Whether you missed this Sunday due to illness or spent it out of town with another church family, we sure did miss you! Stay up to date with the latest sermon here.
A week ago Monday, I received the first administration of the COVID-19 vaccine. I’ll get the second shot in early February. Before I received the vaccine, I spent a good deal of time getting acquainted with vaccines for COVID (and vaccines in general) by reading articles, listening to various podcasts, and reading sacred Scripture. As a pastor ministering in hospitals and a chaplain serving with the Aledo Volunteer Fire Department, I knew I would be offered the vaccine early on. I was ready when the time came.Continue reading “To Get the Vaccine or Not to Get the Vaccine…”
We realize that some may not yet be comfortable attending larger corporate in-person gatherings and may choose to remain at home on Sundays. Our Facebook live-stream will continue on Sundays at 10:30 AM even as we are also gathered for worship in the sanctuary.
There are several things that we’d like you to know ahead of time; there are many changes.
“Of making many books there is no end…” – Ecclesiastes 12:12b Continue reading “Pastor’s Ponderings”