Care and Remembrance
Candles of Remembrance
Sharing Remembrances in Worship works best when we share our souls’ yearnings with the worship leader before Sunday morning. If you would like to have this Sunday’s worship leader share your request aloud during the pastoral prayer, you may do so by submitting the form. This will also light a candle on our website.
Pastoral Care Request
If you would like to alert the Co-Ministers and Pastoral Care Team of your situation but prefer not to have your concern read aloud on Sunday Morning, please complete this form.
Care Team Request
If you are in need of direct help such as a call or visit, please do not hesitate to contact Arlene Marin via Realm or submit the form.
We will all work to insure that you get the support you might need.
Our Joys and Sorrows
Anthony DiMaioDeborah Ann Tripoldi and family lit a candle of remembrance for her cousin Anthony DiMaio who died on May 19, 2021 at the age of 32.
Labor DayWe light this candle in recognition of Labor Day Sunday. Labor Day is observed on the first Monday in September to pay tribute to the contributions and achievements of everyday working families. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated in New York City on Tuesday, September 5, 1882. Following the deaths of 13 workers during the Pullman Strike in June of 1894. May all who labor know not only the weight but also the merit of their contributions.