Our Sunday service is comfortable and welcoming to visitors. Our worship, a familiar sequence of prayer, reflection, liturgy, and sermon, tends to be interactive and social—spirited at times, quietly contemplative at others. Our pastor’s sermons are based on Scripture and include historical and biblical research, and often the insights of poets and philosophers. The lessons come directly from the Bible but are framed for 2lst century problems.
In the Sanctuary, pews are arranged so that we can see one another across the center aisle; the music varies from familiar hymns that encourage singing to classic melodies inspiring quiet meditation. A variety of voices perform the Scripture readings.
8:30 a.m. Our all-volunteer Choir rehearses with Worship Musician and Choir Director Kevin Manz in the Sanctuary.*
10:00 a.m. We gather for Worship in the Sanctuary. During worship, children are welcome to stay and participate along with their parents.
11:15 a.m. We come together for refreshments and conversation in the Tamalpais Hall.
*From mid-June to mid-September the choir takes a well-deserved vacation.