Pilgrim United Church of Christ



Sunday School student and teacher

Sunday Morning Schedule

9:15 a.m. — Adult Sunday school: Theology of Radical Love class — in the Community Room

10:15 a.m. — Children’s music with Barbara

10:30 a.m. — Worship

10:50 a.m. — Children’s Sunday School (following the Time with Children in worship)

nursery for babiesLambs Room   

We happily welcome the youngest members of God’s family! A nursery is available for preschoolers who will best experience the love of God through stories, toys, puzzles — and maybe even a nap!


children and teacher in Sunday SchoolChildren’s Sunday School   

Our children are important to us! We welcome them for worship, learning, and play.
Following the Time with Children in worship, children are invited to learn and play in their classrooms: K-2nd grade in the Lions Room and 3rd-5th grade in the Leopards Room. Please pick up children promptly following worship.

During the school year, children are invited to learn music before worship (at 10:15).


Youth in grades 6-12 are invited to participate in youth events and activities, service opportunities, and worship leadership. For more information about upcoming events, contact our youth leader, Kyle Kentopp, at kgkentopp@gmail.com.

Rev. Mandy will also lead a Confirmation Class for 8th grade students this year.

Adult Sunday School classAdult Sunday School   

The Theology of Radical Love class will meet in the Community Room from 9:15 – 10:15 a.m. on Sunday mornings from September 11-October 2nd. The class will explore how our faith affects our understandings of sexuality and gender, and how our understandings of gender and sexuality affect our faith.

According to queer theology, radical love is at the heart of both the LGBTQ community and Christianity, creating a kinship where too often both sides have felt a divide. Whoever we are and however we identify, how might the concept of radical love inform our experiences of God, Jesus, the church, and one another?

Beginning October 9th, there will be a class on environmental justice. A November interfaith series will continue conversations from our workshop on Islamophobia and Sitting at God’s Table documentary viewing earlier this summer.  A series on white privilege is being planned for the spring.

Other educational and spiritual formation classes meet seasonally, or for short series, throughout the year — sometimes at church and sometimes in local coffee shops or breweries. We welcome everyone’s voice and presence!