My concern is that some, upon encountering a harsh or difficult saying, will let that particular saying cover or color the whole of one’s understand of Jesus.
By Pastor Paula Lund Burchill My theme word for 2019 is pause. I have written about my love of this word and how it reminds me to stop and […]
Maybe we should look at faith practices as faith fuelings.
Recently, in two separate conversations, I had someone my age state that if they had not grown up in the church, they probably would not be interested because of the […]
Recently, a member of SLC inquired about our practice of limiting Communion to those who are baptized. Their child had brought a guest to worship and they were not sure […]
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 Paula Burchill Have you been watching the Mariners? I went to the game last Friday and as we were walking my almost 15 year old son said, “Mom, […]
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?
By Pastor Paula Burchill I think there are a lot of lonely people. I hear it from moms of young children, and I so remember that time of life. […]