“In our distance from one another may we be ever closer to you. In the breaking of bread at every meal, may your presence make the ordinary divine, conscecrated by your mercy and love.” Dear friends and church family, This last Sunday we celebrated communion in our own homes and with sometimes extraordinary elements…. Read more.
“Sower of life, tiller of grace, we have been born anew from imperishable seed. Through your eyes we see clearly; through your teaching we act rightly; through your sacrificial love we know dearly and truly that love is stronger than death. In the breaking open of our routines, in the disruption of our patterns,… Read more.
“Lord we believe, and we doubt. We hold fast to the gift of new life, and yet the nails of current reality bite hard. For all who are listening and praying now: place the healing of your hands into the holes of our hope. Breathe peace… Read more.
Need a little break? Grab your favorite stuffed animal, blanket and a snack and join Rev. Kent and Rev. Diana for story time!
A great Sunday at church today! Thanks to our worship designers Debbonnaire Kovacs, Jennifer Melton, Sharona Nelson, and Laura Nagle, who helped us all engage the idea of “Being in and building a beloved community.” We also welcomed back the Handbell Choir and Chancel Vocal Choir who filled the… Read more.
“Thoughts and Prayers” alone mean nothing in the wake of nearly 400 children and teenagers killed THIS YEAR SO FAR by gun violence. Join Kentucky Council of Churches President, Rev. Kent Gilbert, local church leaders, Moms Demand Action volunteers, and experts in the field of sensible legislation that can help. We’ll pray then help everyone… Read more.
Our hearts break this morning to learn of the deaths and serious injuries from the shooting in Las Vegas. This is now the largest mass killing in modern times in our country and again with anguish we lift our hearts to God and ask for comfort and strength for all who mourn. We pray that… Read more.
Violence and intimidation by white supremacist hate groups dominated our thinking and deepened our sorrows this weekend. In the scripture readings yesterday we were reminded of Jesus walking across the water to the nearly swamped disciples. Peter asks for this ghostly figure to prove he is Jesus by telling him, “Lord if it is you,… Read more.