April 19th, 2020 by Erica Stephenson
Easter looked different this year, but we celebrated anyway! Thank you to everyone who participated in Stations of the Cross, whether as a reader or a participant.
We were blown away hearing stories of you delivering eggs to your neighbors, egg hunts, chalk art, and other wonderful family events.
Check out the beautiful chalk art above that was created by our members!
Read below to hear some of the stories that we received from families who delivered Easter Eggs to their neighbor's so the kids could have an at-home Easter egg hunt.
March 19th, 2016 by Christopher Caudle
Easter makes a Christian.
The events and accomplishments we celebrate each year in the life and work of Jesus distinguish followers of Jesus from adherents to every other leader or philosophy.
Jesus makes Easter.
Last week, Ivan and Felicita Sikha gave us an opportunity to experience the power and responsibility of story-ing as we imagine new ways to share good news with interested people around us.
Followers of Jesus through the ages and around the world have taken time around Easter to tell again the story that makes all the difference.
We want you to join us as we tell the story of Easter during the coming week.
June 16th, 2014 by Carl Buffington
"I saw the crosses!"
The speaker finished his talk and invited us to come to the altar rail for prayer. I was first out of the blocks. Sincerely convicted of my being judgmental of my parishioners, I desperately needed relief. " If the speaker will just pray for me," I thought, but someone else came.
June 16th, 2014 by Christopher Caudle
Last week, the man born blind grew in his understanding of Jesus, and marked a path from assessing Jesus as a man to finally worshipping him as Messiah. Father Carl asked us to consider where we are on this path, and to consider why we might be stuck anywhere short of worship. I hope you have taken some time to do that for yourself and have prayed that those you love will be freed to move closer to Jesus as well.