Welcome to our new Co-Ministers of music,
pianist Ryan Hessenius and guitarist Will Schmitt!
Both bring beautiful voices in addition to their instrumental expertise, embrace progressive spirituality, and look forward to a rich
collaboration with others in our community of faith.
Please click here to learn more about them on our Who We Are page.
We will welcome them into worship leadership in August,
and it is our prayer that their gifts will deepen our collective
worship experience and draw us closer to the God who is love.
photography by Kara Herr and Jesse Kitt
We are people of extravagant welcome. Whether you are young or old, gay or straight, single or partnered, happy or sad, confused or inspired, street smart or college-educated, whether you can’t pay your bills or have more than enough to share—no matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome to join us as we worship the God who welcomes us all. Worship on Sundays, 9:15 a.m. Fellowship, Adult and Children’s Education following worship.
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What People Are Saying:
“This church exhibits a sincere and warm desire to be a community—how rare that can be in churches!”
“Coming to Land of the Sky was unlike any church we had experienced before. We were welcomed with smiles, handshakes, some hugs, and left believing that we were truly wanted there…and that we had found where God wanted us to be.”
“After years of searching, we’ve finally found home.”
“For the past several years, we have been so disillusioned by the church that we were comfortable concluding that ‘organized religion’ might not be helpful to our spiritual well-being any longer…We commented to each other on our way home from Land of the Sky, ‘This is exactly what we envision the church to be, but we thought the Christian church was out of the business of love, mercy, and justice!’”
Live Justly. Love Abundantly. Walk Humbly.