Discipleship

Discipleship

Discipleship is learning to follow Jesus, learning about both him and ourselves, learning to love as God loves: all, no exceptions. Jesus commands us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves, but how can we love ourselves if we don’t know who we are? By discovering and understanding ourselves in community, we learn to empathize with those around us and manifest God’s realm on earth.

Christian Education

Sunday School

Regardless of where you are in life’s journey, there is a place for you. You can find classes for pre-K through 12th grade during the entire year. A seasonal adult-supervised nursery is also available. We are always looking for volunteers to lead classes or help guide our youth.

Our Sermons

Creature Comforts; Rev. Dee Ledger, October 14, 2018

Mark 10:17-31
What are your personal creature comforts?  What are those things that you would miss so much that your brain would start crying out without them, things that can soothe your soul like no other,

Continue reading Creature Comforts; Rev. Dee Ledger, October 14, 2018

And We Shall Be Taught By God, Rev. Dee Ledger; October 7, 2018


  Does your stomach growl? Likely you’ve had the experience of being in a meeting or somewhere important, and your stomach starts to rattle and make its presence known.  A couple of

Continue reading And We Shall Be Taught By God, Rev. Dee Ledger; October 7, 2018

Resisting and Reconciling, A Sermon for Native American Ministry Sunday, Rev. Dee Ledger, September 30, 2018

James 5:13-20
The Canadian and former chief of the First Nations Assembly, George Erasmus of the Dene Nation once said, “Where common memory is lacking, where people do not share in the same past, there can be

Continue reading Resisting and Reconciling, A Sermon for Native American Ministry Sunday, Rev. Dee Ledger, September 30, 2018

Re-Imagining Greatness; Guest Preacher: Rev. Jean Thompson, September 23, 2018


Go to the back of the line! I invite you to think of any line you remember being in, and think how it would have felt to be told at some point to go to the end, the back of the line! Not good,

Continue reading Re-Imagining Greatness; Guest Preacher: Rev. Jean Thompson, September 23, 2018

Wordsmith; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 16, 2018

James 3:1-12
Once a small town was visited by a saint. And as she passed by a small hut, a man came to her and begged her to pray and care for his critically injured boy.  Since the woman was new to the town, a

Continue reading Wordsmith; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 16, 2018

Breathing Room; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 9, 2018

Isaiah 35:4-7
Some of you know that my family recently placed a “Little Free Library” outside our home.  Weekly, I check on the books and tidy up, as needed.  Monthly, I try to rotate the books, clearing out

Continue reading Breathing Room; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 9, 2018

Infinite Illusions; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 2, 2018

Jeremiah 8:4-7
What makes you weep? For some of us, the beauty of a moment, a needed embrace, or the love of a child can make us weep.  For some of us, hard experience can make us weep.  We know what it is

Continue reading Infinite Illusions; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 2, 2018

Dwelling Place; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 26, 2018

I Kings 8 (1,6,10-11)22-30,41-43 and Psalm 84
Having grown up as the daughter of a postmaster, I have been always intrigued by the mail.  I grew up reading stories about the Pony Express, about kings and queens placing their seal on royal

Continue reading Dwelling Place; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 26, 2018

It’s About Time; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 19, 2018

Ephesians 5: 15-20
My boys are learning about time.  What the big hand means.  What the little hand means.  How to read the digital display on the stove and in the car.  How many minutes make an hour, how many

Continue reading It’s About Time; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 19, 2018

Soul Matters; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 12, 2018

Psalm 130
Friends, is it well with your soul?  How is it going with your soul?  I know that this may seem an unusual question.  Perhaps not so unusual for a minister to ask his or her congregation, but

Continue reading Soul Matters; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 12, 2018
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