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Called by Christ we invite all people, celebrating the diversity of God’s creation. Reformation is an affirming congregation for all: rejoicing with the young and old, welcoming people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, working to cultivate an accessible and inclusive community for all abilities, and embracing all races, cultures, and faith traditions.
We serve our neighbors following the teachings of Christ. Reformation responds to the needs of the most vulnerable – providing nourishment and comfort, supporting the work of the local and global church, and protecting God’s creation for future generations.
We build a living faith emboldened by the Holy Spirit. Reformation embodies the unconditional love of God through worshiping and learning together and valuing the gifts of everyone. To create the fullness of our community of faith, we nurture relationships, pursue racial equity and gender justice, and advocate for the wellbeing of the marginalized.
Please join us – ALL are welcome at Reformation! April 2 Palm Sunday 8:30 am & 11:00 am worship The Great and Holy Week begins with the celebration of Jesus’ triumphal entry to Jerusalem accompanied by the waving of palm branches and shouts of Hosanna! Worship begins with the Liturgy of Palms during which everyone […]
Easter Food Bags When the holidays approach, we think of serving our neighbors who are less fortunate. Reformation will once again provide nonperishable grocery items and gift cards for our neighbors in need during the Easter Season. Bags, along with a list of needed items, will be available on Sunday, March 12. Please feel free […]
On March 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 we invite you to gather for a soup supper and fellowship at 6:30 p.m. in Creighton Hall. The soup supper will be followed by Holden Evening Prayer in the sanctuary at 7:30 p.m. You are welcome to join us for both – or come and join us […]
Our 2023 Lent Book is Hope: A User’s Manual by MaryAnn McKibben Dana. Copies are available at the church, as a Kindle download or from your favorite book seller. Contact the church office if you need assistance obtaining a copy. A virtual conversation with the author will be held on March 28 at 7:00 pm.
Stations in the Street Prayer Path. Reformation’s wood chipped path will once again host Stations in the Street – an art exhibit of the stations of the cross by Scott Erikson. You are welcome to visit the path anytime during Lent – February 22 to April 9. Booklets with information about the art and reflections […]
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