The running path where I run during the week is paved with asphalt and has trees on both sides, whose branches arch over the path, reaching towards each other to meet in the middle.Early in the mornings, especially in winter, the sun that shines through these treesprovide much needed warmth and light that can be quite magnificent.
Hello all. I happened to be liturgist for first service recently, and wanted to share a bit about the experience. I also wanted to highlight some of the resources we have available to assist liturgists, as they aren't immediately apparent on the website, and invite church members to consider being a liturgist as they are able. We've had a recent string of announcements regarding this during first service, and it seems a nice opportunity to capture momentum.
Hello all. As I'm in the process of finalizing some changes to the weekly announcements email sent out by the church office, I thought it would be a good time to explain what will be different, and also touch upon the sermons newsletter that we launched a month or so back... I hadn't bothered to make a formal announcement during service, and it is a rather nice feature if you don't visit the church website frequently.
It's been about 6 months since we launched the current website, and I thought people would be interested in seeing some of the informational tidbits garnered about website visitors in the meantime. I check our website logs every now and then, and see some unexpected developments occasionally; at one point a visitor was using a Zune MP3 player to listen to the sermon podcasts, and recently people have been visiting the church website from their iPhone browsers.
I came across this interview while preparing for a sermon and was pretty shocked at the identities of the host and the guest. I was even more shocked at the content of the interview considering the setting.