Category Archives: Pastor’s Corner


Thanksgiving Devotion and Table Prayer

“We ought to give thanks for all fortune: if it is ‘good,’ because it is good, if it is ‘bad’ because it works in us patience, humility and the contempt of this world and the hope of our eternal country.” … Continue reading


The Other Lord’s Prayer

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“When a 92-year old woman looks at you and tells you she wants to make peace with God, you don’t argue.” That’s what the bedside nurse told me when I arrived. Gertie was lying facing away from the door when … Continue reading


Doubtful Witness

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This past Sunday, I preached a sermon on the subject of witness. In it I told a story that is probably familiar to most of us, Christians and non-Christians alike. You can read the whole story in the sermon (it’s at the … Continue reading


Pastor Sermons

Pastor Aimee will now be posting sermons on a separate blog.  You can click on the Sermons link located toward the top of the page to get to her blog.


Nesting on the Cross

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There’s a bird’s nest on our cross. I’m afraid that someone will decide it’s untidy and will go up there and clear it off. I suppose it does look a bit untidy. But I love that this mother robin decided … Continue reading


Pastor’s Corner – “Promises, Promises, Promises”

Throughout my life I have heard different promises made on God’s behalf. Some of them, I have found, were scriptural. Many were not. Here is a sampling: Once you have accepted Jesus, you will not feel the need any longer … Continue reading


Spiritual Discernment Event this Sunday, March 18

I want to invite you to join us after worship this Sunday, March 18, for a special time of corporate spiritual discernment. Back in August, we had a similar event, led by the Missional Steering Committee, in which we asked … Continue reading

Ash Wednesday and Lenten Services

Dear friends ~
Just a reminder that we will observe Ash Wednesday this evening with a worship service at 7 p.m., including eucharist and the traditional imposition of ashes. Please join us.

Starting next week, we will have a soup supper at 6 p.m., followed by an evening worship service of prayer, word, and song, starting at 7 p.m.

Even if you are not able to attend these worship services, I hope that you consider observing Lent in some way. Many people give up something, or add something to their routine. Whatever you choose to do, it is a season for considering what keeps us from investing our whole selves in our relationship with God. If you are looking for some daily devotions, you can find one here:

Have a blessed Ash Wednesday.

Peace, in Christ,
Pr. Aimee