"Praying in color" is simply a time of prayer, with blank paper available to color or doodle as a way to focus our thoughts or record what we feel like the Holy Spirit might be saying to us. On January 1, we took time in the Sunday morning services to do this together as a congregation.
Something that seems so simple—helping to provide access to things like food and clothing—can make a huge impact in God’s Kingdom.
As we prepare for the possibility of inclement weather this winter, here is a reminder of the guidelines we use in order to determine whether the church building will be open and whether ministries and activities will meet.
Rob Kepler and George Ludwig have been ushers for 41 years—yes, you read that correctly—over four decades. They have been part of the same team since 1975 and presently work together on the third Sunday of the month at the 10:30 AM service.
Currently we are working through a series of tough questions submitted by members of our congregation. We have chosen six topics to address on Sunday mornings. However, we received many more than six questions! We will be answering several additional questions here on the website in a blog format.