Church Blog

I never really knew my own dad.My parents divorced when I was around 8 years old, and even though he lived close to us for a while, his weekend visits to my younger sister and me stopped after a few...

It's been so encouraging to see the pandemic protocols being relaxed in our building! I'm grateful that we are experiencing increased levels of vaccinations which is leading to life a bit closer to what we've enjoyed before COVID became a...

We are beyond 14 months into and hopefully moving out of this pandemic! I just took Matt to the grocery store pharmacy for his second COVID vaccination. Our entire family has been vaccinated and I am so grateful.  Signs of progress...

We've all heard about the revised guidelines from the Center for Disease Control concerning facial coverings and social distancing for those who have been vaccinated. You can read more about my response and our church's too that in the previous...

I’ve been in conversation with our church council, deacons, and church staff over the last few weeks about our pandemic protocols. I was already in the process of releasing a timetable for changes. The encouraging news yesterday concerning the mitigation...

It's hard to get my mind around the fact that Lucy is graduating high school. It seemed like it was just the other day that Lori and I were bringing her home from the hospital. Then, in a blink of...

Our Finance Committee is sending out a quarterly update this week--it's a review of where we've been the last few months with a challenge for what is yet to come.From what I've observed, many churches are experiencing the same challenges,...

David was a "man after God's own heart." What does that mean?I've been fascinated with the life of David for a long time. This narrative offers glimpses into the rise and fall of a man whom God set apart to...

More than 2000 years ago, crowds of people lined the streets of Jerusalem to catch a glimpse of Jesus. This event is recorded in all four gospels and is often called "The Triumphal Entry." Our church will commemorate this moment...