Join us for this festive service in celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day Saturday, March 14 @ 4:00pm Captured by Irish raiders and sold in to slavery, the tale of a young British/Roman boy’s journey from shepherd to Saint will be woven in to a festive service that brings together prayer, song, meditation, and storytelling […]
When Jesus was baptized, there was a voice from heaven that said, “This is my Son, the Beloved, with whom I am well pleased.” This marked the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry.
Lenten Study Series The Reverend Dr. Peter D. Quinn will present the Gospel of John on the Monday evenings of Lent from 7 p.m.-8 p.m. beginning on March 2nd in the Library. Come to all or some or only one as you are able.
Lent is over, but the need is not. Please leave non-perishable donations on the side pew in the church. Thank You.
Lenten Soup & Talk SeriesTIME 6 PM(in case of weather — no school, no talk) March 3 St. Anthony of Padua – Grief but not Despair (John 16:20)March 10 St. Michael’s – Matthew 5:44 “Love and Prayer” March 17 St. Paul’s (Bantam) – Love Conquers All (John 17:24)March 24 United Methodist Church – Listening to Our Heart and to Jesus (Matthew […]
Sunday School is postponed.
We hope to resume in two weeks time. updated 3.13.20
10 am Drive Through
4 pm Online
Moses offers us a choice: life or death, blessing or curse. “Choose life!” he exhorts.
Well, that’s a nice thing for Jesus to say about us. Then come the implications. We cannot lose our flavor. We have to shine for the world. He goes on to say that he did not come to abolish the law or the prophets; he came to fulfill them. Fulfilling both the law and the prophets is a tricky thing, for there is a tension between the commandments and the prophets who bring the word of God to the people of God.