Sight Beyond Sight

A simple question that has become a famous one, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” Fred Rogers, an ordained minister who was disturbed about the way television was portrayed for children decided to make a change, and in doing so invited us all to be his neighbor. From 1968 to 2001 the gentle voice, the friendly song, and puppets of all sorts invited us to be in community together with Mr. Rogers and his “neighborhood”. No matter who you are, or where you were, you were invited to be a neighbor.

Family is Hard

A simple question that has become a famous one, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” Fred Rogers, an ordained minister who was disturbed about the way television was portrayed for children decided to make a change, and in doing so invited us all to be his neighbor. From 1968 to 2001 the gentle voice, the friendly song, and puppets of all sorts invited us to be in community together with Mr. Rogers and his “neighborhood”. No matter who you are, or where you were, you were invited to be a neighbor.

3rd ANNUAL OMELETTE BRUNCH Sunday March 3

Serving from 8:00-9:45 am 11:00 am-??? Come before or after church Sunday, March 3, 2019 MENU: Omelettes cooked to order (or eggs any way you want) Biscuits & Gravy Sweet Rolls, Hash Browns, Fruit Coffee & Orange Juice Free will Offering. All proceeds go to our summer fund

SPAGHETTI AND MEATBALL/ LUNCHEON DESERT AUCTION MARCH 24TH

On March 24th right after the 10:00 am service, we will have a fundraiser for the Summer Reserve which will be a spaghetti and meatball lunch with a desert auction. We have some wonderful cooks in this Church. Our Luncheon will also have salad, garlic bread and somewonderful deserts which will be auctioned off. These can be taken home or … Read More

Resident Theologian

A simple question that has become a famous one, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” Fred Rogers, an ordained minister who was disturbed about the way television was portrayed for children decided to make a change, and in doing so invited us all to be his neighbor. From 1968 to 2001 the gentle voice, the friendly song, and puppets of all sorts invited us to be in community together with Mr. Rogers and his “neighborhood”. No matter who you are, or where you were, you were invited to be a neighbor.

A Question Worth Discussing

A simple question that has become a famous one, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” Fred Rogers, an ordained minister who was disturbed about the way television was portrayed for children decided to make a change, and in doing so invited us all to be his neighbor. From 1968 to 2001 the gentle voice, the friendly song, and puppets of all sorts invited us to be in community together with Mr. Rogers and his “neighborhood”. No matter who you are, or where you were, you were invited to be a neighbor.

New Year, New Commitment

A simple question that has become a famous one, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” Fred Rogers, an ordained minister who was disturbed about the way television was portrayed for children decided to make a change, and in doing so invited us all to be his neighbor. From 1968 to 2001 the gentle voice, the friendly song, and puppets of all sorts invited us to be in community together with Mr. Rogers and his “neighborhood”. No matter who you are, or where you were, you were invited to be a neighbor.

How we Disagree Matters

A simple question that has become a famous one, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” Fred Rogers, an ordained minister who was disturbed about the way television was portrayed for children decided to make a change, and in doing so invited us all to be his neighbor. From 1968 to 2001 the gentle voice, the friendly song, and puppets of all sorts invited us to be in community together with Mr. Rogers and his “neighborhood”. No matter who you are, or where you were, you were invited to be a neighbor.

Perspective Matters

A simple question that has become a famous one, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” Fred Rogers, an ordained minister who was disturbed about the way television was portrayed for children decided to make a change, and in doing so invited us all to be his neighbor. From 1968 to 2001 the gentle voice, the friendly song, and puppets of all sorts invited us to be in community together with Mr. Rogers and his “neighborhood”. No matter who you are, or where you were, you were invited to be a neighbor.

Who do you say that I am?

A simple question that has become a famous one, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” Fred Rogers, an ordained minister who was disturbed about the way television was portrayed for children decided to make a change, and in doing so invited us all to be his neighbor. From 1968 to 2001 the gentle voice, the friendly song, and puppets of all sorts invited us to be in community together with Mr. Rogers and his “neighborhood”. No matter who you are, or where you were, you were invited to be a neighbor.