When I first became a Presbyterian, church was a wonderful experience. Everything and everyone seemed there to make my experience smooth and enjoyable.
Later I learned that being a Christian was very different.
Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.Philippians 2:4 (NRSV)
As I became more involved with the church, and accepted various leadership positions, all of what I enjoyed as a new member gradually disappeared.
How has seeking the mind of Christ changed your actions?
I will have more to say about Philippians 2:1-11 below on Sunday, April 5th.
Robert Shaw, Pastor
A Tip for Parents
Imagine how your family might welcome a hero back to town.
Matthew 21:1-11 records Jerusalem coming out to welcome Jesus waving palm branches and singing loudly or shouting.
Send me a photo or video clip of your parade by Friday, April 3rd, and I will add it to our worship service.
Worship this Sunday
After worship, please join the e-Fellowship hour. See The Skirl for details.
As disciples of Jesus Christ we give so that we may dedicate the whole of our lives by sharing a portion of what we earn with others.
Although COVID-19 has forced us to curtail all groups, meetings, classes, …, even office hours, we continue other ministries. For example: Wednesday Bible Study and Sunday school for children meet via video-teleconference.
In these unusual times we deeply appreciate giving through your bank or by clicking the button. We continue to check our mailbox regularly so you may mail your check to us.