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This I Believe
Larry Blades ~ A principal theme running throughout Pastor Diane’s sermons is the peace and the strength in adversity that can be found through trust in God.  The Epistle of Paul to the Philippians [4:7] says that “the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ.”  This passage refers to the inner calmness, promised to one who has a thankful attitude based on unwavering confidence in God.  Such trust in Him brings about a peace that transcends both human intellect and human analysis. ...read more...
Betsy Beck ~ Here is a news flash for you. I love to sing. I love music. I believe in the power of music to teach us, to guide us, to inspire us. There are many reasons I love both singing in the choir and playing bells. The musical experiences with Al, Mary, and both of the ensembles truly lift my soul. Though they are very different types of group music, they each demand a different part of my experience and ability. They make my heart sing. ...read more...
David Rich ~ This coming year marks my 15th year anniversary as a member of this church community. Now I know many of you will say that’s nothing – around here you’re still considered the new kid on the block. But for me it is a big deal. You see, I’ve never been a part of any community or institution for this long - not even close.  ...read more...
In the order they were received
Tom Key ~ I believe in a forgiving, intervening god, who in his infinite wisdom and grace, has allowed those who believe in him to have a certain amount of free will in forming their relationship with Him. And one of the manifestations of this relationship is how we show homage, i.e., worship Him.  ...read more...
Norm Sills ~ My past experiences in this church, (which we joined in 1954) are different than most of you. I was a deacon (twice, 20 years apart), and a member of the historical committee of the Conference for a number of years. Nancy, of course, was much more active. Among other responsibilities she sang in the choir for 50+ years and supervised the kitchen for untold years. She was also a deacon and President of the Upkeep Society.   ...read more...