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*100 Days of Discernment*

You’re invited to join in our church’s spiritual strategic journey kicking off just before Lent. Join a triplet to discern our future story! Here is the introductory kickoff letteryour guide and a FAQ sheet. Save the date, February 12, at 11:45, for an after-church orientation for triplet participants.

Sunday Morning Worship

Join us every Sunday at 9:00 and 10:30 am for our joyful celebration worship. We dress casual here: jeans and shorts are great; kids sometimes wear their fluffy slippers. The Reverend Christina Kukuk is our minister. Childcare and children’s Sunday School are available at both services. Please join us for coffee and treats in the social hall following each service.

Ashland Youth Collective

A Progressive, Community Youth Group in Ashland, OR that began in the fall of 2012. The Ashland Youth Collective (AYC) meets on Sundays, and the location is shared between the 4 supporting churches (Presbyterian, UCC, Methodist and Episcopal) We meet from 4-7pm, Jr.High from 4-6 and Senior High from 5-7 with a a shared meal in the middle. For more information check out their Facebook page.

Taize Meditation

Join us on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm for a quiet time with simple songs, chants, candle lighting and readings combined with quiet meditation. See video.

Centering Prayer

Join us after work every Wednesday evening from 5:15 to 5:45 p.m. for a quiet time of meditative prayer. Enjoy an oasis of calm relaxing prayer in the middle of your busy week.

Choir Practice

Our choir is lead by our music director, Adam Kukuk, and meets Thursday in the Sanctuary. Practice begins at 7:15 p.m. on Thursdays and choir warm-up begins 8:30 am on Sundays. Rehearsals and performances run from September through May.

Men’s Group

The men’s group meets every second Monday of the month either at the church or at a host home. Join the UCC men for fun and fellowship. Call the church for the next scheduled meeting place, 482-1981.

God IS Banner by Barbara Fitch

God IS Banner
by Barbara Fitch