In the Gospel of John, Jesus often asks his followers: "What are you looking for?"
How might you respond? Are you looking for answers to questions of social justice, are you looking for a place where you can honestly explore your deepest questions, are you looking for a community where you can worship in song and prayer?
Most of us are spiritually hungry for something, but it's not always easy to say just what. On one occasion, Jesus' followers, not sure how to respond, simply asked: "Teacher, where are you staying?" And he said, "Come and see." John says the disciples "came and saw, and they remained with him the rest of that day."
As you browse this website about our faith community, I invite you to come and see and, if you wish, to remain a while.
Marilyn Zehr, lead pastor
Christian Education begins at 10 a.m. (children's choir meets at 9:45). Worship begins at 11 a.m., with coffee, tea and conversation following. This week, Palm Sunday, we continue our Lenten theme: Encountering God: What have we witnessed.
Please see the Visitors and Upcoming Events section above for more information.
Don't miss the special services that will take place during this most important season of the Christian year.
Palm Sunday (April 13) 11 a.m.
Good Friday (April 18):
11 a.m. Interactive family service reflecting on the events of Holy Week
7 p.m. Service with Communion dramatizing the Passion of Christ, oriented to teens and adults
Easter (April 20)
6 a.m. Sunrise vigil on the beach: breakfast of bread and fish grilled over an open fire, with reflections on Jesus feeding his disciples after the Resurrection (please RSVP
if you plan to attend)
11 a.m. Celebration of the Resurrection at 1774 Queen E., followed by sharing of sweet Easter breads
Dave vs. the Bully: A contemporary retelling of the David and Goliath tale in which violence is overcome by courage, smarts –– and maybe something more. A "Kid Shorts" video by our own Paul Plett! (Note: Paul has a Kickstarter campaign going to fund more delightful Kid Shorts based on biblical stories. Learn more here.)
Who Are The Mennonites? in ASL: Created for hearing-impaired users of American Sign Language, this video is a great primer on what Mennonites are all about.
Olympic skating legend Scott Hamilton speaks movingly of how his Christian faith has brought hope and meaning to his life in I Am Second.