“Neighbor, hi neighbor, God is good....”
So Rev Scott directs us to turn to each other with these
words.... in the church....and presumably as we walk
through the world. Rev Scott made us think.... talking about
how women and African Americans were only granted the
right to vote in the 20th century. Interestingly, Deborah was
an early leader of Israel, and not because she was married
to a leader.
In our joys and concern,
* joy and thanks for spring and the Salvation Army and the
first year of the Broadbent’s grandaughter
* We continue to pray for Nancy’s student with brain cancer
and for Nancy’s mom. We keep Joyce in our prayers as she
struggles with breast cancer and Dianna with stage 4 liver
cancer. We also keep Jim Dugan’s father in law Richard in
The pancakes were fluffy and the sausage and fruit were perfect for Sunday brunch last
weekend. Big thanks to our chief griddle man, Larry, and to everyone who brought their gifts
We continue to welcome Reverend Scott to the pulpit. Our NEW TESTAMENT LESSON:
Matthew 28:18-20 and his sermon is entitled: “Ruth, Diversity and Christianity”. Carolyn Tyson is our lay worship leader.
Our Lenten book discussion continues to focus around Richard Rohr’s “Falling Upward: A
Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life.” Our next meeting is Thursday April 4.
For God did not give us a spirit of cowardice, but rather a spirit of power and of love, and
of self discipline. 2 Timothy 1:7