Pastor’s Corner

May 2022

THE REAL “FORGET ME NOT” OF MAYThe first day of May marks two weeks since Easter. It seems hardly possible that we have moved through the past four months so quickly. More Covid shots, tax season, Super Bowl, Olympics, Academy…
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March 2022

CHECKING YOUR CALENDAR AND YOUR SOULThe calendar year has undergone an evolution over time. There is some historical support for the early Roman calendar containing only ten months (March-December). Before 150 BC, the Roman calendar built its calendar around the…
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January 2022

FROM THE PASTOR’S HEARTBROKENNESS BLENDED IN BEAUTYA few years ago, I shared a story about a unique evening Communion Service that a pastor put together one New Year’s Eve. The pastor took pieces of colored glass, numbered each piece on…
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December 2021

One of my favorite holiday movies is “Home Alone” with Macauley Culkin as seven-year-old Kevin, theyoungest in his family. The plot involves the family going to Paris for Christmas. Somehow, Kevingets left at home alone. In all the rush, Kevin’s…
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November 2021

FROM THE PASTOR’S HEARTTHANKSGIVING FOR A LIFE SET APARTNovember is my favorite Autumn month. Thinking about Autumn, I came across the story of the varied career of novelist, Charles McCarry. In addition to being the author of THE TEARS OF…
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August 2021

FROM THE PASTOR’S HEARTLOOKING FORWARD AND BEYOND August is one of my favorite months. It is the month that tells me that summer will soon begin it’s exit as it moves toward fall (well maybe). It is also the month…
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