We are a distinctive congregation of believers with a tradition of being welcoming and nurturing. A spiritual home for those of any age, we are open to all persons, whatever their race, gender, socioeconomic status, special needs, or sexual orientation.
We embody our faith in an integrated way as we seek to grow in body, mind, and spirit.
Above all, we are pilgrims in the way of Jesus.
“Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters”
Dr. Bob Setzer, preaching
The prophet Amos emphatically rejects a faith based in worship alone (5:21-23). Instead, he insists that a living faith issues in personal “righteousness” and “justice” for all (5:24). What does such a faith look like and live like in our place and time?
On Wednesday evenings, we gather from 5:30–6:15 p.m. to share a meal and the joys and concerns of our community. Then, from 6:15–7:00 p.m., through careful and varied programs, we delve into topics relevant to our faith, our times, our call to missions and service.
Let Justice Roll Down
A series featuring local judges and attorneys will help us explore current justice issues in Forsyth County, and how "the least of these" --children and youth, immigrants, and indigent defendants-- fare in the justice system.
Justice for Immigrants
We welcome attorney Helen Parsonage and her expertise on immigration legal issues in Forsyth County. (Prior to the program, a brief church conference will be convened to vote on our 2020 Ministry Plan.)
Sunday morning is when we seek God’s presence through authentic, thoughtful worship. Woven together with scripture texts often drawn from the Revised Common Lectionary, our worship moves through prayer, creative liturgies, music, and messages to remind us that we are beloved children of God.