Faith in 2022
Christians growing in Faith by caring, connecting, & serving community
From Eden to Gethsemane to the garden in which Jesus was buried and raised, our story of faith wanders through much fertile soil. But in our current world of fast food and to-go meals, we often do not make time to explore where our food comes from and how we break bread together. Journeying through the season of Lent with this in mind, A Time to Grow encourages readers to slow down, move through the painstaking process of growth, and end together with great feasting and celebration of the resurrection. Themes of soil, water, light, time, fasting, feasting, and more guide the way from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday. Readers will explore the intricacies of how faith is required to produce food and how that faith can lead us all to feast at the table on Easter morning.
Blankets by Faith
We are still building wonderful blankets for those in most need. We accept fabric, and sewing material donations. The blankets are no sew and quilting. There are projects for any level of sewing skill. You will find a chair around the table, all are welcome.
Presbyterian Women (Sep - May)
Bible study is the glue that holds Presbyterian Women together. We are in person with the PW study "What My Grandmothers Taught Me" We are meeting the 2nd Thursday at 1 PM each month.
This study invites us into the family stories that helped shape Jesus and shape us too. The women in Jesus’ family tree have backstories that are exactly the kind of story you can imagine hearing while sitting spellbound as a grandmother reminisces about her early life. Matthew chose to mention a handful of women: Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary. What can they teach us? Matthew has named these women for a reason. Their stories will lead us into the Gospel, the Good News about Jesus Christ. Having explored their stories together, we will have a richer idea about what the good news is.