Fellowship

We are committed to joy and often get together just for fun and laughter. Please know you are welcome at any and all of our fellowship events!

Do you like to walk in the woods? Sit by a roaring fire on a cold winter’s evening? Do you like to prepare and eat excellent food with friends and family? Meet new friends?

A relaxing and informal gathering of men from the congregation joining together for fellowship on the first Friday of each month at noon.

Meet new friends by having dinner with the same group of people (8-10) three months in row at a mutually agreed upon time. Sign-ups for Moveable Feasts happen twice a year. All are welcome!

This group of avid bicyclists meet the second Saturdays of the month between May and October and generally ride about 17-20 miles through Arlington or another one of the beautiful bike paths in and

Thursday Friends meets on the first and third Thursday morning of each month for 90 minutes to discuss a previously selected book, essay or news article of interest.

Bring a dish to share any Thursday evening between September and June when Rock Springers meet at 6:30 p.m. for an informal potluck in Carpenter Hall.

Every month with a fifth Sunday is a special event at Rock Spring including worship and a community wide service project.

Latest News

Calling all youth! It’s our first summer “PopUp YoRS.” Summer is the perfect time to have a cold lunch... So we’ll gather in the Saegmuller Room after church and then walk to Zinga for frozen yogurt.

Join us in conversation about potential programming for next year in interfaith relations.   What might we want to learn?

by Laura Martin

The reality is that I too have

Authored your pain.

I laid a blank piece of paper down

When you needed me to respond.

I chose the shortcut.

I learned complicity,

Learned to move quietly in my privilege,

Learned to let the doors open for me

Before walked inside.

I inherited fear

And did not unlearn it.

In fight or flight, I flew.

I confess all this.

And I commit to hearing

The raw stories,

To letting your vulnerability

Chafe me.