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News for February 27, 2024


This Sunday, Mar 3: In-person service at 10am

Our guest preacher on Sunday will be our own Roy Gesley, with a 2-part sermon on the story of blind Bartimaeus (Mark 10:46-52). Part 1 will be on Zoom, this Wednesday 2/28 at 7 pm. It will be recorded and posted on the website, in case you have a conflict with the time. Part 2 will be on Sunday morning as usual. We will also celebrate communion on Sunday.


Worship & Arts will meet after the Sunday service.


The Giving Sunday offering for March is for Stefan Waligur's Community of Peace in Louisa, Virginia. They've made so much progress in the last few years, welcoming residential members and hosting many temporary visitors, refurbishing buildings on their property, adding a labyrinth and chickens and so forth. We regularly sing a number of chants written by Br. Stefan and this is our way of saying thank you.

Recent sermons

Check out our YouTube page to see recent sermons. Go to our archive of slides to see bulletins and slides used during recent services.

Starting in Sept 2023, recordings of our Taize services are also on the YouTube page.


Postcard parties coming

Save the dates: Sunday, April 14 and 28, 3-5 pm. We'll be writing postcards to encourage people to vote in Congressional primaries in Georgia.


Upcoming services and events

• "Bartimaeus", Part 1: Wed, Feb 28 (7 pm) on Zoom.

Roy Gesley's Mar 3 sermon is coming to us in two parts. The first part is mostly talking, on Zoom on Wed evening next week; the second part, on Sun, Mar 3, will be more experiential.

Worship & Arts: Sun, Mar 3 after worship. 

Come help us plan the rest of Lent and Holy Week.

• Book Group: Sun, Mar 3 (7 pm), Zoom

Our next book will be "Horse" by Geraldine Brooks. Note the new date.

• Taize: Fri, Mar 8 (7:30 pm) 

Our Lenten Taize service.

• Weds discussion group: Mar 13 (7 pm), Zoom

"Basic Bible Stories", meeting the main characters of the Old Testament. Our next stories are about Esther and Job, both worthy of our attention.


Links and resources

Homebrewed Christianity and the Westar Institute are offering a 5-week online class with John Dominic Crossan on The Historical Jesus, Tuesdays during Lent at 11am starting Feb 20. Donate what you will.

Snow geese flock is an impressive sight!

Boogie woogie at a London railway station is just plain fun.


Quote of the week

"Everything that needs to be said has already been said. But, since no one was listening, everything must be said again." -- Andre Gide


Weekly events

• Meditation group: Wednesdays at 7:30 am

In person at the church building.

• Sunday worship: 10 am

In person at the church building.



Image: Roy Gesley

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