Sunday, Sept. 26 at 11:00 a.m.We are delighted to announce that we will welcome our new intern, Dana Myers, and her family, at Worship Service.
Sunday, October 10 at 11:00 a.m. to noon, Drive Thru Holy Communion Service (bring your own bread/crackers and grape juice)
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During the pandemic we have been only holding events in which we can ensure the safety of our members, staff, and community. Check our Upcoming Events tab for more information.
We all continue to watch and to pray for those around the world who are being impacted by the spread of COVID-19. We pray for those infected, the families of those who have lost their lives, those providing care and relief, and those making important decisions
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Tag Archives: Wonderful Words of Life
Most of us carry within us images of Satan that arise from Genesis (the Snake), Revelation (The Beast from the Sea), cans of deviled ham (Underwood), and really bad Hollywood movies. The composite picture of Satan that emerges from the … Continue reading
Matt. 18:26 So the servant fell on his knees, imploring him, ‘Lord, have patience with me, and I will pay you everything.’ Rom. 2:4 Or do you presume upon the riches of his kindness and forbearance and patience? Do you … Continue reading
Today I want to a little time talking about one of the Wonderful Words of Life. If you understand these words, it will increase your ability to comprehend and understand the Bible. The word for today “change.” So, what does … Continue reading
Today I offer commentary on the Assigned Lessons and then add comments about our relationship to the nation-state and our politics. This little commentary is not a complete statement of politics for people of faith. It is just an exploration. … Continue reading
Texts: Romans 8:18-25, Luke 23:39-43, Psalm 49:7-20 Winston Churchill claimed to be an agnostic. He regarded faith in an afterlife as mere superstition, akin to believing in ghosts and goblins. He once told his doctor that death was just a … Continue reading