Wednesday Word: April 1, 2020

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Wednesday word

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 As I begin to gather my thoughts to offer a word today, I want all of you to know you have been weighing on my heart and mind this week. I miss so much your smiles, your hugs, your warmth and the real connection I feel we have with one another. Those things cannot be conveyed via a livestream, or FaceTime, or even through the written word. They have to be experienced in person, person to person. Please know I love each one of you, miss you greatly and am constantly in prayer with you. It’s been a difficult week. That is a real understatement, if there ever was one. The pandemic and the effects it … Read More

Palm Sunday Communion: April 5, 2020

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Palm Sunday

Unfortunately, we will not able to be together in worship on Palm Sunday. We will be missing our wonderful Palm Sunday Cantata directed by our Music Director, Russ Rieger and the Chancel Choir. However, we will still be able to worship together and share in Holy Communion while in our own homes. Get your juice and bread/crackers prepared before the service begins. Worship with us online with Pastor Tom on Sunday, April 5, 2020, at 10:30 a.m.

Prayer Requests

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prayer requests

We are all in need of prayers. If you have a prayer request, please let us know. Send all requests by Friday of each week. Pastor Tom will be praying for each request before the live service on Sunday. Please make a note in the email if you would like the request to be “unspoken.” Send all prayer requests to

Prayers for Dotty Lovria

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prayer request

Please keep our church member and former CDC teacher, Dotty Lovria, and her family in your prayers. Dotty has suffered a massive stroke and is in ICU. The outcome does not look good. Her daughter, Ann is not allowed into the hospital to see her mother due to the current restrictions.The doctor will call Ann when Dotty’s time is near. Please pray for peace for Dotty’s family.

A Word from the Pastor: March 27, 2020

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from the pastor

Good morning friends, I hope and pray this finds you well. This week’s Sunday School lesson is very on point and certainly thought provoking. I hope you will find the lesson one that offers hope in the love and compassion of God that resides in all of us. There are those who have sought to profit from this time we’re in, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of persons, like yourself, who give of themselves unselfishly. Continue to be uplifted by God’s love and grace, knowing that God is with us even in this time we are journeying through. As always, you are close to my heart and in my thoughts and prayers. Blessings and Peace,Pastor Tom Please click on the Sunday School … Read More