As we struggle with and explore what a 21stCentury church community looks like, it’s important to listen to what others might have to say. I recently ran across an article written by one of the church leadership folks I follow, Rev. Carey Nieuwhof (here’s a link to read it). I found it rather pertinent to what
I pondered what he had said. “I must pray to God?” “No,” he said. “You must learn to pray throughGod.” In the years after Christ’s crucifixion, Paul of Tarsus, a prosperous tentmaker and Jewish scholar, took it upon himself to persecute the small groups of his followers that sprung up. But on the road to Damascus,
Off in the east, the sky was slowly getting brighter. Soon the day would dawn and this long wasted night of futile fishing would come to a close. Peter stood there in the boat, tangled nets draped over the side and encircling his feet, thinking about these last few weeks. He had gone fishing to
Women’s Fellowship invites everyone to an After-Valentine’s Ice Cream and Game Night Party Friday, February 15 at 7:00pm. This is a family event and we hope all will join in for a fun night. All the items needed to build your own sundae or banana split will be furnished. Popcorn is also on the menu!
Sometimes called “per capita” Our Church’s Wider Mission (basic support) is a special UCC offering that enables Associations, Conferences, the National Church setting, and some of our affiliated partners to continue providing the care and services that are vital to the United Church of Christ. Our congregation’s goal this year is $2,000. If you would
We want to throw a “Fat Tuesday” pancake supper and party—who’s willing to help? We could use table decorators, pancake chefs, kitchen helpers, etc. If interested, please let us know ASAP! This would be a great event to invite neighbors and friends that are not currently connected to the church or need a “re-connection.” Let’s
Our email editor has a significant February birthday on his mind (turning 65) but our new worship series begins in January! Sorry about the error!