Teach Your Children Well, preached by Winton Boyd on February 1.

Winton Racine 2014

It is worthy of our time and energy, not because we need more churchgoers, but we face the question ‘how well equipped are our children to live in the world as mature, growing, compassionate and loving people of faith?’ They are living into a much more complex and varied spiritual landscape that most of us grew into, so judging success by church attendance as adults seems too narrow a gauge. Can they, in their independence and giftedness, use the tools and mentoring they’ve been given to navigate a spiritual life that has meaning and value for them and for others?

Encountering Jesus, preached by Wisconsin Conference Minister Rev. Franz Rigert on January 25, 2015


Encountering Jesus – not religiously but relationally.

Soon and Very Soon

Our own Tru Gumption leads the congregation in “Soon and Very Soon” on Sunday, January 25th.  

The Stones and Thorns of White Racism, preached by Pam Oliver and Ken Pennings on January 18, 2015


Tackling a thorny issue on Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend

ORUCC Annual Meeting to be held on February 1 after worship

A chance for the church to make important decisions