In this time of extraordinary challenge and strife, we want you to know that you are not alone. We are here for you. To those mourning the victims of racism and brutality, we mourn with you, and offer this prayer:
God is in every one of us. Let us remember that, and treat each other with the respect that divinity deserves. Our hearts go out to those who seek justice and those who wait for justice. We pray for an end to violence and abuse. We pray that grace will lead us to peace and equality. May love unite us.
To everyone affected by the pandemic, we extend comfort and support. We welcome you to our online community, where we offer virtual Sunday services, classes, prayer, meditation, youth activities, and music to help you remain grounded and spiritually connected. If you need one-on-one prayer, we’re a phone call away. If you need practical information about the COVID-19 virus and how to keep yourselves and your families safe, here are the CDC guidelines.
We are reviewing the latest health and safety information to develop appropriate plans, practices, and schedules for reopening our church building for the variety of activities that take place on Sunday and throughout the week.
Above all, remember: we are divine beings, divinely connected, even when we must maintain physical distance. Let us act in unity to take care of ourselves and each other.
The light of God surrounds us and the love of God enfolds us.