Warm Clothing Drive sponsored by Admiral Church on behalf of Mary's Place. 

There is a great need right now which you're invited to join us in helping to meet.

Drop off at the church between 12-3pm

November 18th thru the 21st.

Items needed and appreciated are: Coats, Sweaters, Scarfs, Gloves, Boots, Shoes, Socks, Ear Muffs for Men, Women and Children.

If attendant not there, place in large box by the front door.

Walking the Sacred Path

Labyrinth: Ancient Tool for Modern Mystics
Wednesdays 12:30-1:30PM
in the Admiral Church Sanctuary

12:30-12:45: Preparing the Sacred Space
-unfolding the canvas labyrinth in the sanctuary
-brief lecture on the history and theology of the labyrinth


12:45-1:15: Open Time for Walking Prayer
-silent space for prayer and meditation
-candle lighting and journaling available


1:15-1:30: Closing the Sacred Space
-contemplative music and prayer to close
-re-folding the canvas labyrinth & replacing chairs

Teach-In with Paul Kivel

On Wokeness and Performativity

Monday, November 29, 7:30-9:00PM

This second teach-in with author, organizer, and antiracist educator Paul Kivel will deepen our study of his insightful book Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice. Even if you haven't participated in the monthly or quarterly discussions, you will be challenged and edified by this session.

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.

Imagining Beyond Empire

Spiritual Practices to Unlearn Oppression
6 Sessions every two weeks, Online or In Person 

In Person Section: Sundays 9:00-9:45am

Oct. 3, Oct. 17, Oct. 31, Nov. 14, Nov. 28, Dec. 12


Registration Required, $60 fee

(split between Admiral UCC and the Poor People’s Campaign)


This course invites us into the profound work of understanding the multiple overlapping forms of oppression we often inadvertently participate in perpetuating and developing spiritual practices that enable us to take an honest look at ourselves and to imagine ways of living beyond these oppressive dynamics. We are all embedded within and act out of systems that are based on the unjust exercise of power or authority. These oppressive actions and systems diminish us, divide us, and inhibit the full manifestation of God’s love and justice in this world.


2nd and 4th Sundays

The SOS Stories program is a confidential circle designed to hold space for both our intimacy and our disconnection from our Higher Power.


We believe that separation from God is an illusion, yet at various times in our lives it feels very real and overwhelms us all in different ways. We gather together for one primary purpose: to help people who want to heal, strengthen, and deepen their relationship with their Higher Power.


We do this by welcoming and giving comfort to those seeking support, by bravely telling our stories of encounter with a loving God, and by giving understanding and encouragement to any person struggling to trust in God’s love and welcome.


Third Tuesdays (Monday in December) 7:00PM
at the Fellowship Hall Zoom link

Come dressed in the monthly theme to be eligible for a cool prize!

*MONDAY* December 20: UgLy Xmas SwEAteRs

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!