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March 2021 Newsletter

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ!             A year ago this month … all of our lives were changed. A year ago, the initial waves the Covid-19 virus started to make its impact on the world. The way we interacted with people changed, the way we did business changed, the way we worship and do…

February 2021 Newsletter

Dear brothers & sisters in Christ,             I want to start out by saying, I know this month’s article is longer than my normal article (okay, it is a lot longer). I know that it is not my normal writing style, but I encourage you, I plead with you to read it in its entirety.…

January 2021 Newsletter

Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,             Ahhhhh, 2020 is behind us!!! This means that all the chaos, all the uncertainty, all the anxiety, all the shut-downs, virtual learning, lack of sports, and restrictions on businesses are all behind us right?            Uhhh … maybe not … probably not … highly doubtful actually. As much as…

December 2020 Newsletter

Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ, If you could ask for anything, and by that I mean literally anything in all of the world … what would you ask for this Christmas? What that item you wish for fit under your Christmas tree or would it fit inside of your stocking … or neither? As…

November 2020 Newsletter

Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ, I want you think about something for just a minute. What is your mealtime routine? Eating is part of it of course, but is there anything else you do … say before or after the meal, besides putting the food on the table and then cleaning up. At our…

October 2020 Newsletter

FROM PASTOR MIKE’S DESK: Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ, Up, down, left, right, this way, that way, no wait, which way am I suppose to be going again? That pretty sums up how it seems like my days are typically going. At times I feel like I’m meeting myself coming as I’m leaving. Needless…

SEPTEMBER 2020 NEWSLETTER

FROM PASTOR MIKE’S DESK: Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,      About a month ago I preached a sermon on permanency. In that message I talked about how everything around us is changing and that the only permanent thing any of us can count on in our lives is the presence and steadfast love of…

AUGUST 2020 NEWSLETTER

FROM PASTOR MEYER’S DESK: If there is one thing we have all learned over the past few months thanks to the Coronavirus it is that life does not always go according to plan.  I’ve certainly learned that.  As most of you know, I made it known a few years ago that I would be retiring…