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Though in-person church activities (with rare exceptions) have been suspended for the foreseeable future, you'll find online oppportunities among the notices below,  as well as under the MEDIA tab above.

Join us in a church-wide devotional practice for Lent.

You can join others for prayer and contemplation

Thursdays during Lent at 8:00 pm on Zoom

and/or You can view each segment of “A Meditation for Holy Week” at your leisure as a personal practice.

Fourth Thursdays from 3-4pm
Free Lecture and Q&A with Deep Thinkers

March 25 Topic:
What is Finished?
The Possibility of an Anti-Institutional Church

As we reflect on the seven last sayings of Christ one of the central statements is found in John 19:30

"When he had received the drink, Jesus said, 'It is finished.' With that, he bowed his head and gave up his spirit." If we look at this text simply we can ascertain that Jesus is referring to his suffering, the brutality of the cross is now over, his earthly struggle to reconcile us to God has ended and new life is springing anew.

However, we are wrestling with that exactly is new? What exactly ended and what were we welcomed into in this new era that Christ was welcoming us toward? What if Jesus was saying institutionalized religion is finished? Sects and Denominations are finished? Or labels like "Jews" and ultimately our invested term "Christian" were finished? We will explore the possibilities of what he might have been encouraging us toward that maybe we aren't quite finished maintaining.

Year-Long Study For Anti-Racist Growth


UpRooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice by Paul Kivel

Requires pre-registration

Track A: Individual Introspection- SESSIONS FULL

-Monthly facilitated meetings

-Focus on personal understanding of race/privilege and white racial identity

-Goal: develop a healthy white racial identity that resists white supremacy

Track B: Organization Analysis

-Quarterly facilitated meetings with group-specific breakouts

-Focus on assessing the practices and structure of your organization in light of white supremacy culture

-Goal: equip org. members to advocate for anti-racist reforms within their organization

We are creating a learning community in North Admiral that can deepen relationships enough to ask tough questions and commit to meaningful actions for justice and mercy.


Third Tuesdays, 7:00PM
at the Coffee Hour Zoom link

Come dressed in the monthly theme to be eligible for a cool prize!
March 16: "Happy St. Paddy's Day!"

April 20: "Celebrate Pets!"

See you all there! BINGO!

If you've played before, you know how easy and fun it is! 
If you're a Zoom Bingo novice, click below to email Peggy and she'll get you signed up!

Fifth Sundays Community Hymn Festival

Sunday, May 30th at 4pm
Free Sing-Along On-Line Event

Sponsored by the Music Department of Admiral Church.
Join the Admiral Choir on Zoom to sing along on some of your favorite hymns, from How Great Thou Art to Hallelujah! Opportunity to connect with other music lovers and sing boldly while staying remote.