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 We put up our Christmas tree yesterday, and one of the joys of that is looking at all the ornaments. I love the ones that my […]
By Pastor Paula Burchill So I have to confess to being just a bit obsessed with the new movie A Star Is Born. It’s so good. The music, the acting, […]
Do people understand why we do all the things we do? Do people make a connection between worship and their daily lives?
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.
…the wall will now also be a home for our prayers and symbol of our hopes and dreams for God’s kingdom to come among us
The season of Advent is awesome. It is pastoral. It exemplifies what faith is. It names the reality of our Christian walk. Advent is a season where we celebrate what is […]
Maybe the Sundays after Easter don’t have to been the lowest attended of the year because after all, Easter is a season, not just a day.
We invest our time and energy in the Triduum to make ourselves as big a target as possible for the Holy Spirit