Lenten Worship Series

The Wisdom in Not Knowing 

Sundays, March 1 – April 5

“Being receptive to the unknown, in all its many facets, allows us to become more open, curious, flexible, and expansive in our lives.”    — Estelle Frankel

To most of us, the unknown is both friend and foe.  At times, it can be a source of paralyzing fear and uncertainty, and at other times it can be a starting point for adventure, creativity, and transformation. How we relate to the unknown is a key element in all personal growth and healing.

The mystery of the unknown is the realm where faith operates. God is the ultimate unknown and unknowable reality, that we are paradoxically invited to know. By tapping into the nature of not knowing, we grow our souls.

Our Lenten services will draw on a variety of music of the Lenten season.  Sermons by Rev. Jan Reynolds draw from insights in The Wisdom of Not Knowing by Estelle Frankel.  Teachings will also be offered by Rev. Bob Conover, Rabbi Steve Finley and Ed Vaughn. We will feature contemporary art that focuses on the theme of “walking in the unknown.”

Join us this Sunday for worship services at 9:00am & 10:30am

This Sunday’s message:
Appreciating the Mystery in Our Relationships
Scripture References:
Psalm 119 and John 12:27-36
Rev. Jan Reynolds

We hope you’ll join us!