Tag: Worship Service
Sundays in the sanctuary are different from how they were before the pandemic. We’re in masks, and the windows are open and there is air flowing through fans. Our children are with us upstairs and they bring a joyful – and sometimes loud – noise … read more.
Balance, someone once quipped, is having a cookie in both hands. These days, I find myself wishing it was that easy. As the pandemic continues to surge and recede, as spring continues to dance between late winter scudding clouds and drizzle and those perfect soft … read more.
Many years ago, I was chatting with a couple of church members after a getting-to-know- you conversation with someone who was new to the congregation. As we talked about how we would know that someone had become part of our community, I said that I … read more.
I want to update you today on our ongoing response to COVID-19, and changes in the Covid Act Now website and reporting, and how we will be moving forward. As you may remember, we have been using CovidActNow.org as the external metric for our … read more.
In one of my preaching classes, a teacher said it was important to give members of the congregation a little bit of a chuckle in every sermon. It was a lesson I took to heart, and I continue to be mindful of creating opportunity to … read more.
Spring is slowly coming into itself. The ornamental cherry trees that line our street are in full flower and it’s raining pink petals. The fluffy trees encourage my shoulders to relax and encourage a full breath every time I drive somewhere. I hope your … read more.
Here’s a peek at what you’ll see if you join us in-person for “Renewing Faith” worship service this Sunday, March 20, as we move to a multiplatform service with people attending in our sanctuary! If you plan to attend in-person, please register here: … read more.