Irene came and went in a matter of hours, but the wake of her passing through town will last forever. We have attached a couple of photos from the storm. One picture is the field behind the church on Sunday late afternoon, August 28th. This field was usually a hay…Continue
Rev. Nancy and a hearty crew of church members from Waitsfield and Warren are spending a week in Kennebunkport, ME assisting community members in service work. From house-painting to swing set building, the folks are sharing their hearts, hands, and spirit with those in need.Continue
Today I opened the Daily Devotional put out by our denomination. See the link on this page to read it. The devotional is a piece written by Rev. Lillian Daniels who is one of my favorite writers. In this article she talks about the fact that this week is the…Continue
How do we keep our faith fresh and alive in this post-modern world? Sometimes worship isn’t enough and we all know faith and religion is not a topic that gets much attention in our daily interactions with others. So…let’s change that….let’s get engaged in keeping our faith and our thinking…Continue
An elder Cherokee Native American was teaching his grandchildren about life. He said to them, “A fight is going on inside of me. It is a terrible fight, and it is between two wolves. One wolf represents fear, anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, pride…Continue
During this coming season of Lent we are offering an Adult Education study.
We will be using a 5 Session program developed by Marcus Borg with Tim Scorer called; Embracing An Adult Faith, Marcus Borg on What it means to be Christian. There is no book or reading required.
If you missed Annual Meeting or a recent worship service, then you will want to know that the Spirit is at work in new ways in our congregation. Good things are beginning to happen in a variety of ministries. Over the course of the last nine months we have had…Continue
We have just gotten a foot of fresh snow. The world is beautiful as mother nature’s gift lays heavy on the branches of the pine trees and sits piled high on the railing of the deck. In the constant stream of snow it is as if the world has come…Continue