This election season is full of strong opinions and strident language that get at the heart of what matters to us as citizens and as Christians. It has taken a toll on us as individuals, as neighbors, and as a nation. To that end, your pastors believe it is important that the church be a space where we confess our complicity in this season of division, and pray that God might call us all to follow, serve, and welcome each other.
On November 8, Election Day, the Sanctuary will be open from 7:30-9:30am, and 12-1pm. Readings will be available, and you are invited to come, sit in silence, and pray. At the half hour, one of the pastors will lead a short time of prayer for those who are present.