Bill Faw offers comments about recent events in our country and a telling of two non-violent response trainings he underwent in the 1960s as part of the strong civil rights tradition disavowing violence.
A Hymn for our time in the Wilderness… As we travel along this road in our modern Wilderness, many of us have found comfort and solace in music. Our “stay-at-home” has provided time for exploring music in ways which we … Continued
Today’s “In the Wilderness” posting is a reprise from Sunday’s virtual worship service – Terry Houff singing his rendition of Thomas Dorsey’s “Peace in the Valley.”
by Claire Martindale, 2020 Gabe bounced out of Sunday Schoolwearing the craft of the day – a stripof paper encircling his head. Insteadof feathers he’d stuck jagged red paper cutoutsalong the front with a stubby glue stick.Tongues of fire for … Continued
This week’s “In the Wilderness” features the music of the Manchester University A Capella Choir. Be on the lookout for a familiar face in this virtual choir!
Our latest contribution comes from our Library, and is shared by Peggy Lineweaver. It is a 25 minute video titled “Come and See” that was recorded in 1998, just as our congregation was preparing to make the move up the … Continued
by Kathy Fuller Guisewite Creating God,Today we pray for mothers…For Grandmothers who have blessed us with their wisdom and love.Thank You, God, for the warm feelings that rise when we think of Grandmothersand the gift of parents they bore for … Continued
So then, brothers and sisters, stand firm and hold fast to the traditions that you were taught by us, either by word of mouth or by our letter. Now may our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who … Continued