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Lament

Today is January 6th, which means it’s the Day of Epiphany, the day when Jesus is revealed to be King of the Nations. The light of the world, Jesus is the embodiment of God’s love for us which leaves no stone unturned. Unfortunately, today is also a day when we remember the violence and unrest…

Twelve Days of Christmas

You’ve probably heard of the song the Twelve Days of Christmas. This may or may not be news to you, but those twelve days do not lead up to Christmas. Instead they are a season that starts Christmas Day and ends today, January 5th. This evening will be the twelfth night (which you Shakespeare fans…

Name of Jesus

Readings Numbers 6:22-27Psalm 8Galatians 4:4-7Luke 2:15-21 By Jewish law, every baby boy was circumcised and named on the eighth day of life, so on the eighth day of Christmas the church celebrates this event in Jesus’ life. Yes! It’s still the Christmas season! The keeping of the covenant as well as Jesus’ name are signs…

January 2022 Herald

This month’s Herald is available for download. Inside this issue: Worship Schedule – 2 Call Committee Update – 3 Adult Christian Ed. – 4 Mission Campaign – 6 Committees – 7 Music News – 10 Administratively Speaking – 11 Pastoral Letters – 12 From Sister Dottie – 13 From Director of Music – 14 Volunteer…

Filling the Void

“He squinted against the sun. Worry is something you create. Why would we create worry? To fill a void. A void of what? Faith” — Mitch Albom, The Stranger in the Lifeboat             There are lots of things that get in the way of our faith.  You and I could laundry list a bucket-full of…

ERO CRAS

Just in case you’re not up on your Latin phrases, Ero cras loosely translates to “Tomorrow I will be.” This phrase is perfect for today, December 23rd, when we look forward to tomorrow evening when we celebrate Christ’s birth. So, why this phrase and how does it relate to worship and music? Perhaps you’ve noticed…