Holy Week Activities & Action Steps

                +Here are some helpful suggestions and ideas about ‘how to participate’!+ Especially for those ‘staying safe at home’ and not-yet-ready to return to ‘in-house worship”.            ...
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Let Us Break Bread Together!

The Worship Committee along with Fellowship are offering up a wonderful opportunity for our Grace Family to “be together” since we cannot participate in onsite Lenten Dinners this year. Our Fellowship and Worship & Music committee are asking the Congregation to cook a...
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Let Us Break Bread Together!

Our Fellowship and Worship & Music committee are asking the Congregation to cook a dish(their choice, from the Church cookbook would be great)and gather around their tables in joy, anticipation, thought, prayer and fellowship with their Grace Family. We would love to share...
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Ultreia!

Ultreia! Some say it comes from old Spanish, some say old French, but the word is carried forward to us in Latin. “Ultreia” = “let’s keep going”; “onward”; “go beyond”; or even “stay young”!   Word nerd that I am, it comes from the walkers, hikers, pilgrims along the wa...
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Let Us Break Bread Together!

Our Fellowship and Worship & Music committee are asking the Congregation to cook a dish(their choice, from the Church cookbook would be great)and gather around their tables in joy, anticipation, thought, prayer and fellowship with their Grace Family. We would love to share...
Read More →

Let Us Break Bread Together!

“Let us break bread together”. The Worship Committee along with Fellowship are offering up a wonderful opportunity for our Grace Family to “be together” since we cannot participate in onsite Lenten Dinners this year. We are asking the Congregation to cook a dish (their choice,...
Read More →

Let Us Break Bread Together!

“Let us break bread together”. The Worship & Music Committee along with Fellowship are offering up a wonderful opportunity for our Grace Family to “be together” since we cannot participate in onsite Lenten Dinners this year. We are asking the Congregation to cook a dish(their...
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What do you do after you win the Super Bowl?

“What do you do after you win the Super Bowl?”Well – you bask in the win for a little while – but then life goes on.Who’s the successor to the GOAT? The question is being asked. I hearthe name Blaine Gabbert a good bit. Thing is…life goes on.You don’t bask in the glory forever....
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Wisdom for the Ages

Wisdom for the agesWith information technology always advancing, with medicine and science always breaking new barriers  (“Operation Warp Speed” was simply an amazing feat!), we tend to think primarily in terms of the “latest and greatest” or “newest is best”. True...
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A Year Like No Other

My  “Pastor’s Message” for this week,  is my  “Pastor’s Report to the  Congregation”  for the year 2020.   It is included in the “Congregational Annual Report” but I share it here as well. Blessings to each and all of you as we move into the new...
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