Lent Tag

06 Mar A Cross-Shaped Life: Judging the Judges

A Cross-Shaped Life:  Judging the Judges 1 Corinthians 4:1-5 March 7, 2021 Michelle Fincher Calvary Presbyterian Church Our live service will be broadcast from our YouTube channel at 10:00 a.m. and can be accessed here.  The adult worship guide can be downloaded here The children's worship page is here. Click here for the link...

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21 Feb A Cross-Shaped Life:  Grow Up!

A Cross-Shaped Life:  Grow Up! 1 Corinthians 3:1-9a February 21, 2021 Michelle Fincher Calvary Presbyterian Church Our live service will be broadcast from our YouTube channel at 10:00 a.m. and can be accessed by clicking here. The adult worship guide can be downloaded here The children's worship page can be here. Click here for...

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16 Feb From the Pastor’s Desk..Entering Lent

Dear Friends, Thank you for a wonderful congregational meeting on Sunday.  It was a treat to hear your voices and see your faces.  Thank you for taking care of Calvary’s essential business.  You have demonstrated yet again that even a global pandemic cannot stop us from...

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09 Feb An Invitation to Lent

Dear Friends, I have hit the “Covid-19 wall,” and as it turns out, I am not alone.  Last week, a clergy friend directed me to an online article that described how adrenaline has helped us push through the first several months of this pandemic.  But human...

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27 Feb A Season of Preparation

Last night my church hosted an Ash Wednesday soup supper followed by a Taize-styled worship service.  Three of our “sister” churches joined us, as has become our tradition. It is a tradition I love, as the four churches get together annually over a meal and...

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20 Feb A Lenten Silence

Five years ago, my church was in desperate need of a website redesign.  After what felt to me, a technology neophyte, like a long, involved process, the long-awaited update was ready to launch.  As part of this process, I was strongly encouraged to begin blogging....

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28 Mar Sunday is Coming. Hallelujah!

What did you, could you think as they pounded through your open palms forcing coarse, bloody iron nail to sink deep into the splintered wood?   Did you feel the grasp of panic, that sudden, stomach-wrenching sense that this, at the very last, is it no further chance of changing, turning back?   Were...

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