Deacon Fred Pratt’s Reflection #1

All my life I’ve been an eternal optimist. Not that I’m not now, but amid all of the division and

Deacon Fred Pratt’s Reflection #12020-09-15T11:21:39-07:00

Fr. Dale’s Reflection #16

A lot has happened in the past few months. The pandemic is worse. The heat is "out of control". The

Fr. Dale’s Reflection #162020-08-25T11:31:31-07:00

Deacon Chuck Monroe’s Reflection #1

Gratefulness On June 30th I tested positive for the Coronavirus. I was sick and after a few days went into Banner

Deacon Chuck Monroe’s Reflection #12020-08-12T16:41:43-07:00

Pastor Mark’s Reflection #2

Count Your Blessings Have you ever stopped to take inventory of your life and the many blessings you have received from

Pastor Mark’s Reflection #22020-08-12T11:52:02-07:00

Peter Palmer Reflection #1

Then, Now, and Tomorrow THEN is memories, memories of a childhood, a new son or daughter and even some events

Peter Palmer Reflection #12020-08-04T08:00:37-07:00

Savannah Abbott, Reflection #1

For the first 27 years of my life, I could not identify God and I felt alone. In elementary school,

Savannah Abbott, Reflection #12020-07-29T09:01:43-07:00

Rev. Michael Lessard Reflection #1

The present political, economic, moral and healthcare turmoil is not new. It reveals the fragile and conflicted reality of human nature.

Rev. Michael Lessard Reflection #12020-07-13T13:34:41-07:00

Kevin McGloin’s Reflection #1

Gratitude I had the opportunity to work with a person over 30 years ago, who, when you asked how he

Kevin McGloin’s Reflection #12020-07-10T11:10:50-07:00
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