distractions cannot be overcome; one must let them wash over and past. Like swimming in the surf. To swim against the breakers one must dive into them and join the water.
St. Michaels Litchfield
I am delighted have the chance to tell you more about our Services for Palm Sunday and Holy Week.
We are saved from a life of sin for a live of good. We are saved from a life of alienation and selfishness for a life of community and love.
Litchfield is back in the red. We will postpone in-person worship until that is no longer the case. Check the Friday e-blast for the weekly update.
The message about the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.
If God is not an old man sitting on a cloud, how do we think about God?
So as we walk with Jesus toward Jerusalem in this season of Lent, we find ways to stop clinging to our lives and rather spending them extravagantly in love and compassion. We will find power in letting go.
We are people called to proclaim the Gospel both in what we say and in the way we live our lives.
We all get to be the conduit through which God’s love pours forth into the world touching the lives of all whom we meet.
This is an opportunity to elect officers and Vestry members and a time to discuss our life together as a congregation.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Hymn SingOn Sunday, January 17, at 3 p.m. we will have an outdoor hymn sing to commemorate the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We will gather in around the south entrance and sing songs of peace, healing, hope. Join us for this time of celebration and renewal. It […]