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Rite I 8 am Sunday Rite II 10 am Sunday Adult Formation 9:15 Sunday Choir Practice 11:45 Sunday Holy Eucharist 9:30 Wednesday Bible Study 10:00 Wednesday Vestry Second Tuesday 7:00 pm More detail
Clergy and Lay Leadership
The Reverend Bob SaikRector 480-980-1981 [email protected] Mr. Gary Quamme Music Director [email protected] Ms. Joan CrossmenTreasurer Ms. Linda Ostmeyer Office Manager 480-986-1145 [email protected] Miriam Waddingham, Senior Warden Pat Mack, Junior Warden Vestry: Pat... More detail
Our Mission
Come join us on Sunday at 8 or 10 and see first hand how our caring, loving community is living into our name. More detail

Latest Sermons

Sermon June 16, 2019

On Friday evening, our daughter and her family came and stayed with us. Saturday morning, I drove them…

Sermon June 9, 2019

I visit my spiritual advisor every three weeks. I appreciate the opportunity to talk to her about my…

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Scheduling Events
To eliminate conflict, make sure you check the... Read More
Flat Charlie
Instead of having a destination, Walking on... Read More
Nursery Mural Complete
The painting of the mural in the nursery is... Read More
Bulletin 6.9.19
Adult Education is at 9:15 a.m. We have returned... Read More
Sermon Audio Located in Worship Menu
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Game Night
Recently we held our first game night. Thanks to... Read More
by Lynn Graff Following the Diocesan workshop... Read More
Book Ministry
Our Book Ministry is off to a good start. Books... Read More

Upcoming Events

Bible Study

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 10:00
Bible Study meets on Wednesdays at 10 in the Parish Hall.


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  • From Wednesday, November 29, 2017 10:00 to Saturday, December 28, 2019 10:00


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Prayer Requests


    "Almighty God, giver of every good gift; Look graciously on your Church,..." 
    An anonymous requester (Jan 10,2018)



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What's In a Name a Blog by D. Podhajsky

The leaders of our spirituality group recently posed a question to the group, “What name do you use for God?” If we believe Juliet this question wouldn’t elicit much thought, after all a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. But many people disagree with Shakespeare believing that…

A Blog by Rev. Susan Smith-Allen

​It seems that almost every day, oh yet one more person announces that he or she is willing to run for President in the 2020 election, well over a year from now. This amazes me, because I would assume that one would have to be dragged kicking, biting, and screaming…

A Blog by Rev. Susan Smith-Allen

Like many folks, I truly love classical music, especially Baroque. So I have the PBS Classical Music Station on a great deal of the time, and always in the car – probably to the annoyance of whichever poor soul is riding with me – and my secret hope is that…

A Blog by Rev. Susan Smith-Allen

Some years ago a colleague asked me whether I liked “Who-Dun-Its.” I replied, “Sometimes.” He then asked “Do you know how many priests read mysteries?” “No idea.” “Well, you’d be surprised, lots of priests read mysteries.” This left me with no information whatsoever about percentages of priestly reading material; but…
  • Jeremiah 23:24
    “Who can hide in secret places so that I cannot see them?” declares the LORD. “Do not I fill heaven and earth?” declares the LORD.”