Are you or someone you know an artist who would like to be a vendor at our fall Arts and Crafts Fair? Applications are available now.
Calling all current 8th – 12th graders: What are you doing next summer?
How about the Presbyterian Youth Triennium July 16 – 20, 2019 at Purdue University in Indiana? Presbyterian... (More...)
How can we help! Think warm!
Warm coats, hats, and gloves.
Warm medium and large size long underwear
(new underwear sizes-large sizes/any color)
Warm hooded sweatshirts... (More...)
Chaplain and spiritual counselor Andrea Raynor has written The Alphabet of Grief, Words to Help in Time of Sorrow (155.9).
It consists of brief reflections on dealing with grief under... (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...)
During Advent my congregation explored silence, as this was the 100th
anniversary of the Christmas Carol Silent Night. At the beginning of this year I
visited an audiologist... (More...)
While for many of us, getting used to 2019 has been a slow process, our Sunday School kids haven’t missed a beat. Their energy, enthusiasm, and brain power have been as strong... (More...)
If you are remembering the “Senior Lunch Bunch,” it’s not just for Seniors! All are welcome and invited!
Lunch Bunch met in the Fellowship Hall in January and started... (More...)
In your steadfast love hear my voice; O Lord, in your justice preserve my life.
As we talked about during Advent, we live in a noisy world full of loud voices... (More...)
Scripture readings: Mark 10: 46-52; I Corinthians 14: 26-40
Sermon by Tami Seidel: How to be a Disorderly Disciple of a Disruptive Redeemer
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