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QUESTION:

Shouldn't church
...be enjoyable? Intellectually stimulating? Relevant?
 ...include a mix of music and artistic expression?
  ...enable you to question and explore your faith?
   ...provide real-life opportunities to help those in need?
    ...reflect the world's diversity in a welcoming, safe place?
     ...fill you with enthusiasm for living?

Join us
   this Sunday at 11am as we gather to worship a God of love, 
   and get energized for the week ahead.
   We look forward to meeting you here...where all are welcome all the time.

Free parking is available in our north lot, the Judson Manor lot across the street, on E. 107 Street and Park Lane, on MLK Drive, and in the Cleveland Library lot south of Chester off 107th. [See Directions and Parking under I'm New Here on this website.]

Entrances include the west parking-lot-level door facing E. 107 Street, the front steps to our main entrance, the east entrance from MLK, and the assisted-opening door near the east end of our parking lot (follow handicap signs).



Rally Day Worship, Picnic Draws Crowd

Hundreds of members and some visitors gathered on the south lawn for worship, Sunday, September 14, and to welcome each other back from summer's vacations by celebrating the start of our fall schedule with a hot dog picnic provided by our MENS group.

Music provided by the Gospel and Chancel Choirs and by Brian Misch and FullCircle got the lawn rockin' while Dr. Chalker's sermon, "Don't Confuse a Free-Fall with Flying!" offered advice about staying "real" with God's help.

Join us next Sunday at 11 when we meet in our Great Hall for another rewarding worship experience.
 

Chancel Reconstruction Update

A.M. Higley Co., the managing contractor of the current chancel reconstruction, is on target to complete their work by October 15, allowing worship in the sanctuary on Sunday, October 19.

The new steps leading up to the chancel have been covered with marble matching the original sanctuary stone. Photos taken prior to this completion are available is you  (click here for photos of this work).

Installation of a beam in the north wall behind the pulpit has been completed, allowing for the door to a new ADA-compliant lift.

Construction of the new sound booth along the south wall of the sanctuary is near completion, and wiring connecting the booth to microphone jacks and other inputs will be completed by our own AudSquad members in time for our worship in October.

Stay tuned for further updates!