9:00 am – Prayz & Worship Service, Sanctuary
9:00 am- Sunday School
9:50 am- Fellowship, Activity Center
10:30 am – Traditional Worship Service, Sanctuary
(Children’s Church after Children’s Time, age K-2nd)
It’s my sincere prayer and hope that during this season of Lent that we will draw closer to God and seek to do His will. Here we are: It’s the season of Lent, and I’m wondering if I should tell you the truth about it. Most of us pastors agree that this is the most important season of the church year, seven weeks that come to a grand climax with Easter Sunday. Church attendance is traditionally at its best in this season. The most loyal believers look for ways to deepen their faith, and even those out on the periphery often acknowledge that during this period they hope to do better than they’ve been doing. But as we gather on this Sunday, I keep asking myself if I should tell you the truth about it all.Posted in: Pastor's Page Read more... 0 comments
There are things we use every day and give little thought to the germs they may carry. Keeping these items clean may just help keep you healthy and free from infections.Posted in: Parish Nurse Read more... 0 comments
- Cellphone - It goes with you everywhere -- even into the bathroom. As a result, it could be up to 10 times dirtier than a toilet seat. In fact, it could have E.coli on it. That’s a bacteria that can give you diarrhea and stomach cramps. It can live for hours on a warm surface like your phone. The solution: Wash your hands with soap after you go.
- Remote Control - Everyone touches it -- even the neighbor’s kid who picks his nose nonstop. And when it isn’t in your germy hands, it’s either on the floor or stuck between the sofa cushions -- a cozy, dark home for mold and bacteria. Give it a going-over with antibacterial wipes every so often.