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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…

JUNE 2020 NEWSLETTER

FROM PASTOR MEYER’S DESK: You may have noticed that we did not put out a newsletter for the month of May. The reason for that, of course, is obvious.  Because of the Coronavirus pandemic and the governmental guidelines that it brought with it, it’s been virtually impossible to have any activities at the church, much…

APRIL 2020 NEWSLETTER

FROM PASTOR MEYER’S DESK:      So here I am, sitting in my office, getting geared up for a wedding that I will be doing in about an hour – a wedding that was supposed to have 350 people attending, but that now anticipates only 15 or so family members. The “big” wedding, the wedding that…

MARCH 2020 NEWSLETTER

FROM PASTOR MIKE’S DESK: Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,      It may not be the safest thing to do while driving, but I often catch myself on long straight stretches of road looking towards the fence rows of fields.  Now my looking at the fence row is not an in-depth study of it.  It…