Worship Services begin at 10 a.m.  Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month.

Children Pre-K through 6 begin the morning in the sanctuary with their families for the first part of the service.   After a Children's Message, teachers and children go to graded classrooms.  Sunday School is in session until 11:15 a.m.  Monthly children's chapel services are held in Noah's Chapel. Children return to the sanctuary for Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month.

Summer Sunday School for children who will be in grades K to 3 in the fall runs from mid-June through August.

Infant care (newborn to age 2) and toddler care (age 3-4) is provided every Sunday beginning at 10 a.m.

Audio Tapes and CDS; Sermons Audio and Podcast

Audio tapes and CDs of Sunday worship: cassettes and CDs of all worship services are available at the close of worship. Back copies on file for the past 6 months are also available.  Memorial Services are recorded upon request.

For many sermons, an audio recording is available on the page for that sermon. A podcast of all recorded sermons is available at www.springglenchurchdev.org/sermons-podcast

Announcement Procedures

The Deacons and Church Council have suggested that all announcements be printed in the bulletin. Please fax (248-2070), e-mail springg@snet.net, or phone (288-3381) by noon on Thursday. If on Sunday morning you find you have a last-minute announcement, please write it down and give it to one of the pastors.

April 6, 2014

April 6, 2014

                I doubt very much if Tennyson had recently read the prophecies of Ezekiel when he proclaimed his infamous words of encouragement in the midst of loss—“Tis better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved at all.”

          The reason I say that is that Ezekiel had the demanding job...

March 30, 2014

March 30, 2014

Several events of recent weeks which haunt us all led me to give thought to how Jesus has responded to questions about evil and suffering in the world.  The mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian airliner, on what appeared to be a routine flight, is an event likely to cause us all heartache and grief.   It is hard not to picture ourselves possibly being on such a flight....

Sunday Worship Schedule •• April 2014

Fifth Sunday in Lent

April 6, 2014:  Ezek 37:1-14, Ps 130, Rom 8:6-11, John 11:1-45

Sixth Sunday in Lent (Palm/Passion Sunday)

April 13, 2014:  Os 118:1-2, 19-29, Matt 21:1-11; Liturgy of the Passion Isa 50:4-9a, Ps 31:9-16, Phil 2:5-11, Matt 26:14-27:66 or Matt 27:11-54


April 20, 2014: Acts 10:34-43 or Jer 31:1...

March 9, 2014

March 9, 2014

          I’d like to begin today where we left off the last time we were together.  By that, I don’t mean last Sunday morning when many gathered here to hear Pastor Clare speak of the thin places in our world and heart.  No, I mean where we left on Wednesday night, Ash Wednesday, when many of us gathered here to begin the season of Lent together....

Thin and Thick...

Thin and Thick...

There are places on earth which are considered to be sites of particular holiness, places where God seems more present than usual, where heaven seems to meet earth and the divine is made manifest to humans.  Each religion claims its territory:  the Hindus bathe in the Ganges; the Buddhists sit near the Bodhi tree in Bodgya where Gautama was enlightened.  Jews find the mountain...

A Third Way

A Third Way

The passages we have just heard from the gospel of Matthew are some of the most challenging in the New Testament.  Love your enemy, turn the other cheek, go the extra mile, give your inner garment as well as your cloak.  Challenging because we know, immediately,  that they go against all our basic instincts. Challenging also because we know that we do not live up to them. As...

Chancel Drama - "A Matter of Time"

"A Matter of Time" is a chancel drama which explores the issues of faith, doubt, and compassion for others. The play was written by Nick Appleby and was performed at the Spring Glen Church during...