April 2, 2021

Remembering the Grace Behind Us

March 4, 2021

Moments for Music

The ways in which we make music have certainly changed this past year. We cannot simply gather in a room to sing our favorite hymn, and even our best efforts to make music together (safely) can be difficult. However, music remains a much-needed vehicle for hope and inspiration. Songs have […]
February 2, 2021

We All Need Resurrection

The word “lent” isn’t in the Bible, but the concept is. The word itself comes from the Old English and German words for “spring” and “long.” During the 40 or so days from Ash Wednesday to Easter, the days grow longer as we enter into spring. We begin in the […]
December 1, 2020

A Light in the Darkness

“When the time came to completion, God sent His Son …”  Galatians 4:4 According to the way Christians in the church mark time, the season of Advent began on November 29.  In a very real and profound sense, though, it feels like we have been observing Advent since mid-March.   […]
October 1, 2020

And Yet, There Is Always Hope

As cooler temperatures and changing leaves remind us that fall is here, we lament the loss of our regular music programming. The choir suite and children’s music rooms are hauntingly sparse, and yet, there are glimmers of hope. We are finding new ways to make music together; creative spacing with […]
February 1, 2020

Love Always

February 1, 2020

Being A Sending Church

March 1, 2018

The Hope of Spring

Each year, as the month of March draws near, I’m reminded of the simple poem “In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb” by Lorie Hill. March roars in like a lion so fierce, the wind so cold, it seems to pierce. The month rolls on and spring draws near, […]
November 1, 2016

Who’s Who and What’s What

At long last, we are finally nearing the end of what has been a brutal slog of an election season that has offered a lot more heat than light, and a lot less substance and civility than this country deserves. It has, at times, felt like the civic equivalent of […]