Lesson 31 Paul was a polarizing figure in the early Church and he remains a tough customer today. He was a Pharisee, a strict adherent to the Law, and he considered the early Christians to be dangerous heretics. He was a man of action, putting those crazyread more

Lesson 29 “I will be with you always, until the end of the age.” With those words, Jesus seems to leave His friends. But we know, because He told them and us, that He only seemed to leave. This week we talk about how it’s possible for Jeread more

The tomb is empty! The guy(s) in white have passed on the message: Jesus is not inside; he’s alive! This week, the first Sunday of Easter, is often a “low Sunday” – it feels like time to take a break after the long Lenten season anread more

A few years ago we had Foyers Groups which met in each other’s homes for dinner. We would like to start this up again as a way to get to know each other better and form long lasting relationships. If you would like to participate, please contact Lynread more

We’re a little out of order, because during next week’s All-Parish Meeting we’ll be hosting a symbolic Seder meal for our kids in the Sunday school classrooms. This Sunday’s lesson skips ahead by one Holy Week day to focus on the eread more

At last! The stone is rolled over yonder and the tomb is empty – our Lord is not there! There is no Sunday school on Easter Sunday. Please enjoy this Day of Resurrection together, secure in God’s gracious love for all creation! The Lord is risread more

There is no Sunday school on Palm Sunday, because the palm procession and reading of the Passion make for an especially long service. We suggest that you observe Palm Sunday at the Eucharist of your choice as a family. The reading of the Passion can rangeread more

Lenten Soup Suppers begin tonight! Dinner at 6:30, program from 7-8. Please join Deacons Jeff Moretzsohn and Dennis Coleman for a challenging, insightful look at our response to the poverty in our region. And while you’re there, sign up to bring souread more