By Pastor Paula Lund Burchill A few weeks ago, I presided at a graveside service and we read those amazing and timeless words from the 23rd Psalm. Yea, though […]
By Pastor Paula Lund Burchill [This blog was previously recorded on SoundCloud] My son graduated a little over a week ago–so we heard a few speeches. One was by […]
By Pastor Paula Lund Burchill We have begun the season of Epiphany which will last until we begin Lent at the end of February. During Epiphany we hear stories […]
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.
Maybe we should look at faith practices as faith fuelings.
By Pastor Paula Burchill After our offerings are received in worship, we say a prayer that often has words about how all that we have from God—our selves, our […]
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 […]
By Pastor Paula Burchill At Holy Yoga yesterday, our teacher Michelle cited the verse in I Peter: Cast your burdens on Jesus, for he cares for you. Then she told […]
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 […]
There is no way to preach the Gospel without words.