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We are people of God's extravagant welcome, who listen for the Stillspeaking God and insist that Jesus didn't turn people away. Neither do we.


We speak in contemporary ways because we affirm the responsibility of the church in each generation to make this faith it's own in reality of worship, in honesty of thought and expression, and in the purity of heart before God.


Through this gateway page, you'll find more about us, what we're all about, what our commitments are and how to contact us. No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here!


Rev. Dr. Kate Lambertson, Pastor



Pastor's Corner

  Fall is slowly edging toward us as the days dip below the triple digits and the nights welcome cool breezes. Living in Northern Nevada we are well aware that our Fall doesn’t necessarily coincide with the calendar date for the beginning of Autumn, so beginning to see a few leaves starting to turn to yellow and orange is a sure sign that we are beginning to fall into Fall.
  Another clear sign is that the infamous Pumpkin Latte has returned to our favorite coffee shop. Love it or hate it – (I am of the latter, I like to drink my coffee and eat my pumpkin pie!) this iconic drink beckons the beginning of shorter days and longer nights.
  As we plunge into a new Fall program year, a year that heralds new beginnings with youth groups and Sunday School ramping up, choir resuming, and a new Elementary Montessori School residing in our CE building, I hope we all will evaluate our recommitment to gathering together - particularly since covid is beginning to wane into an endemic like the seasonal flu.
  Gathering together – what a beautiful phrase! It denotes being able to look each other in the eye and realize community once again after two long years of separation; it speaks to hugs shared, hands shaken, fellowship enjoyed. Now that’s something that I can fall in behind this Fall, and I hope you can too!

Pastor: Rev. Dr. Kate Lambertson

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