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They are like trees planted by streams of water,
which yield their fruit in its season, and their leaves do not wither.
In all that they do, they prosper.
Psalm 1:3
Annual Traditions

Throughout the seasons of the church year, we enjoy many wonderful traditions: a fall and spring picnic, a church tour for children, games and dancing at Oktoberfest, the stewardship dinner, coloring crosses for All Saints, making Advent wreaths, the Christmas pageant, Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, the Triduum with the Way of the Cross, the annual Easter Egg hunt and party, a Pentecost celebration, and Summer Eucharist featuring a sermon geared to younger worshipers.

Check this page for upcoming celebrations & activities.

Vacation Bible School

In early summer, the parish holds an intergenerational learning series called VB-Us. Our take on Vacation Bible School, VB-Us brings the community together for a good meal, singing, and chatauqua-style learning centered around lectures, crafts, skits, and stories.


June 5th-8th VB-Us 2023: Bread in the Wilderness 5-7 pm—Join us each evening for a family-style meal followed by singing and speakers. Children will have activities indoors and out, exploring how God provides bread in the wilderness. Adults will hear from Old Testament scholar Rebecca Delbasio, Scott Bennett of the Bread Peddler, and Love’s Arm founder Mimi Nickels. On Thursday the meal will be followed by Eucharist in the church, and then a waterslide. 

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