Selah

Selah. If you read the Psalms, you might run into this word. It turns up there over 70 times. It is a Hebrew word, and while the exact meaning is unknown, it is thought to be a musical term that means to pause. Or reflect. I am not a musician. But I believe the term...

New life emerging

It snowed this week. Nothing stuck around for very long, but still. It snowed. This, after a week of weather so warm we broke out our short sleeved shirts and flip flops. The daffodils are so confused they don’t know what to do. In my front yard, they had already...

Servant Sunday Story

So much to say about our first ever Servant Sunday on February 26! Over the course of the morning, 336 of you participated in projects hosted in our building! Here is a summary of what we worked on and completed together: 20,756 meals for Stop Hunger Now (now known as...

The Holy Rhythm of Being

Pastors are encouraged to make time for continuing education to keep updated of directions for ministry and to sharpen ministry skills. We are also asked to make renewal and spiritual formation a priority. To that end, clergy in the United Methodist Church are allowed...

Servant Sunday, February 26

Update: Check our Servant Sunday page for more info. I’m really getting excited about our upcoming Servant Sunday on February 26! First of all, I love the concept. What would it be like to worship God by serving others? How can we embody our faith with practices of...

How are we living the dream?

“I say to you today, my friends, even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up, live out the true meaning of its creed:...