Informal Family Service

Watch the live-stream on Sundays at 9:20, or watch the recording anytime after that.

9-19-21: Rev. John Odhner
"Patience"

In times of trial, patience can make life better, but how can we be patient when we are hurting so much? Jacob’s love for Rachel made seven years of work seem like a few days (Genesis 29:20, AC 3827). How can we gain a little more patience? You are invited to join the Sunday live discussion on Zoom at 11:00 am (join at any time between 11:00 and noon): us02web.zoom.us/j/88119217055

NOTE: For the rest of this calendar year, there will be one Sunday every month with no informal service (see dates listed below). However, the Sunday Zoom discussions will continue.
October 3
November 28 (the Sunday after Thanksgiving)
December 26 (the Sunday after Christmas)

NEW COVID-19 Protocol
We are now asking everyone to please wear a mask inside the building.  In Heilman Hall, we will have doors and windows open to circulate the air.  We will continue to have congregational singing while wearing masks.

Informal Worship Service has resumed in person in Heilman Hall!
We will continue holding in-person services in Heilman Hall every Sunday beginning at 9:20 am, as long as it remains safe to do so. The services are also livestreamed and recorded for viewing at home.

Join our live discussions on Zoom every Sunday at 11:00 am: us02web.zoom.us/j/88119217055

Boxcast video
Informal Family Service has not yet resumed to in person. Check back for updates and enjoy the latest worship service below.

You can watch the service using the video above or go to BoxCast to access the video directly and view past services.

Join Our Sunday Zoom Conversation

Every Sunday at 11:00am Eastern time, we have an Informal Service discussion via Zoom.

Planning meetings

You are also invited to participate in our weekly planning meetings, which are now held every Tuesday morning at 10:00 through a Zoom meeting. In these meetings, you would have a chance to help the minister prepare for the Sunday service by discussing the Biblical story and the doctrine, and then brainstorming examples, stories, applications, and relevant music choices, as well as discussing ways to reach all age groups, and planning for the activity or process.