You are welcome.
Whether Shalom welcomes you.
Whether we see you every Sunday, for a season, or on sweet rare occasions, you are welcome.
Whatever your identities, in age, race, abilities, sexual orientation, gender, immigration status, you are welcome.
You are welcome as member, worshipper, participant, observer, leader.
There are so many ways to be part of this community that no one can or should do them all.
You may roll through the doorway, dance up an aisle, slide quietly into a back seat, dive into fellowship, engage earnestly in meetings, feast at potluck, delight in learnings, or dig into work for immigration justice, peace and earth-care.
We invite you to find the niche that is right for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do women need to wear head coverings? Do men need to wear beards?
A: Portions of the Mennonite family do retain expectations as to dress. We, however, have decided that this will not be a primary expression of our faith. There are no expectations or judgments as a congregation as to what that must look like. Most people dress and groom casually and comfortably every day, Sunday included.