Acts 2:1-13 Richard C. Hulbert June 24, 2015 It is said that passing the torch is a metaphor for life. Human life is perpetuated by producing offspring to whom the responsibility for tomorrow’s world is entrusted. There is no definite time when an individual is passed the torch or when … Continue reading
Join us after church at 11:15 a.m. to plant the raised boxes in the garden. Many hands make light work. All produce harvested from the garden is donated to Food Share, a Helena organization that helps those who need some assistance with groceries.
Wednesday, May 27, in fellowship hall 6 p.m. Potluck 7 p.m. Program Please join Returned Nepal Peace Corps Volunteers Kathy Chase, Barb Burkland, and Marjean Heisler for an informal potluck to talk about the people and culture of Nepal and ways we can help in the aftermath of this tragedy. Just … Continue reading
Acts 1:1-11 Carl Sagan was an astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist and author who became a household name in the early 1980s when his television series “Cosmos: A Personal Journey” became the most watched program in PBS history. All his life, Carl Sagan was troubled by grand dichotomies—between reason and irrationalism, He was blinded by … Continue reading
Acts 10:44-48 The scripture from Acts is the last in our sermon series. It is my hope that our reflections on Acts over the past few weeks have helped us see the ways in which the early church spread the gospel message. I hope the scriptures have reminded in our … Continue reading
Acts 8:26-40 About a year ago I was driving to pick up my kids from their grandparents house. When I drive out there I often call on my car’s Bluetooth to catch up with a friend or colleague I haven’t talked to in a while. The call … Continue reading
Acts 4:5-12 A few weeks back I was setting up worship service at St. Paul’s for the Lenten services we did on Wednesday nights. While I was in the balcony I heard a voice, “Hello?” I said, “Hello!” in reply. Silence. I continued on with my preparation, when a … Continue reading