Change, our lives are full of change. The world is changing from going through a pandemic. The climate is changing, and our church is changing. Who would have ever thought that we would be doing church services online? As we
THANK YOU! Sandy Weber, Sue Stefford-Grey, Paul Cook helped to pull off a great virtual Farewell Party! What a hoot to see the Bever family reenacting their first visit to worship at First Christian Church, their baptisms and formal entry
Dear Ones, This is my last newsletter article as your Interim Minister and what a time it has been! I have always seen the potential for First Christian Church to grow not only numerically, but spiritually as well. As I
In a private FCCLC Facebook page we can post what’s on our hearts and minds. We can use poems, prayers, music, art. We can post if there is an immediate need that someone else may help us with (needing a
What are your experiences since learning about Coronavirus? How has it impacted you? Please share what you have learned about yourself, others, this faith community and this particular time in history. That sharing includes the good, the bad and perhaps
Our recent 50th year commemoration of Earth Day raised this question for me. Webster’s definition of crisis includes these words and phrases: turning point for better or worse, disordered function, unstable or crucial time, decisive moment, critical phase. Webster’s
We continue to bridge the gap of not gathering in person as we gather together via zoom. This bridging continues with Bethany on Wednesday, May 6.
Our final worship service together on Sunday, April 26 ended with a ritual of Times of Passage with the congregation releasing me from the duties of Interim Minister. I also released the congregation from turning to me and depending on
Joshua 1 After the death of Moses the servant of God, God spoke to Joshua, Mom’s assistant. “Moses my servant is dead. Get going. Cross this Jordan River, you, and all the people. Cross to the country I’m giving to
The pastor’s study is refreshed and bright and light! Thanks, Dave!