Join Us

We hope that you can join us on Sunday, July 5 for

The Spiritual Journey: Are We There Yet?
The road to Inner Peace may be circuitous and bumpy, but there are tools to make the

journey rich and rewarding. Tame an “Unruly Mind” and the road gets smoother.

by guest speaker
Hallie Moore

with music arranged by
Susan Powers
with pianist
Amanda Hanson

Coffee and Conversation at 10:30am
Sermon starts at 11:30am

Summer Services Schedule

Our service schedule is changing for the summer.

Beginning July 5, 2015, and continuing until the Water Communion service on August 23, there will be only one service each Sunday. The 9:30am service will be cancelled until August 23. Coffee hour will begin at 10:30am, and the 11:30am service will continue as it always has.

Besides Jeff Graeber’s Adult Forum on July 5 at 10:30am, all Adult Forum is on hiatus until the end of the summer.

If you have any questions about the summer schedule, please contact the church office:


[email protected]

Millbend Coffeehouse News

Millbend Coffeehouse Presents
Still on The Hill
July 11th ~ 7:30pm

Still on the Hill (Kelly Mulhollan and Donna Stjerna) is at the very heart of the American “folkgrass” phenomenon. A Still on the Hill performance incorporates kaleidoscopic color and constant movement. Bright clothing and hats, long flowing hair, dancing feet (some with shoes, some without), bobbing fiddle and weaving guitar engage the audience, drawing them into the excitement.

Kelly was born in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and his passion for stringed instruments began at the age of 9 with a gift of a ukulele. Within two years he had added the guitar and banjo to his credits. The ’70’s and ’80’s found Kelly in countless bands playing rock & roll, bluegrass, jazz, progressive rock, and folk music while studying contemporary classical music.

Donna grew up in New York and California and began playing the fiddle at the age of 12 after being taken to see the “lady fiddler” in the Eddie Arnold show. She is a highly prolific songwriter with over 400 songs to her credit and has been the band’s principal songwriter since they became a duo in 2001. In addition to playing the fiddle, Donna contributes lead vocals, mandolin, cello, and a variety of traditional roots-based instruments to the unique sound that is Still on the Hill.

Bluegrass, folk, jazz, classical, jug band and blues – take your pick, or take them all, because that’s what you’ll get when you see this great duo at Millbend Coffeehouse. Talented Houston songwriter and performing artist Leslie Krafka will open the concert with some of her lively and beautiful songs.