August 28: Faces in Black and White

Join us for worship this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The human face can be seen as a landscape of history, struggle, and, above all, inspiration. As Walt Whitman wrote in his poem “Faces”: “red, white, black, all are deific” — that is, all faces, whether Native American, European American, or African American, are equally a divine reflection. Join art historian, curator and Mill Creek member Stephen Petersen as he presents his message, “Faces in Black and White.” Music will be performed by returning guest musician Tristan Leung.

​Children’s Religious Education (RE)

We’ve found at least one Monarch caterpillar and we will looking for more in our meadow this Sunday (let us know if you want to adopt).

​​​It’s going to be another great day at Mill Creek!​​