Monthly Archive for: ‘December, 2017’

Pastor Will’s Christmas Eve Homily, 2017

In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now, and will forever be. AMEN Way back on Dec. 3rd we kicked off the church season of Advent with this verse from the prophet Isaiah, “O (God), that you would tear open the heavens and come down!” I really connect with this …

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The ordinary becoming extra-ordinary

Midweek Advent Worship Reflection, by Pastor Will Rose Isaiah 61:1-4,8-11 (Can you hum this tune in your head?) Trim up the tree with Christmas stuff Like bingle balls, and who-foo fluff. Trim up the town with goo-who gums and bizil-bix and… Maybe you have seen the Grinch and you know how it goes. Or how about this one… It’s beginning …

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A reflection on Star Wars

This week another Star Wars movie hits the theaters and I couldn’t be more excited. Star Wars was the spark that awakened my imagination. It was my “first step into a larger world.” Most of my childhood imagination and playtime was consumed by the thought of flying through space, pretending I was Luke Skywalker wielding a lightsaber fighting for a …

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