Worship in the Picnic Shelter

Due to the rising cases of Covid in our area, we will be worshipping outside in the Picnic Shelter for a while.  Since our Sunday school classes are small groups, those will continue being inside in the classrooms at 9:45 on Sunday mornings.  Worship begins at 11...

Pastor’s blog – October 2021

Stuck in Traffic The other day I was traveling on I-64 when suddenly everything came to a halt.  These days, it seems like a common occurrence on an interstate.  This time, I could actually see what the situation was.  There was an accident about 15 cars in front of...

Pastor’s blog – September 2021

On September 12th, we begin a new cycle in the Narrative Lectionary.  We begin this holy story with God speaking a word and all of creation springs into life.  Here are the opening lines to the story of God, and the story of us:  In the beginning when God created the...

Pastor’s blog – August 2021

An old jug The last time I was visiting my mom, she gave me an old jug.  She’s had it for years and now was ready to pass it on to me.  It’s not very fancy, but it is rather beautiful.  There’s a cork stuck in the top and the colors of the glaze are earthy tones of...

Pastor’s blog – July 2021

Finding a peaceful place To have a place where you can go and feel at peace is so important for our spirit.  For some, it could be a favorite park bench where you watch children and dogs play.  It could be a leisurely walk on the beach or a hike on a mountain trail. ...