Worship on Sunday will continue McKinley’s celebration of PrideFest. Pastor Heidi and McKinley members will lead the congregation in prayers, readings, and reflections written by and for the LGBTQIA community – including allies!Outdoor worship will be at 10:30 a.m. in the labyrinth area.Virtual worship will broadcast at 5 p.m. on the McKinley Church Facebook page. […]
“Preservation of the Truth” is one of the Great Ends of the Presbyterian Church. This Sunday we honor two of our tradition’s great truth tellers: Abbess Hildegard of Bingen, who died on September 17, 1179, and Bishop John Spong, who died peacefully in his sleep on September 12, 2021. 10:30 a.m. worship will be outdoors […]
This week marks the turn of the Jewish New Year, the approach of Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), and the anniversary of 9/11. Even as we continue to adapt to pandemic reality, Pastor Heidi will turn to the words of Moses who encourages the Israelites to take a long view of life. McKinley will continue […]
This Sunday’s 10:30 a.m. worship will be held in the labyrinth on 5th street. It is a communion Sunday. Small bags with grapes and a piece of bread will be available for all. Worshipers may also bring their own elements from home. Masks are required. Sun hats and water bottles are suggested. If you have […]
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 Mark 4, Jesus heals two women who have been cast out of the community because of their illnesses and differences. Celebrating Jesus’s healing and welcome into community, Pastor Heidi and members of McKinley will be leading the congregation through our annual pride celebration. Join us virtually at 11 a.m. for the service with music, […]
We welcome Granger Odum to the pulpit this Sunday. Granger will be preaching from Psalm 133 (“Behold how pleasant it is when siblings gather in unity”) and Mark 4. Mark’s story of Jesus sleeping in the prow of the boat during a storm causes the disciples to react with great concern and not a lot […]