Informal Family Service

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

Informal Worship Service has resumed in person in Heilman Hall!
We will continue holding in-person services every Sunday, as long as it remains safe to do so. We will have doors and windows open to circulate the air. We will be following the same protocol as the Cathedral: Based on current health guidance, we understand that anyone who is fully vaccinated can safely participate in indoor and outdoor activities, large or small, without wearing a mask and that physical distancing need not be great. Therefore, masks are now optional for vaccinated people, and you are invited to participate in congregational singing. If you are not ready to return to in-person services, you can also watch the live-stream (or the recording of the live-stream) in the video player below.

8-1-21: Rev. Jeremy Simons
“The Parable of the Mustard Seed”

This parable in Matthew 13 gives us hope when we wonder if we can ever improve, and it also helps us to see that things that seem small and unimportant may grow to be very important. You are invited to come in person to this service in Heilman Hall at 9:20 am. Masks are not required if you are fully vaccinated. This service will also be livestreamed and recorded, and available online.
Join our live discussions on Zoom every Sunday at 11:00 am:

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.