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909 North J Street (office)

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Sunday worship: 10:30 a.m.

Adult Sunday Book Discussion: 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. in the Fireside Room.

Sunday School: Children begin in worship with their families. After A Time with Children they go to Sunday School.

Nursery Care is always available for infants - 3 years old.

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Adult Book Study: Non-Violent Communication

Two things distinguish nonviolent actions from violent actions. First, you don’t see an enemy and second, your intention is not to make the other side suffer. Marshall Rosenberg (1934-2015) Marshall Rosenberg was an American psychologist, mediator, author and teacher. Starting in the early 1960s he developed Nonviolent Communication, a process for supporting partnership and resolving…

Annual Congregational Meeting

Get those springtime potluck recipes ready! We need some spring-like hope to get us through our extra rainy season. It is time to elect new officers and  receive committee reports. After worship there will be a potluck and meeting. All are welcome to eat and attend the meeting. Bring a main dish, side, salad, bread, dessert whatever you…

To The Promised Land

University of Washington Tacoma Professor Michael Honey lectures on his new book, “To the Promised Land: Martin Luther King and the Fight for Economic Justice.” Fifty years since an assassin’s bullet robbed us of twentieth century America’s most eloquent voice for human rights, a nationally renowned labor and civil rights scholar takes us beyond the…

TN@IPC: More About Mary Magdalene

Join us for a special Tuesday Night at IPC series on the first witness of the resurrection: Mary Magdalene Tuesday, April 17, 2018  Mary Magdalene in the Bible – The Bible mentions Mary Magdalene 13 times in the Bible. What do these verses say about her? Is she a prostitute or is she the apostle…

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