We come from many different religious backgrounds -- some of us are "cradle Episcopalians" while others started out as atheists and agnostics, Methodists, Baptists, Lutherans, or Catholics. We've lived here all our lives, like our parents and grandparents before us, or we've moved here as children or as adults. We prize our shared delight in worship and community here, we prize our individual uniquenesses and our commonalities. We find, in the Episcopal Church, that we are able to be different in some ways but still be one in Christ.
We strongly believe that nothing can ever separate us from the Love of God in Christ Jesus, as Saint Paul said (Romans 8:38). We welcome all, whatever your past or present, to come and worship with us, to learn with us, to pray with us, and to grow with us! And -- perhaps -- we can worship with you, learn with you, pray with you, and grow with you, as well!
On this website, you will find information concerning our church and its ministries. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving church, and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us for anything you need. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.
When you visit our church, you will find:
"May God bless you richly, that you may bear abundant fruit and glorify the Father." (John 15:8)
Evelyn Wheeler, Rector
We will be offering a book study on Sundays in Advent (9:00 - 9:45 AM) on the themes of Peace, Justice, Fearlessness, and Faithfulness, using guided prayer and readings from Isaiah and Matthew and reflections, beginning November 27.
Bp Cate has written a letter about the national elections to the Diocesan household. You can read it here.
The Rector's Response to the Election.
Read about our bishop-elect.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry recently visited the Sacred Stone Camp established by members of the Standing Rock Reservation, and populated predominately by representatives of indigenous peoples across North America and around the world, who are taking action to protect the waters of the Missouri River from the risks of an oil pipeline. Here are some resources that you may find helpful to explain why they are taking these actions, and how you can help.
Presiding Bishop Curry Speaks at Standing Rock
Presiding Bishop tells Standing Rock protectors ‘the way of Jesus honors the water’
Episcopal Public Policy Network Resources (opens PDF file)
Come on the fourth Thursday (except November) of each month at 12:00 noon for our healing service, with prayer, anointing, and laying on of hands, and Holy Eucharist. All are welcome. There will a healing service Thursday, December 22.
Members of Vestry: Pam Jones, Lisa Rosenberger, Jim Schell, Ted Todd, John Hawk, Lynda Vogler (senior warden), Marcia Lucas, Nancy Watson, Barbara Kiffmeyer (people's warden).
Convention Delegates: Richard Dickie and Ted Todd