Inspirational Sunday services livestreamed every Sunday at 10 a.m.
Rather listen than watch? Check out our podcast.
Missed a service? Watch a past Sunday, Wednesday, Healing Light, or holiday service.
8 & 10 a.m. In-Person
10 a.m. Livestream
American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation is available in-person at our 10 a.m. service.
Sun., Dec. 10
Two-Week Sunday Series
Do You Believe in Magic?
with Josh Reeves
There are moments when the sense of family relationships being as brittle as that glass teetering at the edge of the kids’ table is what happens when the hope for holiday cheer transforms into holiday stress. Whoever says magic isn’t real is engaging in sleight of hand. We learn of Christmas magic through our great myths and stories, whether they are religious, or in television and film. Even if the stories may be fiction, what they teach is real.
Music: Featuring Jennifer Burnett and the Mile Hi Band
The Soul of Christmas
Christmas Eve Morning Service
Be the Christmas
THIS SERVICE WILL BE HELD IN THE VOGT AUDITORIUM AT 10 A.M. ONLY AND WILL NOT BE LIVESTREAMED.
Finish Everyday and Be Done With It
Sat., Dec. 23 & Sun., Dec. 24
Christmas Candlelight Services
Sat., Dec. 23 at 1, 4*, & 7 p.m.
Sun., Dec. 24 at 1*, 4, & 7 p.m.
7 p.m. Livestream on both nights
*American Sign Language interpretation is available.
Childcare for ages 5 and under is available at all services.
Christmas isn’t only a holiday at the end of the year. It is a vision of a greater world—dignity, inclusion, and peace for all. This vision, inspired by the life and teachings of Jesus, calls to us through the magic of the season.
What is the call? To be the Christmas you want to see in the world!
The magic of the story of Christ and many of what the Christmas tales tell us, is real. It’s about opening our hearts. It’s about releasing grievances for song, despair for peace, sternness for laughter, and doubt for faith. When the magic of Christmas enters our hearts, we get to share its inspiration everywhere we go.
This year, our candlelight services will be a beacon for Christmas Magic that warms the soul, brings a smile, and reminds us of the light within. And to celebrate it! Don’t hide your light under a bushel. Shine with us, and together, we’ll make Christmas Magic.
Rejoice in the music of the holidays presented by our incredible musical artists. Featuring Acoustic Eidolon, Sheryl Renee, Gianna Neathammer, Bradley Hall, Jennifer Burnett, Barry Ebert, Thom Lich, the Mile Hi Choir directed by Rebecca Stoutamire, and the Mile Hi Band with Kent Rautenstraus, Rob Lowe, Mike Marlier, and Bijoux Barbosa.
Wed., Dec. 6
Family Christmas Service
Breakfast-For-Dinner: 5 – 6:15 p.m., Community Center, Love Offering
Service: 6:30 – 7:15 p.m., Teel Sanctuary and Livestream
Christmas Cookies: 7:15 p.m., Teel Sanctuary Lobby
American Sign Language interpretation is available. Childcare for ages 5 and under is available.
Join us for breakfast-for-dinner featuring pancakes, frittata, sausage, and fruit. Enjoy crafts and games. Santa will be making an appearance at our dinner. So, be sure you and your family visit with him before the service begins at 6:30 p.m.!
After the service, cookies will be served, there will be photo opportunities, and a last chance to visit with Santa in the Teel Sanctuary lobby.
Featuring: Youth Choir, Barry Ebert, Stacy Butters, Paul Borrillo, Michelle Bailey, Bobby Dartt, and the Mile Hi Band
Wed., Dec. 20
Winter Solstice Service
The Cycle of Light
Native American Fry Bread: 5:30 – 6:45 p.m., Community Center, Love Offering
Service: 7 p.m., Teel Sanctuary and Livestream
American Sign Language interpretation is available.
The gifts of fire, light, and the many powers of the creatures of the natural world were celebrated by our ancestors at midwinter. We are the great cycle of light and realize all of life is connected. We honor inhabitants of the world and anchor the cycle of light in an indigenous way.
Join us for authentic Native American fry bread with honey and jam, compliments of Lakota Way Healing Center. All proceeds benefit the center.
Featuring: Lakota Way Healing Center Founder, Doug Good Feather, and Thom Lich.
Wed., Nov. 22
Thanksgiving Eve Service
Bountiful Blessings Abound
Thanksgiving Pies: 5:30 p.m., Community Center
Service: 6:30 p.m., Teel Sanctuary and Livestream
American Sign Language interpretation is available.
Our Thanksgiving Eve service starts at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Center with pie! The church will provide some pies, but please feel free to bring a pie, or two, to share!
Service will start at 6:30 p.m. in the Teel Sanctuary. There will be warm, beautiful music, readings, and sharing from our ministers. Children will be welcomed to share what they are grateful for during the service.
We will be complete by 7:30 p.m., so everyone can get home and rest as we head into the Thanksgiving holiday.
Music: Featuring Laura Berman, Thom Lich, and the Mile Hi Band
WEDNESDAY NIGHT INSIGHT
A minister insight, a practitioner prayer, and time for meditation.
5 p.m. In-person only, Vogt Auditorium
(This service will not be livestreamed.)
Sun., Jan. 14, 2024
WE WILL NOT HAVE A SERVICE IN DECEMBER
A unique hour of meditation, guided imagery, and gentle and spiritually energizing music.
The indoor labyrinth is available from 4 – 7 p.m. in the Community Center.