Thursday, December 14, 2017

Schedule Change: Bible Study and Evening Prayer

We're going to take a break from both Thursday morning Bible study and Thursday evening prayer until January 11.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Daylight Savings Time Ends

Daylight Savings Time ends this weekend. (Remember the old saying, "Spring Forward; Fall Back.")

Set your clocks back one hour this Saturday night.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Coffee Hour and Harvest Dinner

Sunday, October 22
  • Simple finger food potluck.
Sunday, November 5 Harvest Dinner
  • Sister Nadine, Sister. Rachel, Shirleen Reed, and the Gibbs family are providing meat. Everyone else sign up for a side dish.
  • Special thanks to David Eisel and Larry Lautenschlager who have organized, decorated, and cooked this meal for many years. This year they are taking a break.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Evening prayer and Bible Study

Thursday evenings at 5:00 p.m. we meet at the church for Evening Prayer and a brief Bible study. Everyone is welcome to join us.
Note: This is a change. The first couple of weeks we met later, but that schedule didn't work for several of our members.
(By the way, we got the parking lot lights fixed, so you can actually see your way to the door and back to your car!)

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

St. Matthew's Day

This Sunday, Sept. 17th we are celebrating St. Matthew's Day. David Crane will be our guest pianist. This will be a jazz service, followed by a Pot Luck. Bring something to good to eat!!!

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Story of our Crosses Sunday

Please bring crosses to be blessed this Sunday, August 20th.

During sermon time everyone will be invited, but not required, to tell their story about their favorite crosses. For example I plan on bringing my Seminary Cross.

This is part of our 200 Diocesan event. Hopefully, we will have 200 crosses to bless, so bring as many as you want. They will be blessed during the service and we will take pictures following the service for the upcoming Diocesan Convention. Don't worry, your crosses are not to be given away. They will be blessed and you can take them home. Thanks so much.

Rev. Kay