June 20 - Fourth Sunday after Pentecost (Father's Day)
David discarding Saul's armor and standing before Goliath, and Jesus speaking peace to calm a storm and fearful disciples, inspires us to be our authentic self and act courageously for justice for all.
June 27 - Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
In stories and readings about love that risks, we are challenged to take the risk of being deeply and compassionately involved in the world.
July 4 - Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
As we witness Jesus' rejection in his ministry and watch as disciples are sent out in ministry, we are encouraged to brush away the dust of preconceptions and step into sharing the ministry toward a more loving and peaceful world.
July 11 - Seventh Sunday after Pentecost
King David's dance testifies to the lavish love and grace of God, and we, with the earlier recipients of the letter to the Ephesians, experience that grace through our inclusion into the family of God.
July 18 - Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
We receive a letter penned to the early church and us that assures all are included in God's family, and consider what that means in the life of the church.
July 25 - Ninth Sunday aftr Pentecost
As we watch a multitude fed and a storm and fearful disciples calmed, we read a letter to the early church that reminds us that God's love has no bounds.
Worship begins at 9:00am on Sunday mornings. While we have recently returned to in-person worship, a livestream option is still available at www.facebook.com/streamwoodiucc. Videos remain on our page afterwards to watch at your convenience as well. You DO NOT need a Facebook account to access livestream or recorded worship.