New COVID Plan Approved

On 28 April 2021, our District Superintendent, Rev. Wendy Woodworth, approved a new COVID Plan for our congregation. This allows for a few additional ministry opportunities. Small groups can meet indoors, with prior approval and appropriate safety precautions. With current COVID levels in Washington County, those groups are limited to 10 persons, but if our … [Read more…]

May Messenger

In May we continue the celebration of the Easter season into the holidays of Pentecost and Trinity Sunday. Easter isn’t just one day, it lasts for seven weeks, a week of weeks, 49 days, culminating on the fiftieth day: Pentecost. So we are continuing to celebrate the joy of resurrection as we anticipate the gift … [Read more…]

Seeing a Ghost

Rev. Dr. David D. M. King The Third Sunday of EasterLuke 24:36b-48 The early church had a problem. They had a dead Messiah. The Messiah, the Anointed One of God, the Savior of the world, was not supposed to die. Other Messiahs had come along from time to time. They would raise the people up … [Read more…]

They Said Nothing to Nobody

Rev. Dr. David D. M. King Easter SundayMark 16:1-8 We have four different official accounts of the Easter story, one in each of the four gospels: Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John. The version you’ve heard the most often is from John. It’s actually the last of the four. My favorite, though, is the earliest one, … [Read more…]