None of us are born knowing how to talk, but we all have the ability to become fluent in some language.
None of us are born with a religion, we all have the ability to become fluent in some spiritual language.
Worship is the key way we learn our spiritual ABCs, and become able to understand and express our spiritual lives.
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. There is only one Service during the Summer at 10:00 a.m. in the Chapel
Early worship is informal, intimate, improvisational, and interactive. It is a "come as who you are" hands-on experience. Traditional Worship looks more like a church, but the words might be unusual, and the music can range from classical to musical theater to jazz to Japanese flutes. The preaching in either service may or may not talk about God, might challenge your ideas completely, might confound you.
Connections Spirituality Circles
These are lay-led small groups that meet between one and four times a month, setting their own agenda while sharing a common ritual practice.
Feasts of the Soul
These are interfaith occasions when FSC folks and those from another tradition meet to learn about the other community, especially their religious practices and values. We celebrate Ramadan with the Islamic community, Diwali with the Hindu community, Lunar New Year with the Chinese community, Wesak with the Buddhist community, and Purim or Passover with the Jewish community.
You can peek at our 11:00 a.m. service on Youtube. Click Here to view our YouTube channel.