Big Plans Ahead! Meanwhile, Take Home a Book from Our Library

by Frank Perkowski

Books in the Library Now Available This Sunday be sure to stop by the Church Library and grab a few books. Last Easter a vision was inspired from the sermon that was preached by Dr. Wilton. “The church has precious little to offer by way of tangible signs. Instead, the center of our worship is […]

New Beginnings Leader Training — Join Us!

by Frank Perkowski

New Beginnings Leader Training Postponed As a congregation, we have entered the New Beginnings congregational-renewal program, sponsored by the Synod of the Northeast in coordination with Hope Partnership for Missional Transformation. Last month we had a visit from Peter Wells, our New Beginnings Assessor, who spent a day touring the church and community and meeting […]

Say Hello to “New Beginnings”

by Frank Perkowski

There comes a time in the life of every church when it’s time to assess where we are as a congregation and chart new directions for our mission. The Session is convinced that it’s time to step back and take a comprehensive look at who we are and what the Lord is calling us to […]

Ways to Be Generous This Christmas

by Frank Perkowski

We are fortunate to have so many ministries that serve a variety of people. These ministries could not operate on their own without the support of the congregation. Please consider some of the ways you can help. Deacons’ Blood Drive – This Sunday, November 19 is the day for qualified donors to offer a pint […]

Celebrate 500 Years of Reformation

by Frank Perkowski

Sunday, October 29, we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther sent a copy of his Ninety-Five Theses to Albert of Brandenburg, the Archbishop of Mainz, in present-day Germany. Tradition says that, about that time, Luther also nailed a copy of his revolutionary document to the door of […]