Imagine a modern church where all are truly welcome—an inclusive church where there are no limits based on sexual orientation gender identity, socioeconomic status, citizenship, or marital status. Imagine a place for families to raise up children with love for neighbor and creation. We are a faith family with a deep history of loving Jesus and living into new ways of being Church. Our gatherings invoke ancient and new ways. Join us for the adventure of being a church working to increase justice, inclusion, and family in our world amidst these uncertain times.
There are no Live Streams of the reflections on February 26, or March 26 as these are Mission Sundays only on Zoom.
As we meet indoors, we require face masks for everyone’s safety. We also ask those attending in-person are updated on their COVID-19 vaccines which includes the initial series plus the new bivalent booster. If you aren’t up-to-date on your vaccines or are experiencing cold, allergy, or flu-like symptoms, please join us online.
We gather at the Sacred Place Mission Center each Sunday at 10:30 am for our hybrid fellowship with our friends on Zoom which we call Sacred Place Together. Then, at 11 am, Pastor Matthew shares a reflection with some music which is live streamed on Facebook and YouTube and shared on Zoom.
Justice-making is often daunting when our world feels so unjust at times. Finding something tangible that will actually have an impact can be difficult, but it is rewarding—not just for us who do the work, but for those who benefit from that work.
Including others in our world takes intentional effort to create places of welcome, places of safety, places of belonging. That work extends far beyond our online or in-person gatherings.
Sustaining the family of God starts with ourselves and grows to include the community around us. We work to find small ways of living out our mission in our community so that we might align our actions with our hearts.
We work hard to create a Sacred Place where people do the work of justice in our world, especially in our communities. The themes of justice, inclusion, and family are the heart of who we are called to be and who we strive to be.