Early last month my sister-in-law sent pictures of the snow that had fallen in South Dakota. I didn’t even want to look at it! I am so happy to live in this beautiful weather place
Our stewardship committee and church council are inviting us to participate in a new approach to stewardship. This year we'll have Consecration Sunday on the first Sunday in Novembe
Some people talk about having a “bucket list” of travel destinations. I’ve not determined such a list but I was able to take two “trips of a life-time” this summer.
These past few months have been filled with good-byes at St. Peter’s. We said good-bye to Scott and Sue McMahan who have moved to their mountain home in Montana.
Lent, The Three Days and On Easter and April Fool’s Day Ash Wednesday landed on Valentine’s Day this past month.
When Jesus was asked “who is my neighbor?” he told
the parable of the Good Samaritan.
Each prayer of the day during Advent opens with the startling phrase “Stir up.” “Stir up your power, Lord Christ, and come.” “Stir up our hearts, Lord God, to prepare the way of your
In some parts of the world November marks the real beginning of winter weather. Autumn has already changed her color and crispness means the cold of winter can’t be far off.
How should we observe the 500th anniversary of the Reformation?
Many of us have “summer only” events that we look forward to each year.