Pastor Jen is on vacation this week.
We look forward to welcoming Bishop Sudarshana Devadhar of the New England Conference of the United Methodist Church to worship this week.
A few weeks ago, some preliminary statistics were released citing a surge in deaths due to overdose during 2020.
Last nightâ€™s quick and powerful storm caused a bit of local disruption and destruction.
The evening of Chrisâ€™s and my first date was a gloomy one.
This coming weekend, we will transition to whatâ€™s become known as hybrid worship: where some people gather locally in the sanctuary and others are able to view the sanctuary worship online.
Although Vermont has been able to lift restrictions earlier than anticipated, we are coming up on the weekend when we had expected to know a new freedom.
As we ready our hearts, minds, spirits and bodies for sanctuary re-entry on July 11, I wanted to share a few important logistical details that you may have been wondering about.
Well, we did it!
As our gardens and fields turn to their full summer green, it is fitting that our Sunday text (Mark 4:26-34) presents us with two agricultural parables of Godâ€™s kingdom: scattered seed and mighty mustard plants.