It is a continuing quest to discover and present exciting learning opportunities
to expand our Christian vision and strengthen our faith experiences. In 2012 we hosted "Travelling Tabernacles" which transformed our
worship space with art, reflection and inspiration throughout Lent. For us, The
Reverend Gay Cox , Deacon in MA, designed a walk; 'The Way of Salvation.' Large
frames were constructed on ladders, with lights and fine work crews to create
the large gallery of Reverend Cox's work of 20 years.
We were invited to further become a part of this exhibit and design a celebration/memorial of a loved one to be part of 'New Jerusalem' - the last step of the journey, high over the altar. All ages of us utilized forms and paints, incorporated precious words, photographs, glitter and sparkling jewels to design our creations of beloved faces "...forming a brilliant and ever-growing array of remembrance, anticipation and joy." The Reverend Cox conducted us through the gallery and guided us with her preaching on the last day of the exhibit. Her message spoke clearly to our place within the hope of the resurrection.
The Sunday School is a place where our children learn and grow in the church.
We've been using “Lesson Plans That Work” on The Episcopal
Church website. These lessons are designed to follow the Revised Common
Lectionary. The children are now hearing the same Scripture passage as the
congregation each week.