NEWS & PUBLICATIONS
Doña Rosa and Rev. Katie Romano Griffin were interviewed for a video produced by the Immigrant Food restaurant in Washington, DC.
Holding you all in our thoughts this Holy Week. Passover has begun and Easter preparations are also underway as we navigate these strange and stenuous times we find ourselves in. We hope you will join us for
Due to the uncertainty of in-person Sunday services over the coming months, the Acting Director of Music Ministry Search Team decided to pause its search.
Whether you need to volunteer from home or are ready to stock the food pantry near you, this is your one-stop, how-to-get-involved list!
Connect. Engage. Enrich.
Each weekday from 12-1 we are offering a "Lunch Hour Power Hour." Each day will be a drop in program that is first focused on connecting with each other, with a dash of faith development and religious education worked in.
Due to the changing times we find ourselves in, we are pausing the search for this postion until the church reopens. Please direct any questions to the Rev. Katie Romano Griffin.
The Board of Trustees would like to salute our amazing can-do staff for the way they handled the flood, caused by a broken hose on the dishwasher, at church on Sunday morning. Rufo Nasol, our new Facilities Technician, arrived early and immediately noticed water
Cedar Lane members packed the sanctuary Sunday, Nov 3, for a Congregational Meeting and gave the green light to the Renovation Task Force to move forward with the plan to renovate our building.
If you’re 70-1/2 or older and own one or more IRAs, thanks to federal legislation passed in 2015 you can make a special tax-wise gift directly to Cedar Lane through your IRA without writing a personal check.