February 12, 2020

Rel Ed Newsletter – February 2020

February 7, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – February 9, 2020

The Reader’s Digest, some years ago, told the story of a Jewish rabbi who was counseling a man about the role of money in his life.  First, he took the man to his office    window and asked him to look out and report what he saw.  The man reported that he saw streets filled with people, all sorts of people – young, old, rich, poor, black, white, tall, short.  Most of them seemed in a hurry.  Some of them looked worried and lonely and frightened.  Then the rabbi took the man to a mirror and asked him what he now […]
January 30, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – February 2, 2020

          During the severe cold of the winter of 1994, a reporter, who writes a syndicated column that appears in many of the major newspapers, told a story that deals with a problem that subtly confronts many people.  It was about a man whose car got stuck on the ice while he was on his way home from work.  The man was white, and the community in which he was stranded was predominately black.  It was after dark and the man was frightened.  To make matters worse, he ran down his battery.  There was no service […]
January 24, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – January 26, 2020

Today is the last Sunday of January and each of us is one month older.  To some, that is good news.  To others, it is not.  For many people there was a time in life when were complimented if someone guessed our age to be more than it was.  Now we are complimented when someone thinks our age to be less than it is.  Somewhere along the way, a transition took place.  But when did it happen?  Most of us do not remember.  We only know that it did. Our attitude toward aging is an interesting thing.  We live in […]
January 18, 2020

Tonight’s Volunteer Thank You Party Is Still Happening! Please Join Us!

In Spite of the Weather – The Party is Still On!  We Hope to See You There!!