Love Divine

John Wesley composed a prayer that is especially fitting for the New Year. If that name is unfamiliar to you, […]

Paraments

Parament or Parement: from Late Latin paramentum, adornment, parare, to prepare, equip); a term applied by ancient writers to the […]

Contemporary Issues Class

Email Jim for information about the class. Coming to Terms with What is Enough… This month our changing Earth is […]

Explorer’s Class

The Explorer’s Class will continue to meet at 10:30 online for now. We will continue reviewing and critiquing the Patterson […]

Blue Christmas Service

Christmas is not always a joyful time. For those of us who have lost loved ones, are in insecure environments, […]

November Sermon Series

Pastor Jeff begins a sermon series on November 8 called Back to the Basics: A Christian Primer with a sermon […]

November Youth Ministry Update

Youth ministry highlights in October included formation classes, more evening gardening get-togethers, and of course, the first-ever Halloween Walk Through! […]

2020 Advent Study

A miracle happened to me two days ago!  Looking forward to Christmas just didn’t have the same meaning for me […]

Advent Illuminations

Advent is a drama set in four acts. The first act is set in darkness, and we are drawn back […]

Finding Comfort

In a recent sermon I shared a story John Bell relates in his new book, “Living with the Psalms.” Rev. […]

October Youth Ministries Update

The Dayspring Youth  have focused on Sunday Formation classes and developing gardening skills over the past month!  Our youth group […]

Paul’s Attitude in Prison

Two years ago, on the occasion of what would have been his 100th birthday, “The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela” was published. Mandela, the man who would become President and Healer-in-Chief of South Africa, wrote hundreds of letters — to prison officials, family and friends – during his 27 years of confinement, from Nov. 7, 1962 to Feb. 11, 1990. The New York Times characterized the volume in five words: “Hope is a powerful weapon.” Read More…