FROM THE PASTOR
Re-entry can seem to be the hardest part. The congregation has begun gathering for worship and service again. God is glorified. But there could still be this lingering sense of something just not settled. The energy in that dis-ease can be harnessed for great good. It can also eat away at us.
I want to invite you to 'sit' with the dis-ease of the moment. I invite you to celebrate! I invite you to grieve. And, if you are seeking a community of faith to journey with in all of this, I invite you -in this new calendar year- to reach out.
Sermons are an extension of the season and they, hopefully, capture the fullness and complexity of this time. They are more than words pondered and written. The sermon occurs when the things within are voiced, when Spirit animates flesh, and the breath of God is shared.
Here is a document that was assembled a few years ago. It could use some editing, but it might be helpful as you explore scripture. If you have questions or want to explore the bible in a community setting please reach out.