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Special Collection for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is on the ground ... more

March DOES It -- Food Collection for FELT

Our DOES It (Done On Every Sunday) project for Mar... more

March Outreach Offering -- Our Daily Bread

In March, our Outreach Offering continues to g... more

Read the March-April Issue 'Presbyterians Today' Online

Read the March-April issue of Presbyterians To... more

Holy Strollers Every Friday

Holy Strollers take a walk with a devotional in th... more

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MAR 24

Holy Strollers 9a

A weekly group walk with a devotional in beautiful Robi ... details

MAR 24

Our Daily Bread 9:30a

Congregation volunteers serve at Our Daily Bread. Conta ... details

MAR 26

Worship 10a

In-person in the sanctuary, live-streamed, and recorded ... details

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Mission Musings

Mission Musings

The story of humanity begins with a garden. Genesis, the first book of our Bible, begins with the creation: stars and sun and moon, oceans and dry land, plants and animals, day and night, and ultimately with the creation of humankind.

Our journey on this planet begins in a garden–created by God, and filled with those things we need to survive. God instructs humans to tend the garden and to enjoy its bounty. God’s first instruction to people was to be a steward of that which has been created and given.

Pretty soon humanity began seeing creation as something to be exploited. People began asserting ownership over that which God had created.  

For the season of Lent, I am presenting a series of sermons on the care and proper stewardship of creation as way to be reconciled to God. The idea of giving up something for Lent is admirable, but I suggest you consider taking something on. Would it be possible to adopt a practice that cares for the earth such as walking rather than driving; reusing and recycling rather than tossing away?

Join me as we consider ways to care for this magnificent gift to us from God.