A Note From Our Pastors

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Following Moses' death at the end of Deuteronomy, the books of Joshua and Judges contain a lot of stories of the Israelites and the problems they have with both being faithful to God and getting along with the people around them. If only all these non-Israelites would let them......Read More.

Leave it to Jesus--when asked what is the greatest commandment--he responds with two answers. Just when we might think that Jesus is going to make things simple for us, he gives a two-dimensional answer to a one-dimensional question. But, even two commandments are simpler to follow than......Read More.

On Sunday, September 15, Covenant Youth kicked-off the school year with their first youth group gathering. Fourteen youth gathered for free play, dinner, group games, worship, a message, and small groups. Using the folding tables recently removed from the storage unit, we created an indoor Gaga Pit. Gaga Ball is a little......Read More.

Jennifer and I have been enjoying watching the show “The Good Place.” The premise is, that everything you do is awarded a certain number of points, if it’s good, and points are deducted from your score, if what you did was bad. And if your score is high enough, you......Read More.

Consider these two sentences: Let’s eat, Grandma. Let’s eat Grandma. One comma is all the difference between your loved one being the guest of honor or the main course! It is amazing how the same words, told in a different way, can have a different meaning. I remember talking with......Read More.

As we enter the final days of Lent we have several special services to help us understand the gift we have been given by God. Tonight we'll gather at Hancock for a meal at 6:00 p.m., which will include the sacrament of Holy Communion. At the conclusion of the meal,......Read More.