November 27 is the first Sunday in advent, which begins a new church year! Members of McKinley will use ee cummings’ poetry to introduce and celebrate the advent season.
This Sunday will be a Jazz Service of Worship. We are pleased to welcome musicians Jackson Teetor (trumpet), Sam Olson (bass), Toby Miller (drums) and a pianist to play and accompany us as we lift our hearts and voices in worship. McKinley member Barbara England will offer a reflection on the interrelation of jazz improvisation […]
As we head into February, we are collecting McKinley Love Letters from anyone who is willing to share. We miss seeing you, and thanks to the wonders of tech, we have ways to see and hear from you despite our physical locations. In preparation for the upcoming Stewardship season, we are collecting as many short […]
Join us for in-person worship at 9 a.m. and/or virtually at 11 a.m.! The 9 a.m. service is followed by informal conversation. The 11 a.m. service features music and art. All are welcome!
Sunday’s service will use prayers written by Native American Indigenous people and a sung communion service by LGBTQIA Methodist activist and musician Mark A. Miller. Join us: in-person at 9 a.m. and virtually at 11 a.m.
In the fourth chapter of Mark, verse 28 and following, Jesus reminds us how actions that we take through habit and without much thought sometimes surprise us. When have your everyday efforts yielded unexpected results? Join Pastor Heidi and the worship team for quiet worship in person at 9 a.m. and/or virtually at 11 for […]
How does one “grieve the Holy Spirit?” In Mark 3:20-29, Jesus suggests that failing to name or admit to injustice witnessed or experienced is the sin that grieves the Spirit of God. Join Pastor Heidi as she explores this troubling passage on “binding the strong man.” This is a communion Sunday. Throughout the summer Heidi […]
We feel God’s breath, wind, and Spirit, but do we hear God in the words of those who are different from us? This Pentecost Sunday we will celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit and consider the Spirit’s power to help us listen to other voices. Remember to wear red (the color symbolizing Pentecost)!