Sunday, January 3, 2021 Epiphany of Our Lord Point for Pilgrims by Pastor Carol Tomer Pastor Bonnie Nash Preaching Zoom Link Bulletin / YouTube 10:40 am Forum — Ruminations and Reflections on 22 Years of Pilgrim Ministry Led by Pastor Carol Tomer. A short hour of reflecting on a long journey — with thanksgiving!
Morning worship on Sunday, December 27, 2020: First Sunday of Christmas Turning of the Year Point for Pilgrims Pastor Jen Rome preaching Bulletin / YouTube Zoom Details: Zoom link Join by phone: (312) 626-6799 Meeting ID: 916 7782 1243 Passcode: 994874
We have created several avenues for Pilgrims and Pastor Carol to share our goodbyes, as she concludes 22 years of Pilgrim pastoral ministry on Jan. 11. These events have been created with COVID safety in mind. Indoor and Outdoor "Sit-bys." Pastor Carol would love to see you before she leaves for Olympia Washington! Reservations are required for both of these events. For safety reasons, all people in a single reservation must live in the same household, and a household should
Cross+Generational, Interactive Advent Worship Extended prelude begins at 9:20 am Lighting of the Advent Candles Point for Pilgrims — Gwen Walz Homily by Alex Theship-Rosales (bring a piece of paper and coloring materials for the homily) Zoom Link Bulletin and YouTube video 10:40 am Forum — Advent Tea This year CLC (Congregational Life & Care Team) has found a fun way to enjoy the Advent Tea, virtually! Click here for some recipes we suggest you make and have ready for the Ad
Third Sunday of Advent Lighting of the Advent Candles Point for Pilgrims Retirement Blessing for Mike Schulze Pastor Carol Tomer preaches Bulletin / YouTube (Video will not be available on YouTube until Monday afternoon.) 10:40 am — Coffee and Conversation
Lighting of the Advent Candles and Point for Pilgrims Pastor Lynn Peterson preaching Bulletin / YouTube Forum at 10:40 am — Hope: The Stupendous Gift? — led by Pastor Julie Neraas In this challenging time in our complicated world, hope may be our greatest need, its viability our greatest question. So many forces threaten to shuttle hope to the sidelines. Yet hope is resilient. In this conversation we consider hope's nature; how it is different than optimism, related to faith
(revised 5/21/2021 for summer schedule) We look forward to gathering together on Sunday mornings for worship in person beginning in June. Our tentative Sunday schedule looks like this: 9:30 am — In-person worship (outside on 6/6* and 6/27; inside and on FB Live on 6/13 and 6/20*) 10:20 am — In-person coffee time on the west lawn (BYO coffee/treats) 10:30 am – Grade School Outdoor Playtime on June 6 & 27 (until 11:15) 10:30 am – Grade School and All-ages Mosaic Making on June