Assisting: Pastor – Rev. Anna Anderson; Assisting Minister – Gerry Toth; Altar Guild – George & Susan Toth; Organist – Michael Lewallen; Videographer – Shane Gainer; Hospitality Team - Wendell Anderson, Shelley Bennett, Marsel Gray and Peter Juhl.
Holy Communion is distributed on the outdoor labyrinth at 10:45 on Sundays.
Please follow the directions of the hospitality team for distancing and hand sanitizing.
Masks are available if you forget yours.
Zoom over to the Virtual Coffee Hour
Zoom chat with fellow members and friends after worship. Look for login information in Saturday's email. We hope to see you there!
Preparing for Michael's departure
The team planning for church music going forward after Michael's retirement has begun work on contracting for supply organists for the fall. If you have a suggestion, please contact Pastor Anna.
Sing For Joy
Enhance your understanding of the weekly scripture readings by listening to Sing For Joy from St. Olaf College. The Sing For Joy radio program has a simple mission: to explore the weekly themes of Christian worship by providing the best in sacred choral music and thoughtful commentary. The musical performances eloquently "do the talking," while the concise remarks from host Pastor Bruce Benson illuminate the meaning of the texts.
In addition to listening to Sunday sermons, you can now re-watch the entire service while the bulletin scrolls beside it. Thanks to David Day who reworked and improved the audio of each video for inclusion on our website. Take a look.
Our annual meeting to elect Council members and vote on the budget is scheduled for September 13 on the outdoor labyrinth following worship. Please plan to come. Masks and social distance will be observed. We do not expect it to be long, so if you have an issue you'd like brought up, please let a council member know so that it can be put on the agenda at the August 10 council meeting.
Council Meeting via Zoom is 7 pm Monday, August 10.
Sing Along . . . Until We Return
A priest's parody of the hit Hamilton song turns King George's threat into a joyful promise.