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Happy Easter! It is time to celebrate! After a long dark winter, 12 hours of daylight and the beginning of spring has lifted my spirit.
Recently, I have joined the ranks of crossword enthusiasts or “cruciverbalist”. (Cruci is Latin for Cross and Verbum means word.) Since I canceled cable TV, my brain needs an alternative to game shows like Jeopardy. The morning mental exercise consists of accessing words in the dusty recesses of my mind’s filing cabinet. I may mutter a few cross words to myself as the computer puzzle stumps me. Thankfully, the program I use gives me hints and fills in the blanks. It’s my saving grace.
|Mar. 4||3rd Sunday in Lent||“Zeal for God’s _______”|
Today is January 17, 2018 and I am still glowing in the warmth of the “Joys of January” event on Sunday. Thank you for your well wishes, support, and your contributions to a wonderful fifth anniversary celebration!
Did you like Pastor Deb’s sermon “Trust Fall – Trust Call?” If you would like to view or to download the sermon (PDF Format), please click here.
Let’s face the facts. Assess our situation. Set our short-term goals.
This is not a New Year’s resolution. Although, it is the perfect time to speak of goals and changes necessary to reach them. This is about our church’s present situation and future.
What can I give Him, poor as I am?
If I were a shepherd, I would bring a lamb;
If I were a Wise Man, I would do my part;
Yet what I can I give Him: give my heart.
PCG is vibrant, hopeful, filled with children, engaged in the community and Jam-packed with special November Events!
Every day there are groups gathering at the church.
Acolyte Ministry: God Lights Our Way”GLOW!
Acolytes bring the Light into the service
reminding us that “God lights our way.
RE:FORM, the newest approach to teaching youth and confirmation about our Christian faith sparked my imagination this summer as I reviewed the material. * Yes, we have the same Bible to teach our children. The scriptures and stories are much the same. However, we are not. Our cultures, our world view, our technology, AND our congregations have changed.