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Today is the first day of Summer, and it is a hot one!! As I was out for a walk today, I was reflecting on a hot summer day from June of 2002.
As I was leaving the church today and walking home, I thought about another image for our need to regularly engage in the spiritual disciplines of prayer and scripture reading.
Moving our in-person Christmas Eve worship to an online worship due to recent rise in COVID-19 cases.
“Is this ever going to end?” During the past nearly two years we have individually and collectively said these words as we talked about the pandemic.
This morning, as I was reading the world news reports, I was deeply saddened by what has been unfolding in Afghanistan and by the destruction and loss of life in Haiti.
The killing of an innocent Muslim family, out for an evening walk last Sunday, came as a shock to many of us.
Hearing the horrible news about the remains of the 215 children that were uncovered at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, has stirred in all of us all kinds of emotions.
Please join your fellow members and click the following link for our Easter worship.
Listen and Participate in our Good Friday Worship Service