In keeping the food justice/food sovereignty conversation relevant, our Young Adult Volunteer, Jenn Landrein, will begin another book study series in the new year with Closing the Food Gap: Resetting the Table in the Land of Plenty by Mark Winne. From poverty to farmers' markets to food pantries to food insecurity, Winne tells the story of how we get our food and how societal status affects our food access and consumption. Please consider joining us on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm to engage in meaningful discussion about the food gap and its relevance to our lives, as well as those of our neighbors. For more information or to request a book, contact Jenn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The church reforming, and being reformed
The life of any church is a balance between tradition and innovation, between doing what we have always done and finding new things to do. If you have been looking for a worshiping community that is solidly grounded in its faith, that knows its history and its traditions, but is also engaged in rediscovering the core elements of Christian faith, and re-envisioning them in the light of today's world, then come worship with us.
Rational, worshipful, spiritual and communal, we strive to live out our faith in community. Our services are open to all who seek the Grace of Jesus Christ, who desire the know the love of God and hunger for the fellowship of the Spirit.
"I invite all seekers, all inquirers and all those interested in discovering (or rediscovering) the Reformed Traditions of the Christian faith to come and fellowship with us."