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.

Yard Sale February 2

The Fundraising Team is working on the 2019 Summer Reserve Fund already and needs your help. No, no, put away your checkbooks. There will be a HUGE Yard Sale on Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 8am to 12pm. All proceeds will go to the Summer Reserve Fund. Not only do we need you to go through your attic, closets, garage … Read More

Upcoming Events

Every Monday: Book Group 1:00 PMHalf Truths: God Helps Those Who Help Themselves and Other Things the Bible Doesn’t Say by Adam Hamilton Every Wednesday: Prayer Small Group 6:30 PM Every Thursday: (Starting January 10th) “Revelation” Bible Study Group 2:30 PM Every Friday: Prayer Small Group 9:30 AM Every Sunday: Adult Sunday School 9:00 AM January 18th Café of Life … Read More

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.

A Little Help Reading the Bible

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 Guide to Reading the Bible Part 2

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 Guide to Reading the Bible

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.

Won’t You be my Neighbor?

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.