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Worship Times

To ensure the health and safety of all during the COVID-19 pandemic, worship is currently being held in our parking lot at 10:40 a.m. every Sunday and live on Facebook.com. Weekly worship videos are also posted to the church’s YouTube channel. See our COVID-19 Info Page for details.

Fall/Winter/Spring Schedule:
9:30am Sunday School
10:40am Worship
11:30am Fellowship

Summer Schedule
(Memorial Day weekend through
Labor Day weekend)
10:00am Worship
10:50am Fellowship

More Than Enough

February 14, 2021
Years ago when I got my first bird feeder, I thought it would make me happy. But it had the opposite effect. Whenever I looked at it, I was mostly angry. I thought my

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A Brilliant Brokenness

February 7, 2021
In John’s gospel, Jesus says, “I am the light of the world. In Matthew’s gospel, Jesus says, “YOU are the light of the world. To teach kids this, I give them mirrors. Then I

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Announcers and Exiles

January 31, 2021
Announcements come in many forms.  You get a baby announcement in the mail and you think: Good news — and you know that it’s true.  After all, why would anyone lie about having a baby? 

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Leave Your Nets

January 24, 2021
Recently, my son said to me, “I can’t believe all the money they are spending to roll out the director’s cut of Justice League (a very dismal super hero movie). Instead of spending millions

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Deep Faith for Dark Times

January 17, 2021
Political corruption leading to national crisis: That is what we saw in the Capitol on January 6. Having been misled by their leaders that an election had been stolen, the unthinkable happened: America’s political

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You Shouldn’t Have

January 10, 2021
Everyone has at least one “interesting” member of the family; someone in the family tree that is a truly odd bird: An eccentric, a curmudgeon, a square peg in a family of round holes.

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You Shouldn’t Have

January 3, 2021
Everyone has at least one “interesting” member of the family; someone in the family tree that is a truly odd bird: An eccentric, a curmudgeon, a square peg in a family of round holes.

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The Cure Is Here

December 20, 2020
To borrow a phrase: Behold, I bring glad tidings of great joy which shall be to all people: The cure is here! The coronavirus vaccine is at hand. Shipments are arriving and the first

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