A United Methodist Church prayer on Labor Day: Blessed are you who seek work but have not found it, And those whose now is not yet what it may be. . .
End of summer — and Rev. Catherine Williams will preach the last sermon in the series of the Gospel of the Nobodies on “Labor Day Sunday.” It’s also the last Sunday to join the pick-up choir (come at 9 a.m.). An … Continue reading
Many of life’s critical moments take place in a healthcare setting. For most of us the bookends of our lives – birth and death – take place with the support of a medical team outside the home. With more attention … Continue reading
Here is a video — an inspiring message from Doug about Tithe Sunday. Doug Fullman: On Tithe Sunday
Elisa Neira, Princeton’s director of human services, will speak at the United Methodist Men’s breakfast on Sunday, April 13, at 8 a.m. in our newly renovated Fellowship Hall. Elisa has an impressive resume, having worked with the Latino immigrant community … Continue reading
Cathie Capp gave the Lenten meditation on Tuesday, April 8, noon to 12:30 p.m. In the “A Quiet Center” series, her theme was prayer in the Taize’ community. The Taize’ community is known for meditative prayer with neither a … Continue reading
There was a man who spent his days at the homeless shelter in the heart of a city serving meals to those who came to seek shelter. He not only served the food, but also liked to move through the … Continue reading
Sacrament. I love the word–it’s fun to say… More than that, however, I love what it means. A Sacrament is essentially anything finite through which The Sacred (or God or The Spirit) becomes present to us. So, while the sacraments … Continue reading
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The Andrew Hayes family hosted their second annual fall harvest picnic at Washington Well Vineyard on September 7. More than 200 people — one third of them were children — enjoyed the music, food, and good times. A favorite was … Continue reading