CURRENT OFFICERS AND CONSISTORY MEMBERS

President
Sandy Kleger
Vice President
Jim Stewart
Secretary
Diana Decker
Trustees
Allen Dennis
Lisa Ceaser
Butch Peters
Treasurer
Chris Dietrich

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From The Pastor’s Desk

The season of Advent begin the patient waiting and watching for the birth of Christ. Advent began on November 25th, 2018. We also began a new liturgical year, Year C. That means we get to explore more of the Bible as a congregation. This December, especially Christmas Eve, I plan on focusing on the Incarnation […]

From The Pastor’s Desk

What About Relationships?

At a recent meeting with my mentor, the Rev Dr. Jane Hess, we talked about our churches and what is important to us. I mentioned community and relationships. We both agreed that both are important and that relationships are just another gift the church has to offer. One reason why relationships are […]

From the Pastor’s Desk

The last week of July, 2018, with consistory approval, I mailed out letters to approximately 27 of our brothers and sisters in Christ about what’s happening at Emmanuel UCC. Those who received letters were the folks on our directory list whom I haven’t met before, or have not seen in a while. I want them […]

From The Pastor’s Desk

For our July Newsletter, I thought it would be appropriate to include this important pastoral newsletter found on the UCC website, UCC.org. As a minister, I do not preach politics from the pulpit, but I do feel it is important for us as Christians to allow our voice to be heard in government decisions. We, […]

From the Pastor’s desk

I must confess I’m always unimpressed by the Statements of Faith that churches post on their sites. They just lie there, impassive, motionless, like an impressive monument artfully designed, yet lifeless. What’s a Statement of Faith anyways? It is supposed to be a compilation of our core beliefs, the foundation on which we stand, right? […]

From the Pastor’s desk

May brings the newness of sunshine and flowers to our community. After a long winter, this is something we all welcome with open arms. The seasons are something that affects our vitality. Vitality, simply put, means the state of being strong and active; energy. In the beautiful summer months ahead we can sense this vitality […]

[The Armor of God] Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes. — Ephesians 6:10-11 (NIV)