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Sunday worship is 9:30 am

July 14 sermon: Catastrophes and Fig Trees

The landowner isn't an angry God. The landowner, I would suggest to you, is Caesar, Herod, Pilate and all the murderous leaders of the empire who destroy people in trees, the breakers of the law, profiteers at the expense of God's creation — effectively the rapists of the land of milk and honey. Jesus envisions the land as holy, in a need of nurturing, caring for, ensuring the flourishing of all creation. This contrasts with a vision of empire, which always violently takes, impatiently destroys, and demands immediate results.

Rev. Fred Harrell

Zoom Central

We worship and hold adult education classes in person in the sanctuary or online via Zoom or Facebook. Meetings of Elders, Deacons and church committees are held on Zoom. Masks are not mandatory, but we encourage their use at Stone Church.

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Taizé meditation & prayer

Taizé services are held in-person only (no Zoom) at 6:45 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month except Advent and Lent, when services are weekly. The prelude begins at 6:35 p.m. 

Taizé when you want it

Our former pianist, Pamela Hood, recorded a video Taizé service video for your meditation between in-person services. Just click on the video box at left.

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