A Word from the Pastor
October 1st, 2020
This coming Sunday the Presbyterian Church observes World Communion Sunday. It's a day when we especially remember that through God's love and actions we are united with people throughout the entire world. In a time when polarization is so great, and pandemic isolation has gotten so old, we will share bread and cup electronically remembering that as we worship and participate in the Lord's Supper, God is not only present with us here in the United States, but God is present even in the farthest reaches of the globe. And if God is present among people whose culture, language and nationality is different than ours, then it is both our responsibility and our great opportunity to pray for and work for that day when both here in the United States and around the world, hurtful words are silenced, pain is left behind, divisions based on the color of our skin or the person we love come tumbling down, and true community is created.