Our faith has never required a building to thrive, and this pandemic will be no different! Although we can’t be with each other in person right now, we are excited to still be able to share in a variety of worship experiences together. Below are some ways you can worship with us.
Sermons will be posted every Sunday by 9:00am.
Sunday, May 24th Sermon
And don’t forget to join Rev. Kristal for Virtual Fellowship Hour! Held every Wednesday at 6:00pm and Sunday at 10:00am. This will take place using the online meeting app “Zoom” which will allow us to not only talk, but see each other! All you have to do is click on the Zoom link below. Links will also be posted on our First Church Facebook Page. ALL are welcome!
CLICK HERE for Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 891 1369 4705
To listen to past sermons, just click on the date of your choice.
Sunday, May 17th Sermon
Sunday, May 10th Sermon
Sunday, May 3rd Sermon
Sunday, April 26th Sermon
Virtual Bible Study
Please join Rev. Kristal on Thursdays at 7:00pm for Virtual Bible Study using the online meeting app “Zoom”. Every Thursday a Zoom invitation link will be posted below and on our First Church Facebook Page . And remember, social distancing doesn’t mean spiritual distancing, so join us! ALL are welcome!
Virtual Coffee Hour
Join Rev. Kristal on Friday mornings at 9:00am for Virtual Coffee Hour using the online meeting app “Zoom”. Every Friday a Zoom invitation link will be posted below and on our First Church Facebook Page . So grab a cup of your favorite (morning) beverage, and join her!!! And may the Holy Spirit bring us together spiritually even when life events keep us apart physically. ALL are welcome!
Daily devotions are a spiritual discipline that helps us get to know God, that ensures we stay connected to Him, that teaches us truth, that provides a place for worship, and that functions as a daily shelter in the midst of the storms of life. So in a time where we find ourselves amidst one of the greatest storms sweeping through the world, may you find a moment of shelter with the UCC’s Stillspeaking Daily Devotional .