Join us for the next 4 weeks as we journey through the Psalms during the season of Lent. Come and explore the amazing spiritual depth the Psalms can provide in our lives. Join us each evening at 6 pm for a light supper and evening programming. We will begin at First Church (310 N. 27th Street March 11 - Chanting the Psalms March 18 - Writing our Own Psalms Then we will move to Mayflower (2940 Poly Drive) March 25 - Art and the Psalms April 1 - Psalms of Lament and Complaint
William Sloane Coffin, the great 20th-century preacher once said, "I think, therefore I am? Nonsense! I love, therefore I am," putting love at the center of our humanity. This week we continue on our journey with Paul's first letter to the Corinthians who wrote some of the most beautiful words about love in the 13th chapter. If you have time this week, read that chapter and ponder its meaning. Love will be our focus for our worship on Sunday.
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Last Chance for Let’s Talk Mayflower! November 1 (All Saints Day) 4:30-6pm at Thirsty Street tap room downtown, 3008 1st Ave. N. Rev. Amy Carter invites you to this informal gathering to share your stories of faith and your hopes for Mayflower Church. These conversations are holy, and provide Rev. Amy with a sense of our church’s history; and from those conversations we can work together to create a new future for Mayflower, UCC.
Candance Forette's Art is now in our fireside room! Candance has titled the show "Apology to Children." Through her art she challenges us to see and act for social justice. It's a very strong and evocative show. I encourage you to come by and take a moment with it during the week's office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30-2:00 pm.
Blessing of the Animals is a special event that will again take place at Mayflower, October 14 at 2 pm, on the lawn. We have hosted this event for over 10 years and welcome the community to join us. Bring your pet and or pets and have them blessed. For safety, please be sure your pets are on leashes, in crates or otherwise restrained. If your pet cannot attend, feel free to bring a picture or collar and don’t forget supplies to clean up after your pet.