On Sunday, Nov. 4, we will remember all the saints who have gone on before us, especially those who have passed since last All Saints' Day.
The ones we think of as saints are the people who work hard to live God’s message of love and to share it with others. When we gather in worship, we praise God with believers we cannot see. When we celebrate Holy Communion, we feast with past, present, and future disciples of Christ. We experience the communion of saints, the community of believers – living and dead. This faith community stretches beyond space and time. We commune with Christians around the world, believers who came before us, and believers who will come after us. We believe that the church is the communion of saints, and as a believer, you belong to that communion of saints.
We invite you to join us for worship on Sunday at 10:15 a.m. (And don't forget to turn your clocks back 1 hour on Saturday night.)