News & Updates

This October, our worship and work together will focus on moving from a mindset of scarcity to a spirituality of generosity, reflecting Jesus’ teaching about God’s abundance. Community groups will meet during the week to talk and grow using the sermon from the previous Sunday as a starting point for conversation. Join a community group to talk about each week’sRead More →

What would happen if one hundred Westerners committed to specific acts to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God? On Sunday, September 10, those planning our Micah 6:8 initiatives will be ready with opportunities for diverse ages and interests, to help you live out your faith: feed those who are hungry, write to an incarcerated author with FreeRead More →

From the PCUSA Office of Public Witness: URGENT: 5 WAYS TO DEFEND DACA & TPS News sources are reporting that President Trump is considering terminating the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. This move would turn our nation’s back on immigrant youth who are valued members of our communities. Terminating DACA would place the nearly 800,000 DREAMers whom theRead More →

This Sunday we’ll be looking at the important, and often overlooked, role the midwives played in the Exodus story by helping God’s plan for liberation become a reality.  Their actions were ones of resistance.  It’s often hard to be a voice of resistance.  In order to be be a voice of resistance you often have to give something up.  Sometimes that’sRead More →

Given the recent events of Charlottesville and rise of overt racism, many of you have been thinking about what actions to take. Micah 6:8 will be looking for opportunities and vetting them against the following criteria: activity or event is inter-faith or faith based, goals and purpose are clear, event includes grass roots participation , and event/activity appears organized. ActivitiesRead More →

Image from peacesupplies.org Last weekend’s events in Charlottesville still have me thinking.  My sermon was about courage and fear, acknowledging that without fear, we cannot have courage.  I didn’t know then what I feared, but that has become clearer, not because I want to be afraid, but because we all need courage. As scary as the KKK, neo-Nazis and right-wingRead More →

POSTPONED: This workshop is being postponed until October as Kevin Garvey, our guest speaker, is being evacuated for Hurricane Irma. Our thoughts and prayers are with Kevin and all those affected by the storms. Workshop Kevin Garvey, Senior Vice President of Development for the Presbyterian Foundation, is our featured speaker for the evening. This workshop is geared for the session, finance,Read More →

Wonder who sits next to you in the pew? Helps us create a new photo directory to put some faces with names! Professional photographers will be on site offering free sittings to all church members and friends on Friday, October 13, 1:30pm-9pm and Saturday, October 14, 9:30am-5pm. Get a complimentary 8×10 print and be included in the new photo directory.Read More →

The WPC Micah 6:8 Immigration, Refugees and Sanctuary group has received information from the Presbyterian USA Office of Public Witness recommending immediate action on two public policy areas: 1. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) – – action is needed to urge the President not to repeal the DACA program. DACA was enacted by former President Barack Obama in 2014,Read More →