Jun. 25, 2018. By Outgoing Lay Minister for Caring & Wellness Linda Zack. I was raised Catholic and as such, I embraced many of the teachings I learned as a child and found truth in them. Yet, as I grew older, I felt more and more there was something missing. Was it really “wrong” if others didn’t believe as I did? What about people practicing other religions, or no religion at all? Were they forever damned? What about people not allowed to take communion in a Catholic Church? Why are they excluded from a vital part of the faith? I did have good spiritual experiences with the Catholic Church, and […]
Sermon 06.24.18: The Stories We Tell by Leika Lewis-Cornwell
Sermon 06.17.18: The Long Game by Rev. David A. Miller
Thu., Dec. 6, 7:30-9 p.m., Prog. Bldg. Meets the first and third Thursdays. Accepting new members. Contact David Heagy. We offer a safe space for group members to be themselves and to discuss, in confidence, issues we face as men. Each member may determine the issues he wishes to discuss and whether he wants feedback from the group. We also discuss other topics of interest. Members are expected to attend regularly.
Sermon 06.10.18: Choices by Rev. David A. Miller
Jun. 11, 2018. By Senior Minister Rev. David A. Miller. NOTE: The following is the sermon Rev. David Miller delivered at last week’s James Madison High School baccalaureate. I have to say that I am a little worried for you. And I think it’s possible that some of you are a little worried too. We are living in crazy times. I have been alive almost 59 years and I have never seen anything like what is going on in this country. We all have been buffeted by the endless flow of tweets, pundits and news coming from just up the road in DC. I don’t feel a need to repeat […]