Summer is on the wane (where did the summer go?) — and autumn will be here on September 23, always sooner than we expect it. Yet through all the seasons–hunger, loneliness,... (More...)

Many of us no longer use offering envelopes, so we don’t get that little twice-a-year reminder about the Deacons’ Fund. In the midst of our blessings, however, the Deacons ask... (More...)

In this month’s edition of Deacon’s Corner, we’ll continue to answer the question “what do the Deacons do?” An excellent example of Deacons in action is our Visitation Team.... (More...)

April is here, and the joy of Easter awaits us. But before we get to Easter, we must go through Good Friday. The painful loss of someone held dear to us is something we all experience... (More...)

I’d like to begin by thanking our outgoing deacons for their service: Judy Chessa, Terri Froehlich, Sue Nelson and Bill Winsted. Judy served 3 years as Moderator. We are sorry to... (More...)

As I wrap up my three years as Moderator of the Board of Deacons, I reflect about the many ways the Deacons and our congregation give with such generosity of heart. Our Church is filled... (More...)

Many of us no longer use offering envelopes, so we don’t get that little twice-a-year reminder about the Deacons’ Fund. In the midst of our blessings, however, the Deacons ask... (More...)

The Deacons operate a “Loaves & Fishes” ministry, which brings home-made meals to folks who have just returned home after a hospitalization or a rehab stay, for instance, and... (More...)

Summer is on the wane (where did the summer go?) — and autumn will be here on September 22, always sooner than we expect it. Yet through all the seasons–hunger, loneliness,... (More...)

Many of us no longer use offering envelopes, so we don’t get that little twice-a-year reminder about the Deacons’ Fund. In the midst of our blessings, however, the Deacons ask... (More...)

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