One of our youth visiting a 102 year-old woman from the church

Two women who serve as helpers at Cedar Elementary School being appreciated

Rev. Eric sharing with the children about seeing with eyes of faith


Our vision statement – We strive to be a church that welcomes all and empowers all in Christ to share their God given talents.

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    NEW BEGINNINGS POTLUCK BRUNCH JUNE 5 You are invited to the potluck brunch following the church service on June 5. We will hear a summary of the New Beginnings process and receive...
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    Rev. Eric writes a monthly article for local newspapers. He examines contemporary issues in the context of Biblical and theological truths. Check out these links to his most recent and...

Upcoming Events

MEMORIAL-DAY-PRINTABLE1Join us this Sunday, May 29 for our 9:30 worship service when we will celebrate Memorial Day and lift up the the resilient spirit. We will also have a patriotic hymn sing during the service. Rev. Eric will continue his sermon series looking at the inspiring messages of the different books of the New Testament. Every Sunday he will be preaching from a different book of the New Testament.  On May 29 he will be preaching from the Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians.  In the sermon series he will be using William Barclay’s Guide to the New Testament. Excerpts from the book will be available every Sunday in the Vestry. The message for this Sunday is the “Resilience in the Face of Hardship” and the scripture is 2 Corinthians 4:8 and 11:23-28.

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chileJust in! Elena Huegel – who has served as a Global Ministries Missionary in Chile for 20 years will be touring the U.S. for six months as she discerns next steps. Elena will be available to visit Massachusetts Conference churches from Sept. 15 to 30 where she will share her stories and wisdom from two decades of mission service among the people of Chile.  She will be joining us for a Sunday evening dinner on Sunday, September 25.