Dec
6
5:30 PM17:30

Sunday worship — A spirituality of contentment for dealing with money

As we look at ways to plug the holes in our spiritualities, we inevitably come up against our use of money. There's a reason why Jesus named it Mammon and gave it idol status. Money is an essential part of our everyday lives and yet it can be such a powerfully enslaving force because so few of us have a spirituality adequate for dealing with it. Thankfully, the Scriptures speak to it so frequently and so well.

View Event →
Nov
29
5:30 PM17:30

First Sunday of Advent

Advent is the season of preparing and waiting for the coming of Jesus. While the rest of our culture rushes into its celebration of warm feelings and mass consumption, Advent is a season of fasting and reflection. While our culture presses outward and lives on the surface, we turn inward and care for our souls. So, tonight, we'll spend time with Zechariah and Elizabeth and they discover and unexpected silence and fullness with the coming of an angel.

View Event →
Nov
22
5:30 PM17:30

Sunday worship — A spirituality of community in a fragmented culture

Nothing brings more joy or more pain to us than our human relationships. We need each other and yet we struggle to find and be community. As we continue our exploration of the holes we have in our spiritualities, we'll spend time exploring the Scriptures to see what our God (who as Trinity is community) has to say about developing a spirituality that enables us to do this community thing well.

View Event →
Oct
4
5:30 PM17:30

Sunday worship — the low & the empty

We all have holes. Gaps in our spirituality that are revealed by the details of everyday life. In the face of these inadequacies, we long for a spirituality adequate for the things we deal with. But where do we look? The book of Psalms is a collection of prayers and poems that God's people have used for 2,500 years to shape an adequate spirituality. Unfortunately, they've been shelved in more recent years. We will pull them down, dust them off, and explore them in our quest for a more comprehensive spirituality of everyday life.

View Event →
Sep
27
5:30 PM17:30

Sunday worship

What holes to you have in your spirituality?

We all have holes. Gaps in our spirituality that are revealed by the details of everyday life. In the face of these inadequacies, we long for a spirituality adequate for the things we deal with. But where do we look? The book of Psalms is a collection of prayers and poems that God's people have used for 2,500 years to shape an adequate spirituality. Unfortunately, they've been shelved in more recent years. We will pull them down, dust them off, and explore them in our quest for a more comprehensive spirituality of everyday life.

View Event →
Apr
5
5:30 PM17:30

Easter Worship

Easter is our Big Day. Christmas may be Jesus' birthday and Pentecost may be the Church's birthday, but Easter is where the Life of God explodes into this world through the resurrection of Jesus. This explosion shatters the reign of sin, death, and the devil and makes accessible to us the very power of God. It is not a day to be contained by pretty dresses and predictable worship services, candy baskets and bunnies. Those are all nice and good and to be enjoyed, but Easter is a day connect with the One who cannot be contained.

View Event →
Feb
8
6:00 PM18:00

Worship gathering

At The Table, our gatherings begin with worship and end with a simple soup dinner (which should fit pretty much every dietary requirement). In between, excellent child care is provided on site; communion is celebrated; the scriptures are read and taught; and we offer ourselves body and soul to the Lord.

View Event →