind, and undesirable ones do not have to bring endless resistance. We can let the winds blow through us instead of letting them buffet… Read more.
After Service Fellowship – Sundays in Summer JOIN US OUTDOORS IN THE SHADE EACH SUNDAY DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS FOR GREAT SNACKS, LEMONADE AND WATER. IF YOU CAN ASSIST US IN BRINGING SNACKS, AND/OR HELP WITH SET UP AND CLEAN UP, PLEASE CLICK VOLUNTEER FORM
A Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Third Sunday of Easter & Sharing of the Lord’s Supper 10:30 am Meditation “As often happens on the spiritual journey, we have arrived at the heart of a paradox: each time a door closes, the rest of the world opens up.”… Read more.
A Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Second Sunday of Easter 10:30 am Meditation “All creation is the living joy of God, Maker of Heaven and Earth. We inhabit this joy; our strength derives from it’s embrace; the world is a love letter filled with the laughter of… Read more.
A Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Easter Sunday 10:30 am Meditation Bearing life and more fruitful than paradise, brighter than any royal chamber; thy tomb, O Christ, is the Fountain of the resurrection. — Troparian, Orthodox liturgy Welcome Welcome to this service of worship! During the service,… Read more.
7:00 pm Service of Foot and Hand Washing Jesus taught that leadership begins with service. The act of washing the feet of guests after a journey was usually the work of slaves, but Jesus insisted on washing the feet of his disciples on the night before he was betrayed. It was an act intended to… Read more.
A Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Palm Sunday 10:30 am Meditation One who has surrendered to it knows that the way ends on the Cross—even when it is leading through the jubilation of Gennesaret or the triumphal entry into Jerusalem. —Dag Hammerskjold From There to Here: We Gather … Read more.