May 14, 10 am: A Mother to Me (Worship Café All-Ages Service)

Qualities we often associate with mothering – such as compassion, gentleness and understanding – may be found in parents of all genders, as well as teachers, coaches and other persons who were and are special in our lives. Who was like a mother to you? What gifts do you still carry from your relationship? Today we’ll honor these people and experiences.

Worship Café is our every-now-and-then, worship-for-all ages service. We transform the Sanctuary into a café (tables and chairs), serve a light breakfast, and offer a tabletop service project designed to engage kids and adults. Come join us!

 Northwest member Hugh Fordyce, who grew up in Webster, West Virginia – the same town as Mother’s Day founder Anna Jarvis – will continue his gracious tradition of passing out long-stemmed carnations to us all. You’re invited to take a white carnation if your mother or mother-figure is still living or a red carnation if your mother or mother-figure is deceased.

Worship Leader – Rev. Terry Davis
Worship Associate – David Stewart
Music – The Northwest Choir