Ordinary Time – by Kim Holmes Grasmick/Council Member-Evangelism & Outreach Our liturgical calendar shows seasons, like Advent, Lent and Easter, with the longest season called Ordinary Time. We are right […]
One of the central stories in the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) is where the Hebrews are set free from slavery in Egypt, known as the Exodus. Do you know why […]
Yesterday was an important date in our history. Did you celebrate? Probably not, it even slipped by me! Indeed, when it comes to celebrating the Reformation, June 25 is perhaps […]
By Pastor Bill My mom has been with the church triumphant now for many years but she continues with me in many ways, especially with all the proverbs she taught. […]
By Pastor Bill Crabtree The great turn out for our Lay School, which focused on empowering us to share our faith story, displays great ownership in SLC’s current “Connect More […]
By Pastor Bill – As we draw near to another celebration of Christmas, the celebration of the incarnation of God, I want to address an often-overlooked aspect of the event: […]
Do people understand why we do all the things we do? Do people make a connection between worship and their daily lives?
It’s almost here. The day 500 years ago when Martin Luther put forward the 95 Theses. Early on, the posting of Luther’s objections to the practice of indulgences was seen […]
Truthfully, I can’t believe that I’m compelled to write about this subject! It boggles my mind that there are Christian people, pastors, and celebrities like Kirk Cameron who are making […]
So when we push you to be in worship more often than you currently do, it is for no other reason than we want the best for you.