Worship Themes

Worship- Every Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

May 5

Imagining God: Race, Grace and the Image of the Almighty, Guest Preacher Dr. Alexander Jun 

Guest Preacher Dr. Alexander Jun 

Alexander Jun is a professor of higher education and former presbyterian elder. He is author of numerous books, including White Jesus: The Architecture of Racism in Religion and Education. He earned his Ph.D. in education policy from the University of Southern California. He is married and has three young adult children. 

May 12

Imagining God: Mothering God 

Mother’s Day isn’t a one-size-fits-all experience. Some are overjoyed. Some feel pain and heartache. Come and hear several reflections on the impacts and meaning of Mother’s Day to members of our congregation, as well as what it means to imagine a Mothering God.   

May 19


Wear fire colors (red, orange, yellow) to celebrate this special Sunday where we celebrate the Holy Spirit alive and active in our world today.  

May 26


This contemplative service will invite the congregation into music, meditation, silence, candle lighting and prayer.  

June 2

Oil & Water: A Perfect Salad Dressing, Guest Preacher Dr. Eric Bishop 

Like many my age, I was raised on School House Rock. And we learned there, and in school, about America being the “mixing pot.” But we now know that we are more of a salad, where our identities stand out, rather than be lost together. This sermon will reflect on the mixing of distinct identities that actually should blend us together rather than separate us as we sit in a time of confusion and conflict.