Carl Leben’s Reflection

As I’m sitting down to write this reflection it is the first of December. I find myself thinking back about this

Carl Leben’s Reflection2022-01-16T18:52:56-07:00

Sandy Thiernau’s Reflection

Happy New Year 2022! Once again it’s time for our annual activity of well-meaning New Year’s Resolutions, followed by the inevitable inability

Sandy Thiernau’s Reflection2022-01-10T10:02:47-07:00

Pastor Mark Dippre’s Reflection

The End is Just a New Beginning “Here we are at the end of another year.  We will gather with family and

Pastor Mark Dippre’s Reflection2021-12-26T20:48:58-07:00

Deacon Peter Klemens’ Reflection

After months of planning, I am leaving to go fishing with my three friends Larry, Tom and John.  I am all

Deacon Peter Klemens’ Reflection2021-11-21T20:11:55-07:00

Deacon Fred Pratt’s Reflection

Giving Praise to God on Thanksgiving Day Thanksgiving is right around the corner and as we all know a national holiday

Deacon Fred Pratt’s Reflection2021-11-14T19:50:54-07:00

Fr. Dale Fushek’s Reflection

A Tattoo I have never been a fan of getting a tattoo.  It seemed to me that by getting a tattoo

Fr. Dale Fushek’s Reflection2021-11-08T09:28:25-07:00

Dawn G. Paschke’s Reflection

Lingering at the Table One of my favorite memories as a child is going to my Grandma & Grandpa York’s for

Dawn G. Paschke’s Reflection2021-11-01T01:03:23-07:00

Deacon Dennis Paschke’s Reflection

Sometimes people say to let your past be in your past, but the truth I’ve found is that the past plays

Deacon Dennis Paschke’s Reflection2021-10-24T18:13:11-07:00

Deacon Karen Klemens’ Reflection

I consider it an undeserved privilege when from time to time I am invited to teach one of our Wednesday evening

Deacon Karen Klemens’ Reflection2021-10-18T11:21:33-07:00
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