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Christmas Carols

Deck The Halls
Away in a Manger
Go Tell It On The Mountain
Jingle Bells
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
Joy to the World
O Christmas Tree
O Come All Ye Faithful
Silent Night
Up On The Housetop
Winter Wonderland
White Christmas
Silver Bells
Let It Snow
Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire
We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Online Sermons through Zoom


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The first time you use this link, it will ask you to download and install the “launcher.” That’s all you need to do!

Advent Activites 2019


The 39th Roger Williams Symposium


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Now Hiring

An inclusive Christian church seeks a dynamic half-time Program Coordinator with training and experience in leadership development and volunteer coordination, together with skills in communication and marketing through traditional and current social media. The Program Coordinator will help leaders expand Faith Development and Congregational Life programs. This person will also help promote the church’s progressive Mission and Objectives.

For more information see the craigslist ad, or contact Screening of applicants will continue until the position is filled.

2018 Roger Williams Symposium, Featuring Rev. Dr. Miguel A. De La Torre: October 13-15

All events are open and free to the public.

The 38th annual Roger Williams Symposium features Rev. Dr. De La Torre, a professor of Social Ethics and Latinx Studies at Iliff School of Theology, a scholar-activist, author, and an ordained Southern Baptist minister. For additional information, visit his website.

  • Speech, “The Death of U.S. Christianity”, Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7:00 pm at the Ensminger Pavilion, WSU. (map)
  • Sermon, “Was Jesus a Racist?” Sunday, Oct. 14 at 10:30 am at Community Congregational United Church of Christ, Pullman (map)
  • Film, “Trail of Hope and Terror” Sunday, Oct. 14 at 2:00 pm at St. James Episcopal Church in Pullman. (map)
  • Lecture, “Why They Come” Monday, Oct. 15 at 12:00 pm at Bryan Hall Room 316, WSU. (map)

This event is sponsored by Common Ministry at WSU and the Thomas Foley Institute.
Official site at the Common Ministry. Download the Flyer, PDF.

Upcoming Sermon

Join us for the sermon “Coming Out As Sacrament” by Reverend Steve Van Kuiken, Sunday, August 26th at 10:30 am.

“Coming out serves as a universal experience, thus a sacrament in which we are all welcome to participate. Our own coming out invites others to share their secret selves, to risk intimate disclosure. Historically, many individuals and groups have come out of hiding or anonymity to declare their unique identities, understandings, beliefs, and visions.”– Chris Glaser

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Palouse Pride 2018

Join us for the 2018 Palouse Pride weekend of events in Moscow, Idaho!

We will be marching on Saturday morning at 11:30 am at 4th and Jefferson.

We will be at the festival in East City Park from 12:00-4:00pm- we have a table, come to visit us!

This week’s Sermon, “Coming Out As Sacrament”, is one you want to be here for! See you Sunday morning at 10:30.

Pride March on Facebook
Pride Festival on Facebook

Church Retreat

2018 Church Retreat, September 14-16

N-Sid-Sen Registration 

Camperships are available! Contact Jenn.

36395 S Highway 97, Harrison, Idaho 83833 (click for map)

N-Sid-Sen Official Website, Facebook page

MLK Interfaith Service 2018

Please come to the annual Martin Luther King interfaith service, celebration, and fellowship as we honor and reflect upon the legacy of Martin Luther King and that of other spiritual leaders in the Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Baha’i traditions.

The annual celebration is part of the extended local MLK celebration events and is followed by a free meal catered by Mela. The theme of this year’s celebration is “Our Human Unity.” The group God’s Harmony will be singing! Please join us!

When: January 14, 2018
Where: St. James Episcopal Church, 1410 NE Stadium Way, Pullman (click for map)
Time: 4 pm to 6:30 pm

For More Information call (509) 332-1742 or on Facebook MLK Interfaith Service

Click here to download full-size poster of event in PDF MLK POSTER