It's time to make plans for the fall!
This fall share your faith, find fellowship, and grow in your relationship with God. We are offering NEW opportunities to learn and grow (providing in-person classes and zoom meetings). Below you will find the full listings and easily be able to register for the class of your choice.
Justice Wild Card: A Study for Young Adults
Mondays 7:00-8:30pm via Zoom,
September 14 - October 26

A 7-week study exploring a variety of topics (education, voting rights, food insecurity, mass incarceration, immigration, LBGTQ rights, environment) and learning from different experts through mixed mediums (podcasts, Ted talks, videos, animated teaching, etc). Each week you will be asked to watch, read, and/or listen before the study and we will spend Mondays from 7:00-8:30pm in discussion. We will be intersectional in our work, discussion, and reflection. The study will take place from September 14 - October 26 and you can be part of the whole study or pick what topics you want to learn about as each session is stand alone.

To sign up for the study, please contact Pastor Kate to get the curated Justice Wild Card schedule.
Sundays at 9:30am, Room 205
You are invited to join in on a topical Bible study called “Anxiety: Finding Comfort and Reassurance from God” by Skip McDonald. She is an African American theologian, campus minister, and former registered nurse. Contact Mike Hickerson at 
Pastor’s Tuesday Morning Zoom Class, Tuesdays, Beginning September 15th, 10:00am
Pastor Doug’s Tuesday morning class will resume meeting, September 15, 10:00am by zoom meeting. The class will study Derek Flood’s book, Disarming Scripture: Cherry-Picking Liberals, Violence-Loving Conservatives, and Why We all Need to Learn to Read the Bible Like Jesus Did.  Join us on Tuesday mornings, 10:00 – 11:30am. Come when you can, miss when you must. To register or any questions, please contact Pastor Doug at
Pastor Dave’s Zoom Study Thursdays 6:00pm-7:30pm, Sept. 17-Oct. 22

A six-week book and DVD study titled, “Reckless Love” by Tom Berlin. Berlin suggests that Jesus teaches us how to love God with heart, soul, mind and strength by showing us how to love our neighbor.
While many hope to learn to be better family, friends, leaders and neighbors by finding a deeper relationship with God, what if becoming a better neighbor leads us to a deeper love of God? Book donation $10.00. Pick up book in office. Deadline to register Sept. 11. Please register through Realm or with Pastor Dave at
New Ventures Class
11:00 am, Sunday Mornings
Zoom meeting until further notice
We will start with the book, “What Do We Do With Evil,” by Richard Rohr. If God is good and God is love, is evil simply the absence of God? Or, is there a cause behind evil that seeks an insidious direction and outcome in our world? Is evil systemic, or is it about personal choices? We continue to grow, learn and change on this faith journey. This book invites all of us into conversation about what is often unexplainable, but at times, very real. Questions? Contact Michael Vilardo at