Join us for Worship on Sundays at 10:00 am OUTSIDE

  • Worship is offered OUTSIDE (weather permitting).  You are encouraged to bring your own chair.  Masks are now optional inside and outside for anyone who is fully vaccinated over 16 years of age.  Children can wear masks per parental preference.  In case of rain we will be in the Family Life Center.
  • We also offer all services virtually through our YouTube Channel.  You may connect to our YouTube Channel through the following link:  
  • Through our YouTube Channel you may also find our podcast "Uncommon Ground" as well as other original programming. 
  • Common Ground is open to all at this time and we encourage you to come and walk the trails.  Common Ground consists of a walking track, trails in the woods, prayer stations, the historic Clay Hill cemetery in the woods, and a prayer chapel.  We encourage you to come out on your own and connect with the Divine, especially at this time of social distancing.  
  • Jazz outdoor concert with the David Pankey Trio as part of the Allison Creek Music Series will be Saturday, June 19th.  Opening act begins at 4:15 and the featured band begins at 5:00 pm.  Tours of the Clay Hill Cemetery will be offered beginning at 3:00 as we celebrate Juneteenth.  Admission is Free but donations are encouraged to cover the costs.
  • Food for Clover Area Assistance Center (CAAC) is now being collected.  Bring items to the Family Life Center.

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