Trinity Sunday. Psalm 29. My mother was a great cook. French Canadian, but she learned so many wonderful Italian dishes, including polenta which she taught me. Our extended family gatherings were legendary and the meals were the centerpiece of each
Pentecost. Acts 2:1-21. Pentecost is certainly an important day in the life of the church, as it is considered to be the birth of the church, so we join Christians everywhere celebrating this event and today, through our reading, just
Please join us on Pentecost Sunday, the 20th of May. New members will be joining us on this day. And we celebrate. You may not know that the color red is the traditional liturgical color for this day, depicting the
Acts 1:15-17, 21-26; John 17:6-19. If lectionary readings are followed by congregations, then every three years we read the same Scripture lesson on a Sunday. What caught my attention this time around were the words about Peter. Peter stood up
John 15:9-17. I am not always happy with The Message‘s translation of Scripture, but often am able to appreciate the words that help me get a new perspective on, well, the message. “Make yourselves at home in my love” certainly
As I write this, I have been in Las Cruces and at First Christian Church just less than six weeks. And these have been very packed and varied weeks as I try to get to know you and this city.