Sunday Zoom Worship – 10:00 AM

All are welcome to join us for worship with communion at 10:00 AM on Sundays via Zoom. Click this Zoom meeting link to attend. Recordings of our services are available on Vimeo.

  • Download this week’s Service Bulletin to follow along
  • Consult our Zoom Guide if you need instructions on how to join a Zoom meeting.
  • For the hearing impaired, you can follow the live transcript of our service on your device. Click here for instructions
  • To attend by phone, call (646) 558-8656 and use Meeting ID 993 8472 5338 and Passcode 093259 when prompted

Sunday Outdoor Worship – 8:30 AM

Our Sunday outdoor worship with communion takes place at 8:30 AM, weather permitting. Any cancellation decision will be announced by 7:00 PM on Saturday.  If you wish to attend please use the online signup link HERE . The CDC advises that it is safe for fully vaccinated individuals who are two weeks after their final vaccination to gather outdoors unmasked even though it is possible that unvaccinated individuals are present. The CDC advises that unvaccinated individuals attending such outdoor gatherings continue to wear masks for their own safety.  We will continue to maintain social distancing and many people will choose to continue to wear masks even after they are fully vaccinated.  Please bring your own lawn chair.

If you have not signed up online but still wish to attend the outdoor service, please know that you are welcome! We will just as that you sign in upon arrival so that we know who attended for contact tracing purposes.

We will also continue to provide our weekly Zoom services for those who feel safest worshipping at home.

Anti-racism Resources

Understanding Racism in Our Times: Learning More

On February 21st, William Wood led a robust Adult Forum that explored Luther, Bonhoeffer, Black Lives Matter and the role of the church. The conversations were direct, heartfelt & coupled with genuine dialogue. There were several personal stories.

As the forum wrapped up there was an expressed desire for more information, so individuals could explore the issues further on their own.

Susan Greco organized some starter information from a variety of sources, and with differing opinions, for use by the Faith community.

If you are interested in learning more, click here to see Susan’s compilation of anti-racism resources!