Pastor’s Message 10-26-18

One of the themes of our church over the past year has been that we would become an “experimental church.” That means we would identify potentially fruitful new ideas for our ministry together and then try them out, evaluating what happened so we can learn what we should do next...

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Pastor’s Message 10-19-18

The Log College Project needs your help! But let’s take a step back before we get to that. As you hopefully know, the Log College Project is the partnership that we have entered with the Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Seminary, which is working with us and 11 other...

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Pastor’s Message 10-12-18

One of the most powerful and passionate voices in Christian history about the topic of Christian freedom is John Calvin, the founder of the Reformed Tradition, from which Presbyterianism comes. Calvin has a bad reputation in some circles because of perceptions that he was very rigid and prescriptive in his...

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Blessing of the Animals

We had a great turnout of pets and their people at our “Blessing of the Animals” on Sunday, Oct. 21. About 25 dogs, one cat, and one guinea pig received the blessing. Many thanks to the volunteers and musicians who made it such a special occasion! See more photos on our Facebook...

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Pastor’s Message 10-5-18

The first Sunday in October is celebrated by many different Christian denominations as World Communion Sunday. We observe it as a way of lifting up Christian unity and the commonality of our faith in Christ that transcends the differences of nation, culture, and language without erasing them, so we experience...

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