Joining Worship

March 21, 2023

We conclude our inside-out Lenten journey this week in the tensions between what can and cannot wait. “Wait for the Lord!” cries the psalmist, while Mary and Martha insist that their brother Lazarus’s healing not be delayed. We welcome Julie, Dan, and Al to share reflections on the word and the waiting.  

View the March 26 bulletin.

Join the live stream for worship.

Note: For simplicity, we will now use the YouTube chat to share remote prayer requests. Due to the streaming delay, we will share first the prayer requests in the room before turning to the stream. YouTube chats are not archived, meaning the requests will only be seen in their written form during the live stream. However, they will become a part of the recording as they are repeated in the room.


About our worship

Sanctuary worship with live stream. Our “regular” mode of worship these days is to gather in the sanctuary while simultaneously offering a livestream via YouTube. Here’s some more information on what to expect:

Masks are currently optional within the church building. We open windows and run fans in our sanctuary (year round!) to promote better ventilation.

Live stream cameras will focus on the worship leaders in the front of the sanctuary, but there will be a few times where the congregation will be visible on the live stream, so as to better connect remote and local worshippers. Three designated pews in the back right of the sanctuary will never appear on the live stream.

Online worship will remain available for those unable to join in person. If distance, risk factors, preference, or extenuating circumstances keep you from coming to the little white church on the green, you are still warmly welcome to worship! See above for more information on connecting via YouTube.

Recordings of the services (which may be edited for clarity) will appear on our YouTube channel after worship.