Time to clean out your closets again! We will be collecting both winter and spring clothing on February 19th. All clean, good condition clothing is welcome. Please separate children’s clothing from adult clothing. Donations will go to Amherst Survival Center and Hope’s Kids Kloset.
Please enjoy our Worship service. We apologize for the delay in posting….minor technical difficulty! Tish gave a great sermon based on the Old Testament reading from Deuteronomy 30, “Choose Love, Choose Life” including a heartwarming story about her own “darling idiot, fool”! You’ll also hear a lovely anthem from our choir, “Prayer of Julian of Norwich”.
Rev. Sam Wilde with a powerful message from Isaiah 58:
If you remove the yoke from among you,
the finger-pointing, the wicked speech;
if you open your heart to the hungry,
and provide abundantly for those who are afflicted,
your light will shine in the darkness,
and your gloom will be like the noon.
The Lord will guide you continually
and provide for you, even in parched places.
He will rescue your bones.
You will be like a watered garden,
like a spring of water that won’t run dry.
They will rebuild ancient ruins on your account;
the foundations of generations past you will restore.
You will be called Mender of Broken Walls,
Restorer of Livable Streets.
We hope that you enjoy our worship service. Pastor Sam preached about The Beatitudes and the source of happiness. Thank you to Bill McClure for sharing his gift of music; the sax solos are a real treat!
We listen to the story of being called by Christ to follow.
This Sunday the congregation pays special tribute to the ministry of Rev. Aida Fernandez.