Pastor’s Blog – April 2, 2021

     One day a Native American from a rural village decided to visit a friend in New York City. As they walked together down the bustling sidewalk, the Native American Indian suddenly held up his hand. They paused and he asked his friend, “Do you hear that?” “Hear What” his friend asked over the sounds of cars and buses, a bit bewildered.

Pastor’s Blog – March 27

     I love the Count. Don’t misunderstand me. I don’t like TO count. I like THE Count von Count of Sesame Street fame. The Count is into numbers. Counting numbers brings him joy: “Ahh, ahh, ahh!”

Easter Sunday Worship Reservations, Please

In order to maximize safety and ensure that we are best prepared for worshippers, we ask anyone planning to join us in-person for worship on Easter Sunday, April 4, make a reservation.  

Pastor’s Blog – March 8

“Again: for every creature’s life, its blood is its life. That is why I have told the Israelites: You must not consume any creature’s blood because every creature’s life is its blood. Anyone who consumes it will be cut off” (Leviticus 17:14, CEB).

             I am reading through the Chronological Bible this year. The daily assignments follow the timeline of events recorded in Scripture. Presently, I am making my way through the book of Leviticus. For those who are a bit squeamish at the sight of blood, Leviticus may test your limits.

Pastor’s Blog – Feb. 3, 2021


by Pastor Gene Wells

Here is a story I want to share with you. I hope you enjoy it.
     An American Indian tells about a Brave who found an Eagle’s egg and put it in the nest of a Prairie Chicken.  The eaglet hatched with the brood of chicks and grew up with them.

Pastor’s Blog – Dec. 11

“A cheerful heart brings a smile to your face; a sad heart makes it hard to get through the day” (Proverbs 15:13, MSG).