Morning Worship, Sundays at 10:00 AM
All are welcome! Whoever you are, and wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here. We are a congregation of inquirers, engaging in our knowledge and understanding together. Join us this Sunday. Come as you are. Coffee and tea ready by 9:45.
December 8, 2019 – cancelled due to snow.
FROM PASTOR JAMES It is with a sad and broken heart that I share with you this news. Our good friend and Sister in Christ, Gisela Steiner, passed into her eternal rest yesterday, December 8th, at St. Mary’s Hospital in Reno. By God’s grace, Marilyn, Bill, my wife Mary, Gisela’s step-daughter, Ruth, and I were all at her bedside for her last hours and she seemed to know it and take comfort in it, although she was unable to speak. Ruth and I are in conversation to plan a memorial service and we’ll be sure to let you all know when this will be. Please keep Gisela’s friends and family in your prayers and be sure to use all your creativity and generosity in keeping Gisela’s memory alive.
We are also hoping you will share any photographs you have of Gisela with us as we plan to compose a visual memorial for her; anything and everything about her love for singing, for skiing, and the outdoors. All will be welcomed and can be sent to me at email@example.com
With many thanks and blessings, Pastor James
December 1, 2019; Rev. James Kosko. The First Sunday of Advent
Unfortunately, the snow interfered with our ability to record the service.
November 24, 2019; Rev. James Kosko; Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 23:5-6; King of Kings, Lord of Lords
Which King do you serve? Pastor James tells a story with 3 different endings; which conclusion applies to Squaw Valley Chapel??
November 17, 2019; Rev. James Kosko; Scripture Reading:Isaiah 5:1-7; 11:1-5; Vineyard Song.
Pastor James talks about how we are like the vine our loving God planted in our hearts.
November 10, 2019; Rev. James Kosko; Scripture Reading: Isaiah 65:17-25; This Temple.
Pastor James opens this talk with a summary of the Temple in Jerusalem, when it was built, sacked, rebuilt, and destroyed a final time. It is also a story of occupation and diaspora.
November 3, 2019; Rev. James Kosko; Scripture Reading: 1 Kings 18:20-39; Sermon: Faith in Community
God is the gathering one who calls us into community with each other to love, to support and heal.
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