Upcoming Services

Worship is the most important thing we do together as a beloved community, week after week, throughout the year. Rev. Hannah Petrie works to ensure we experience a variety of emotions in our hour of “sacred time” together: comfort, joy, reflection, vulnerability, challenge, and inspiration. Our worship services touch the mind, heart, and soul.

Join us for worship on Sundays via Zoom!  This Zoom link is for all Sunday services.

Rev Hannah Petrie

April 18
Rev. Hannah Petrie

Annual Fund Drive Kick-Off:  Pulling Together for Our Future
It's that time again!  Time to make our annual financial commitments to the congregation in the form of a pledge.  We can't support the many programs of our beloved little church without it.  For inspiration, we'll look to Kickstarter Cofounder Yancey Strickler's work, published in 2019, "This Could Be Our Future:  A Manifesto for a More Generous World."

April 25
Anthony Concepcion

Music Service!

Don't miss this annual treat of a worship service entirely dedicated to music, produced and performed by our very own choir members and Music Coordinator Anthony Concepcion.

May 2
Mark Stapf

Volunteering for the Red Cross
If you've ever given blood to the Red Cross, you know they are experiencing a critical need for blood donations at this time.  We are proud to host regular blood drives in our building - even during Covid.  Guest speaker Mark Stapf will share his experience of volunteering on the Red Cross as Board President of his local chapter for inspiration.  Mark is Health Advocate Program Instructor for the California Institute of Technology.

May 30

Remembering Our Fallen Heroes
Music, readings, and videos to honor our fallen service members.

Sundays, 10:30 AM
July and August

Virtual SUUmmer Road Trip – Starts July 4th
Join via Zoom:  glamroadtrip.online/suumer

Beginning JULY 4th, our local area congregations will be worshipping together over the summer, with the Greater LA Ministers taking turns leading the Sunday services, “GLAM’S Virtual SUUmmer Road Trip.” After each service, in our “coffee break-out rooms,” we will have the opportunity to get to know members from other congregations.

On July 4th, Emerson’s Reverend Matthew McHale will kick off the Virtual SUUmmer Road Trip.