It’s a curious mix we’re given to enjoy at this time of year. With the world around us getting darker
and colder, we have some of our grandest celebrations in November.
On the first Sunday of the month we keep the Feast of All Saints with a service of Holy Communion that includes prayers of remembrance for those who have died in the last year, and special music offered by our artist-in-residence, Chris Siebold.
Pastor Emeritus Bill Nagy will be the preacher on November 12 when we will also welcome back Josh Kuipers, associate pastor, returning from parental leave.
November 19 will be a great occasion of Thanksgiving, with traditional hymns and lots of seasonal music, as we praise God from whom all blessings flow, and dedicate financial pledges to support the mission and ministry of our church in 2018.
Join us in the curious mix of our faith, remembering the past with gratitude, turning to the promise of our future.
I’ll see you in church.
The Rev. David Pattee, senior pastor