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January Messages

January 1
Guest Speaker: Susan Rice
“The God of the Past
and the Future”
Psalm 126

January 8
“Who’s Leading Who?”
Luke 9:23-27

January 15
“Is God Like a Vending
Psalm 103

January 22
“Is God Like a Police
Psalm 77:13-15 & 68:35

January 29
“Is Jesus Just a Really
Good Guy?”
Matthew 16:13-30 &
John 1:35-42

January Events

Special Meeting — There will be a brief congregational meeting immediately after church on Sunday, January 14, for the purpose of voting for a Nominating Committee.

Annual Business Meeting — Our Annual Meeting, which provides an opportunity to look back at the church’s ministries in 2022 and forward to our goals for 2023, is scheduled for Wednesday, January 25, at 7:00 p.m. in our Fellowship Hall.

We will begin at 6:00 with a pizza dinner and time of fellowship. We hope you’ll join us!


Our Worship Services on Sundays aim to be inspiring and joyful, giving you spiritual energy reserves so you may be at your best this season. And so those you encounter will know you are active and alive in showing God’s love.

The invitation is always open: to come to church, to come back to church, to come to church for the first time!

Blessings to all,
Pastor Karen Johnson



Dear church family,
As you know, I was diagnosed with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) in February of 2020. Since then, it has been my blessing and privilege to continue serving as your Pastor despite my increasing physical difficulties and the weakness and fatigue that come with this disease.

However, after much consideration and in consultation with my doctor, Darby and I believe it is time for me to step away from working and take care of my health, so I will be taking a Medical Leave of Absence beginning Monday, July 25, 2022. We anticipate that the leave of absence will run for three months, during which time we will be working on getting the necessary approvals for long-term disability.

We have already discussed this with the church leadership, and the Search Committee is exploring options for bringing in an interim pastor. I know you will be in good hands and that God will lead all of us in these decisions.

Going forward, Darby and I hope to continue worshipping with you on a regular basis, and Darby to continue working part-time for the church, at least as long as these arrangements seem appropriate to our needs and those of the church.

Please know that I am deeply grateful for your prayers, your love, your gifts, and the many ways members of this congregation have helped us. You have shown us extraordinary grace through this difficult period, and we thank you all.

God bless you!
Pastor Ken