Every Sunday: Handicap parking, elevator, large print materials, hearing devices, worship activity bags for children, parent's room overlooking the sanctuary, children's sermon and activities, Eucharist includes gluten-free and wine substitutes.


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Sunday Morning Learning at 8:30 am:

Prayer Pieces (knit and stitch) in The Gallery, Bible study in the Fellowship Hall.


Regular Worship at 9:30 am:

Jam: Jesus and Me, a fun and educational time for children up to the age of 12, follows the children's sermon during every worship service.

March 30, 2014
Fourth Sunday in Lent ~ Service of Healing
Sermon Title:
"Blind Man Stood By the Road and He Cried ”
Text: John 9:1-41
April 6, 2014
Fifth Sunday in Lent
Sermon Title:
"Jesus Wept?  More Than Once? ”
Text: John 11:1-45

Find Us!


1036 West A Street, Moscow, ID 83843
(up the hill from Arby's) office hours: Mon-Wed & Fri, 7 am to 3:30 pm.
t. 208.882.3915

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Join Us!

We warmly welcome people of all ages, of all mental and physical abilities, of every gender identity and sexual orientation; those who are single, widowed, divorced, separated, partnered, or married; people of every color, culture, and economic circumstance, and anyone who feels or has felt excluded or abandoned.

As a Reconciling in Christ Congregation, we commit ourselves to being open and affirming toward all people as children of God.

RIC since November 2009.

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