Words for the Week – February 7, 2019

Love is what holds us together.  I believe it’s possible to improve at love.  In my sermon, I mentioned the five love languages as one tool for improving relationships (note: I think it’s great for all kinds of relationships, not … Read More

Words for the Week – January 31, 2019

Try this.  Really, wherever you are right now, try this.  Take a full minute, block out all other distractions and concentrate on this: You are surrounded by love…You are filled with love…You are loved. Amen. On Sunday, we’ll hear that … Read More

Words for the Week – January 24, 2019

Greetings.  This Sunday we have an all-church meeting and potluck following the 10:30 service.  Please bring a dish to share.  We’ll see a photo review of 2018, celebrate what we’ve done together for God, and vote on the budget for … Read More

Words for the Week – January 17, 2019

Greetings Peace people.  If you are affected by the shut-down and need help, please reach out to me or someone in the church.   At 9:15 am on Sunday, I will lead a discussion about how we can support people who … Read More

Words for the Week – January 10, 2019

Arise, your light has come! This season, we focus on the light of God which beckons us like the wise men to go find the presence of God and bear it to the world.  Listen to last Sunday’s sermon here.  … Read More

Words for the Week – December 20, 2018

This Sunday we’ll hear a piece of scripture called “The Benedictus.”  It’s what Zechariah, John the Baptist’s father, said after John was born: You, my child shall be called the prophet of the Most High.  For you will go before … Read More

Words for the Week – December 13, 2018

Last week, we heard how, when Mary found out she was pregnant, she asked, “How can this be?” In the face of seemingly impossible odds, it’s easy to become hopeless.  The question “how can this be” turns in to “this … Read More

Words for the Week – December 6, 2018

Advent blessings to you. Everyone has some reason to pray. Last Sunday, I preached about Zechariah who had prayed for a child.  I told about the time I joined throngs of people praying at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, adding … Read More

Words for the Week – November 29, 2018

Advent is upon us!  It’s a time when we wait in hope and longing for God’s presence.  During Advent at Peace, we’re going to read the first chapter of the gospel of Luke, featuring stories of God’s people who longed … Read More

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