God acts in Jesus Christ, the bread of life, reconciling us to God and to one another around the Lord's Table each week. We respond in faith by working for our neighbors' daily bread. 

We are deeply connected to one another's daily bread, those things that sustain and protect life. Our estrangement from God through sin alienates us from one another causing us to act in ways that prevent our neighbors from receiving their daily bread.

3 May 2017

Confirmation Class

God is sharing the bread of life with a hungry world. With God's help and guidance, we respond to God's mission in four ways:

“Sack lunches make a difference, because they meet a need for people who are hungry and thirsty. But it's far more than that, because it does put a face on the hunger in there. We see the people we serve as not just hungry mouths but as friends we've come to know. They ask about us and we ask about them if we don't see them for a while, and they are our friends."


Janice Skillen

Sack Lunch Ministry Coordinator

  • St. Tim's Coffeehouse
  • Sack Lunch Ministry
  • Garden Ministry
  • Faith Community


"One of this congregation's strengths, I think, is creativity and doing the unexpected. This isn't the kind of thing I've seen in a church very often. At least not like this."


Daniel Morris


“I think when you're a member of a choir and you've been singing that kind of music all your life it just builds your faith."


Jan Karp

Choir Member

Making a Difference

30 April 2017

Concert in thanksgiving for Virginia Worth


Daily Bread 

Our Misson

28 April, 2017

Sack Lunch Ministry