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Pastor’s Newsletter Article – December 2016

It’s beginning to look (and sound) a lot like Christmas! Advent and Christmas festivities are in full swing. People are heading to the shops and stores looking for that perfect gift for those they love. Neighbors are donning their homes with lights and colorful Christmas characters. The sights and sounds remind us that the Christmas…

Pastor’s Article – November 2016

November Newsletter Article Last month I wrote that if I garnered enough courage, I would share some of my journey and how I became committed to spending time with God and why I encourage others to carve time out to spend with God. Sharing this part of my journey isn’t something I usually do. Even…

Pastor’s August 2016 Article

Re*Membership Project The Re*Membership Project begins September 4th! I am excited because this project will help participants deepen their faith. Below are some questions you may have. Hopefully the answers provided will be helpful. What is The Re*Membership Project? The project is an eight-week sermon series combined with a six-week small group component. What’s Involved?…

Pastor’s January Article

I want to say a big THANK YOU for the cards, all the candy, and the generous gift you gave to me and my family! All of you are a huge blessing to us! I also want to thank all of you who have been willing to read Scripture, serve as liturgists, work in the…

Pastor’s December Article

Mom was rushing around while dad was just getting home from work. Dad was not happy when mom reminded him of the Christmas program that they were supposed to attend. The week had already been busy, and now, one more thing to do. Dad had looked forward to a quiet evening home watching some basketball…

Pastor’s September Newsletter Article

I, again, thank everyone for a wonderfully warm welcome to St. Paul and the Bloomington area. Your love, care, and concern has been overwhelming. I know I am blessed and honored to be able to partner with you and God in sharing God’s love and pursuing his mission and purpose. We have much to celebrate…