Finding your spiritual path involves wrestling with the hard questions of faith. Pilgrimage isn’t a place that gives people pat answers for spiritual questions. We do create spaces where people can safely wrestle with the questions that can lead them to deeper faith. Here are a few of those spaces:

Worship. Worship services at Pilgrimage are lively, thoughtful, and include times for private reflection.

Adult Sunday School class meets from September through May immediately following the 10:00 worship service in the Sanctuary.   Attendees generally stay with one topic for 6-8 weeks.

Past classes that have inspired thought-provoking discussions were: Living the Questions; Praying the Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic; Marcus Borg’s The Heart of Christianity.  Sometimes the class will debrief the worship service and sermon and then make connections between worship and their “real lives.”

Book Groups. Pilgrimage currently has one book group which meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. Discussions are always lively and give participants the opportunity to share more deeply with others.

Online Daily Devotions. Daily devotions on the biblical texts used in worship, written by the members of our congregation, are available online.

Occasional Groups. As interests in various topics arise, groups form around those topics.

Missions Opportunities. Because we learn not only by sitting and talking, but also by doing, Pilgrimage provides many opportunities to live our faith out in the larger community.