We were not able to gather as a church family to celebrate the great feast of Easter and a great Easter Brunch with our members and friends. We missed sharing a Thanksgiving Feast following worship last Sunday. There will not be any luscious Christmas treats to share on our fellowship table this month. We have not been able to have any fellowship events. We have missed being together, worshiping together, working together, and enjoying one another's presence. Let's do somethi
This Thanksgiving will not be the day you or I initially planned. COVID-19 has intervened, and we are all now making Plan B for the holiday. I received the following quote from Leslie Carr and it pretty well covers the day and the times we are in. Every situation in life is temporary. So, when life is good, make sure you enjoy
and receive it fully. And when life is not so good, remember that it
will not last forever and better days are on the way.
— Jenni Young — God ha
In case you have not been out, the stores are decorated for Christmas. The holiday advertisements are already flooding the television and Hallmark and others have dozens of Christmas-themed movies for us to watch every hour of the day and night. I, too, am looking forward to Christmas with planning and possibilities in mind. First, I reiterate my call for Thanks-Giving Blessings. How has God blessed you in 2020? We would like to share in the celebration of that blessing in ou
Once the calendar is turned to November, I start looking forward to Thanksgiving Day. We all know we cannot safely celebrate the day as we have in the past or would like to in this year where we have experienced isolation and quarantine. I am sad that we cannot share a Thanksgiving feast with one another as we usually do following the Sunday Service which occurs before the Thanksgiving holiday. Let this not dull nor deter our thanks-giving! For our service of Thanks-Giving I