Food for Thought

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Food for Thought

  • Recaps Available – Gospel of Mark Study

    Want to see what this study’s all about?  Missed a session of the study and want to catch up?  Find out more by clicking here:    Recaps of Current Study. Read More »

  • Bible Study – Gospel of Mark Currently Underway

    The Gospel of Mark is the shortest of the four Gospels.  It was also probably the first to be written – around 70 A.D.  Join us for a ten session study as we explore Mark’s story of Jesus’s ministry and mission – how this man of Galilee brought God’s Good News to the world. Read More »

  • 2017 Lenten Study – Recap

    For 6 weeks beginning March 6th, a group of 15 men and women studied The Apostles’ Creed. Creed, from the Latin word Credo, means “I believe”.  The most essential Christian beliefs are contained in this ancient Creed.  We learned that our beliefs shape who we are and how we relate to our fellow human beings:  not only do we need a church, but the church needs us! Read More »

  • April’s Featured Recipe

    Herbed Baked Leg of Lamb. This traditional recipe comes from the United Methodist Women’s “Heavenly Recipes” cookbook – perfect for a family get-together.Read More »

  • 2017 Lenten Study Begins March 6

      In the words of Dr. Seuss, “Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”   A six-week study of Adam Hamilton’s “Creed:  What Christians Believe and Why” will begin Monday, March 6th at 7:00pm in the Agape Classroom (Worship Activity Center). Adam Hamilton takes on the Apostles’ Creed, exploring not only WHAT Christians believe, but WHY they believe it, and why it matters. Read More »

  • Esther Recap

      We just finished a great four-week study of the Greek version of the Book of Esther from the Apocrypha.  As you may or may not know, there is no mention of God in the more familiar Old Testament version of the book.  The Greek version, however, emphasizes how Esther and Mordecai found strength in their dependence on God.  We found striking parallels of the Esther story of a plot to exterminate Jews in ancient times and the modern day Holocaust. Read More »

  • February’s Featured Recipe

    February’s Featured Recipe is “Easy Double Cheesy Chicken”. Easy – and good!   What could be better!  Try this – and other recipes from the United Methodist Women’s collection.  Enjoy!Read More »




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1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.