Monthly archives:October 2017

  • Steve Lindsley (Deuteronomy 34: 1-12) Last week Grace preached on the “facetime” between Moses and God, this unheard-of intimate connection between human and divine.  Today we skip ahead in time a little bit, and skip ahead a few books in the Bible, to Deuteronomy. God’s people are on the cu... [read more]
  • Grace Lindvall (Exodus 33: 12-21) This morning our scripture reading comes from the Old Testament, following the lectionary for this week. We find ourselves at the end of the book of Exodus where we meet Moses and God in the midst of a conversation in the wilderness after the exodus from Egy... [read more]
  • Our 2018 Stewardship season has begun!  Dedication Sunday was yesterday, October 8th.  Thank you for prayerfully considering your pledge to the work of our church! ***************** Good morning…and Happy Dedication Sunday!    It’s hard to believe that a month has flown by since I was up here ... [read more]
  • Steve Lindsley (Psalm 84: 1-12, Romans 12: 1-2) Today we conclude the Stewardship sermon series Grace and I began five weeks ago, based on this book, Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations.  To recap, the five practices the books talks about are: Intentional Faith Growth Radical Hospit... [read more]
  • Our 2018 Stewardship season has begun!  Dedication Sunday will be on October 8th.  Thank you for prayerfully considering your pledge to the work of our church! ***************** The theme for the stewardship committee this year is "Seeds to Branches." As I began to think about the process of s... [read more]
  • We rejoice at the many exciting things happening outside with the construction of our new parking area and columbarium.  We want to let you know of other changes taking place inside our building as well.  Imagine pulling into our new parking lot when it’s completed and entering through our new front... [read more]
  • Grace Lindvall (Matthew 20: 1-16) As many of you know, Steve and I are in the middle of our Fall Stewardship Sermon series based on the book by Robert Schnase – Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations. These five practices are: Intentional Faith Development, Radical Hospitality, Risk-Taking... [read more]