Spring is in the air and so is our continuation of the celebration of the season of Easter.
We look forward to celebrating with you this Sunday at our service, held at 11:00 a.m. which is traditional in style fine warm greetings, fine musical contributions and sermons that are based on scriptures and how we can apply the lessons learned to our lives today.
This week, Rev. David J. Hanna will deliver the sermon Unpopular Parables: Unjust Judge based on readings from Psalm 139:1-10 and Luke 18:1-8:
In Luke 18, we find Jesus’ parable of the unjust judge. It’s a difficult one making it an “unpopular” parable. It brings to the forefront challenging questions, like: Why do some of our best prayers seem to go unanswered? This hard question prompts us to raise yet another crucial question: If we can’t have all the answers we want, are we able to trust God?
Following the service we meet for fellowship and refreshments in the Chalice Room next to the sanctuary.
We also have a wide variety of Christian education programs beginning at 9:30 a.m. where newcomers are always welcome.
We hope to see you on Sunday!