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Lighting Candles

“What we really need is more proactive good, as well as reactive good. We need to search for ways to attack every area of life with good, rather than waiting for deterioration to force us into reaction. We need to encourage right, not just discourage wrong. We need to...
Social Distancing Protocols

Social Distancing Protocols

As we seek to abide by the social distancing protocols during the Coronavirus pandemic, the regularly scheduled meetings at the building have been suspended until further notice. Sunday morning times of worship will be available through live streaming on a YouTube...

Addition By Subtraction

I grew up, as many of you did, in a family that went to church every time the doors were open. We were three-times-a-week church-goers, and the only excuse for missing church that my folks would countenance was a clearly verifiable illness. An oft quoted verse I heard...
Tapestry: Finding Yourself in God’s Story

Tapestry: Finding Yourself in God’s Story

During this year’s Lenten season, we are sharing in a sermon series called “Tapestry: Finding Yourself in God’s Story.” Throughout this series, we’ll be exploring seven major types of stories that are found in Scripture (and in literature) and reflecting together on...

Precautions

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change, though the mountains shake in the heart of the sea; though its waters roar and foam, though the mountains tremble with its tumult. Psalm 46:1-3...