Remote Worship (Weekly)

Update as of 4/16/20:  Live Sunday worship is back with a Facebook Live stream.

Join us on our Facebook page:
Remember to go to the “Videos” tab for the Live Stream.  You may need to refresh your page to see the live stream.

Starting at 9:55 am each week, Amy Kapp, Music Director, will play prelude music to center us with worship beginning at 10:00 am.

Time With the Children in Worship – As Pastor Doug speaks with children who are participating in worship, he may engage them from time to time to submit or share personal reflections (drawings, photos, poems) on his message.  Contingent upon permission from the parents or guardian, results may be shared during worship.  To grant permission, please submit a release form.


Check back after Sunday for a recorded copy of worship!

Sunday, May 24, 2020
Seventh Sunday of Easter
“Glorifying God in a Pandemic”
by Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor

Liturgy & Music PDF:  [download here]

Acts 1:6-14 / John 17:1-11

The disciples overheard Jesus praying for them. He prayed they would understand that eternal life isn’t a hereafter but here and now experience. Glorifying God isn’t singing praises but revealing the nature of God. With the disciples expected to live this kind of faith, no wonder Jesus prayed for them.

Sunday, May 17, 2020
Sixth Sunday of Easter
“If You Love Me…”
by Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor

Liturgy & Music PDF:  [download here]

Psalm 66:8-20 / John 14:15-21

Jesus begins his discourse with the strangest statement:  “If you love me…”  If?  Of course we love him.  Then, Jesus said, show me!  Feed my sheep and tend to the lambs, i.e., care for others as I have cared for you.

Sunday, May 10, 2020
Fifth Sunday of Easter
“Stones, Houses and Priests…Oh My!”
by Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor

Liturgy & Music PDF:  [download here]

1 Peter 2:2-10 / John 14:1-14

The first Christians developed a strong communal ethic as witnessed in the Acts of the Apostles. They shared everything for the common good. They also ministered to one another as the priests in the Temple might minister the the people. The Spirit of God held them together and inspired them to be this kind of people.