Epiphany Season

Epiphany means “manifestation” or “revelation” or “appearing”. It makes sense that Epiphany season comes right after Christmas. Christmas is about the birth of Jesus; Epiphany is about the spread of the good news to the wider world. Epiphany Season lasts four to nine weeks, from the Feast of the Epiphany…

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Christmas Services

Sunday December 22 (Fourth Sunday of Advent) Worship and Eucharist, 10:00am, The Rev. Ken Toven presiding Sunday School Pageant during service Bake sale, quilt raffle & soup after service     Christmas Eve, December 24 Hymns and Carols at 8:00pm  Worship and Eucharist, 8:30pm, The Rev. Randy Welsand presiding  

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Advent

Welcome to Advent and the turning of the year. Beginning with the First Sunday of Advent on December 1, we join with the worldwide community in revisiting the ancient texts as they interweave with our lives and instruct us in how to make the journey of faith through the year…

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Join us for Our Advent/Christmas Book Group

                    Adult Formation is back, with a new Advent/Christmas book and study group, and I hope you will join us! We will be meeting in the Parish Hall on Sundays at 9 a.m. beginning December 1 and ending January 5. Our book is A Way to the Manger, published by…

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Welcome to Fall, “Ordinary Time”

      On the secular calendar, my favorite season is fall.  I love the clear, crisp days and cool starry nights, the harvest festivals, backyard campfires, outdoor football, and the lakes when all the summer folks have put away their docks and the loons have taken back their turf.      On…

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