Current Month Services

Religious Education - Children & Youth Programs

Pre-K - 5th grade and Youth (5th - 8th grade) programs are offered on Sunday mornings. Children in grade 5 may attend the program that is the best match for them. Nursery childcare for infants through age four is also provided.

Due to our Safe Congregation policy, each classroom will have two adults working with the children and youth at all times.


March Theme - Seeds of Change and Hope

Sunday, March 3 - Andi Kramer, coordinator
10:30 Service:  “This I Believe - Matters of Faith”
What spiritual practices sustain you?


Sunday, March 10 -  Rev. Jane Lippert, guest speaker, Hal Gurian, coordinator
10:30 Service:  “International Women’s Day”
The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no one organization, but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights.


Sunday, March 17 - Max Old Bear, coordinator
10:30 Service:  “Our American Tapestry”
All immigrants, including the Irish are a part of our nation's rich and colorful fabric. All provide strength, color, and contributions to our national tapestry. They contribute to our government, our law, and our medicine. They also contribute greatly to our rich musical and artistic heritage. Join us following the service for  a Celebrate the "Green!” Potluck Lunch to wrap up our Pledge Drive! All are welcome!


Sunday, March 24 - Welcome Rev. Beth Marshall! Amanda Mangiardi, coordinator
10:30 Service:  “Building Cathedrals”
Good things come to those who wait, and to those who dedicate themselves for the long haul. Come celebrate a bold future of strength and daring.


Sunday, March 31 - Rev. Beth Marshall, Mary Van Valin, coordinator
10:30 Service:  “Life on the Margins”
Today’s service will build upon these thoughts from Fr. Gregory Boyle:
“For our true height in love, it seems, is measured in how expansively we can outstretch our arms, with generosity and love. Sometimes there are lessons to be learned at the margins that can’t be learned elsewhere.”