The Audience of One concert 7pm this Saturday will have a food truck! Bubba Luigi Road Trip will be offering savory meals and snacks!
Join us for a concert by Audience of One on January 12th at 7pm. Ao1 is a Christian parody band which plays familiar songs with revised lyrics.
Join us, Grace Presbyterian church, Family Promise participants and others for a Thanksgiving worship service and prime rib dinner on Wednesday, Nov 21 at 5:30pm. The dinner and service will be held this year at Covenant Presbyterian church. Vegetarian options are available, so come join us for worship and food!
Join us for a Fish Fry following this Sunday’s All Saints day service, 10:00 am, November 4th!
And He said, “Bring them here to Me.” Ordering the people to sit down on the grass, He took the five loaves and the two fish, and looking up toward heaven, He blessed the food, and breaking the loaves He gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds, and they all ate and were satisfied. They picked up what was left over of the broken pieces, twelve full baskets. read more.
There were about five thousand men who ate, besides women and children.
This coming Sunday, October 7th, is beginning to look like it may be a beautiful day for us to have communion and worship at 10:00 a.m. outdoors in God’s creation. We will enjoy using our new sanctuary porch for extended seating.
After worship, we’ll gather indoors for a BBQ menu including marinated hamburgers, Italian sausage subs, hot dogs, coleslaw and scrumptious desserts.
If you want to continue enjoying the day with us, stay with us after the meal for a time of meditation and chair yoga!
June 16 to 23, 2018, I went as a part of a team of delegates and commissioners representing the Presbytery of St. Augustine to the 223rd PC(USA) General Assembly. Before and after each of us posted our musings, both profound and silly, about the event. The full list of musings from all the team can be found here. Below are my posts from the event.
Preparations – Thursday, June 14, 2018
Until about a week ago, I thought of General Assembly in the abstract as a bureaucratic machine, an engine chugging along, mostly silent, but with the occasional warning whistle or mechanical groan, an engine which has the purpose of keeping the wheels of our denomination ever-moving towards the future.
I volunteered to participate as a cog in this machinery in part so I could grow my knowledge of this denomination, which has been so much a part of my adult life, and in part because I thought it would be a semi-vacation, an early-summer break in the everyday challenges of my life as pastor, software developer, and parent.
After I received my committee assignment and I was sent information about the overtures and issues with which I needed to become conversant, the seriousness of the week ahead began to sink in. [Read more…]