This engaging, contemporary experience of laughter, storytelling and message, infused with the music of Brad Thompson and the Revolution Band offers a non-traditional, un-orthodox, and transformative 50-minute worship experience. If you’re ready to “reconnect your spirit without disconnecting your mind,” join us Sunday mornings at 11:11 am in Wesley Hall. Discover new insights into radical community, the universal love of God, and living for the healing and transformation of our world. All are welcome with open arms, hearts, and minds. Come casual, bring your family, and join the celebration!
Can’t make it to the service? Worship online every Sunday at 11:11 am!
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Join us for eleven:eleven celebration in Wesley Hall at 11:11 am only, featuring actor Jackie Cabe, harpist Hillary Hummel, cellist Dace Sultanov, and The Revolution Band with expanded brass and vocal section.
One of our older son’s favorite books, when he was 3 and 4 years old, was “Where’s Waldo?” Waldo, dressed in his red and white striped outfit and cap, sets out on his journey, surrounded by similar colors and equipped with 12 items to help him on his travels.
When our boys were young, my work occasionally had me on the road (or in the air), sometimes for a week at a time. One of the bedtime traditions we developed early on, before I’d leave, was singing the nursery rhyme, “I See the Moon.”