Welcoming sentences written by members of our Church

Whoever you are, wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.

If you are someone who has not come to church in a long time but are thinking about attending,

you are welcome here.

If you grew up in a different religious tradition but would like to come to our church,

you are welcome here.

If you are new to this area and are looking for a new church family,

you are welcome here.

If you are not at all sure of your religious beliefs, but you want to be part of a caring community,

you are welcome here.

If you are feeling overwhelmed, losing a sense of direction and need a place to reflect and get your priorities back in order,

you are welcome here.

If you are new parents or a family with young children,

you are welcome here.

If you are  republican, democrat, libertarian, or other political viewpoint, you will be treated with respect and

you are welcome here.

If you feel as though you’re struggling alone,

you are welcome here.

If you are in need of people who care about everyone, it is here. We would love to have you join us and know that

you are welcome here.

If you do not know God or never met God or wonder who or what “is” God,

you are welcome here.

If you are alone or lonely,

you are welcome here.

If you are a single parent and would like an hour on Sunday morning of (relatively) quiet reflection, you and your children

are welcome here.

If you would like your children to be exposed to Christian values and beliefs, you and your children

are welcome here.

If you would like to pursue a spiritual dimension in your life and at your own pace without any pressure,

you are welcome here.

If you are sad, lonely, and feeling powerless with the current covid restrictions, join our online worship knowing that

you are welcome here.

 If you are looking for a relationship with God and fellowship with others,

you are welcome here.

If you are looking for a faith community that will join you in loving as Jesus loved,

you are welcome here.

If you are feeling lonely and friendless,

you are welcome here.

If you are in need of help, or need to help others,

you are welcome here.

If you are looking for a place you instantly feel safe,

you are welcome here.

If you are divorced and looking for friends

you are welcome here.

If you prefer to celebrate communion with bread and grape juice, or cider and donuts, or coffee and muffins,

 you are welcome here.

If you are new to town, or have lived here all you life,

you are welcome here.

If you like to read in the front of the sanctuary, or work behind the scenes,

you are welcome here.