Sermons, Praise & News
This week in worship, we have two stories of Jesus in conflict with religious leaders about the meaning of the Sabbath. We're exploring Luke 6:1-11, which you can read here on Bible Gateway. Sabbath is an unfamiliar concept for many of us. It's associated with...
On months with five Sundays, we take the Fifth Sunday to experiment with semi-programmed worship. Friends meetings identify along a spectrum from programmed to unprogrammed, based on how much of the service is planned ahead of time. We're a...
Wondering how to start conversations with your child(ren) about spiritual topics? Wilmington Yearly Meeting offers these queries for children to get you started: Do you try to feel God's love wherever you are? Do you pray everyday and follow Christ's example at school...
Save your stamps, and help women in India, Sierra Leone, and Kenya! For many years, Muriel Hiatt was our stamp collector. Friends around the country would clip collectable stamps and bring them to the meetinghouse, and Muriel would mail them off: first to Brad...
We aren’t a big church, but we strive to be a giving and action-oriented community, supporting people and causes both locally and globally. This Christmas, we lived that out by supporting four ministries that matter to us. Please consider joining us in supporting...
From Blueprints, of the United Society of Friends Women, in their 1972-73 edition: I was hungry, and you formed a humanities club and discussed my hunger. Thank you. I was imprisoned and you crept off quietly to your chapel in the suburb and prayed for...
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