“Desmond and the Very Mean Word” reveals the power of words and the secret of forgiveness with wisdom about bullying and seeing the good in everyone.
United Thank Offering (UTO) is a ministry of the Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church, nurturing the habit of giving daily thanks to God.
How do we know if all the work we do is making a difference? The answer is ‘THANK GOD WE CAN’T!
Critically acclaimed author Tonya Bolden teams up with award-winning illustrator Eric Velasquez to create a richly painted and emotionally complex book that celebrates prayer and kindness while recognizing the diversity of the world around us.
If you missed the Vestry Forum, you can review the slides to learn more about the budget, stewardship campaign, pumpkin patch and columbarium.
How might today be different if you chose to see all these gifts for what they are and BE THANKFUL.
The Men’s Group Breakfast originally scheduled for this Saturday morning has been canceled.
Critically acclaimed author Jabari Asim and Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator E. B. Lewis give readers a fascinating glimpse into the boyhood of Civil Rights leader John Lewis.
The Usher and Greeter training scheduled for October 28 has been postponed. If you are interested in attending this training, please contact Mother Leslie.
Holy God we THANK YOU for calling us out of sameness and dullness of mind to remember who we are and whose we are. THANK YOU for making us in your image, unique in all the world.
The latest garden results are in! Find out how we did with our summer vegetables and what we look forward to with our upcoming fall harvest.
This week’s selection is “Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning Message” by Chief Jake Swamp.
Thank you God to all the challenges in my life and the ability to meet them.
Sunday, September 30, immediately following the 10:15 a.m. service there will be acolyte training for anyone in 6th grade or older, including adults!
Will Allen is no ordinary farmer. A former basketball star, he’s as tall as his truck, and he can hold a cabbage — or a basketball — in one hand.