Remembering Mary Magdalene

Artist: He Qi We don’t often change the liturgy to remember saints at SOTH.  The convergence of Mary Magdalene’s feast day with this Sunday (July 22) is an opportunity to remember a woman who lived courageously and faithfully.  She was, as you may remember, the first witness of the resurrected …

Sigh…Sorry for not being more up to date.

It’s been a spring.  I always think that the current season is the hardest one ever…and I’m usually prove wrong. My time management has taken a hit with emergencies, freak storms, & ministry challenging my ‘schedule.’ This week’s theme is “The Kingdom of God is like…” and this email is …

Trinity Sunday – What difference does three make?

Beloved – As spring slowly gives way to summer, we are blessed with some special Sundays that ask us to pause and marvel at the majesty of God.  Last weekm we celebrated the Holy Spirit on Pentecost.  This week, we commemorate the Holy Trinity – a mysterious and powerful expression …

Red Alert – It’s a Red Sunday

There are two Sundays in the church year where we see the red vestments.  These are days when the church and the Holy Spirit are celebrated. This Sunday is one of those days…a red alert.  And in a good way – because we celebrate the Holy Spirit rushing in and …

Grace & peace to you all. Last week – the email got lost in a black hole.  I’m sorry. Thanks for understanding. And here’s the link to this week’s email. Updated worship servant scheduled are on the worship servant page… As always – you are welcomed, invited, loved, and precious. …

Worship, Meet, & Eat – May 6, 2018

Alleluia! Christ is risen! I never get tired of proclaiming that statement.  It means everything – especially as reflect on the gifts God has given to me throughout my life.  I wonder if I should continue to proclaim it – even after the season of Easter is over… I do …

Resurrection Living

What does it mean to live resurrection lives? We’re focusing on that for the next few weeks…so stay tuned. In the meantime – here’s this week’s email See you in church or online… Peace, Pastor Tina