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Pastor’s Blog: Colorful Reflections

Pastor’s Blog: Colorful Reflections

Church is one of those unusual places in our society where people come together who might not otherwise encounter one another in life. People from different social and economic strata sit in pews together. People of all I was recently gifted a vibrant work of art by our pastor’s 4-year-old daughter Elena, and between it hanging beside my calendar and the bursting fall colors that surround us I have found myself reflecting on the very serious topic of crayons…

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Pastor’s Blog: The Tapestry of Fellowship

Pastor’s Blog: The Tapestry of Fellowship

Church is one of those unusual places in our society where people come together who might not otherwise encounter one another in life. People from different social and economic strata sit in pews together. People of all abilities – typical, different, and everything in between – come together to worship and study…

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Pastor’s Blog: Second Wind

Pastor’s Blog: Second Wind

I’ve been thinking about breath lately.  It’s a topic that comes up frequently for singers and choir directors, as singing requires proper breathing and breath control to create a consistent and steady sound. The breath I’ve been reflecting on is one I haven’t experienced in a while. It’s the breath known as second wind…

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Pastor’s Blog: The Gift of Sunday Morning

Pastor’s Blog: The Gift of Sunday Morning

For 2.5 years, our lives have shifted. We’ve been separated and online-only. We’ve had hybrid worship and study. And now, as the world fully reopens, we are gathered in-person once again together. The joy of a bright, sunny Sunday morning as the bells chime the Sunday School hour and I walk into our church building brings back fond memories of my childhood…

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