Advent is a season of anticipation. It is when we look forward to Jesus’ birth at Christmas and His arrival in triumph at the last day. We are not very good at anticipation. Who among us hasn’t badgered someone we love for a hint about what we are getting for Christmas? Who hasn’t looked ahead … More Advent
Don’t forget that Sunday November 4th at 2:00 AM we fall back an hour as daylight savings ends. Service at faith is at 10:00 AM. See you there!
The annual Thanksgiving Holiday is coming up fast, and boy do we have some thanks to give. There is snow on the mountains, there is cool fall weather, and God is waiting for you at Church. I know, things may not be going exactly how you want them to go. None of us is getting … More Give Thanks
We have been doing lots of celebrating. These last couple of weeks the church celebrated the last Sunday of Easter, the Festival of Pentecost, and Trinity Sunday. My kids are celebrating the end of their school years, and Amy and I are celebrating having them at home for the summer. That’s a whole lot of … More Summer Celebration
There is an older song by Jimmy Buffet that is titled, “A Pirate Looks at Forty.” It was later followed up by a book, “A Pirate looks at Fifty.” In both the song, and the book, the writer looks back at his life’s successes and failures. In the end he decides that he is who … More A Preacher Looks at Fifty
Ash Wednesday, February 14th, Dinner starting at 5:45 PM, Service starts at 7:00 PM Lent 1, February 21st, Dinner at 5:45 PM, Service at 7:00 PM Lent 2, February 28th, Dinner at 5:45 PM, Service at 7:00 PM Lent 3, March 7th, Dinner at 5:45 PM, Service at 7:00 PM Lent 4, March 14th, Dinner … More Lent and Easter Schedule
Once again we prepare to enter into the Lenten season as we journey through the Church Year. Lent, however, is its own kind of journey. Lent is the journey we make as we travel with Christ from the Mount of Transfiguration to Jerusalem where He will face the cross and the grave for our sakes. … More A Lenten Journey