Author: BP

Music Notes – June 2015

Music Notes: June has arrived, and summer vacation is here. The Charles Wesley Choir, The Sarah Allen Handbell Choir, and The Junior Handbell Choir are all taking a break from Wednesday rehearsals until September....

From the Pastor’s Desk – April 2015

Dear Friends,   Richard Armour, in his delightful ARMOUR’S ALMANAC (McGraw-Hill, 1962), reminds us that the name of the month of April is thought to come from the Latin apeire, “to open’; since this...

Music Happenings – April 2015

April is here, and the month begins with the observance of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and the celebration of Easter.  What a wonderful time in the church year and in Main Street United Methodist...

Worshipfully Speaking – April 2015

APRIL, WORSHIPFULLY SPEAKING Getting a Life and Lightening Up! Easter comes from an old Anglo-Saxon word, eastre, which means “Spring. It is akin to another olde worde —indeed, fulfills it! – lencten, meaning “lengthening...

From the Pastor’s Desk – March 2015

Dear Friends, At the start of every calendar year, every United Methodist Church is required—required! – to fill out Statistical Tables 1, 2, and 3—a compilation of the important numbers of our church’s previous...

Music Happenings – March 2015

Music Notes from Robin: Lent has arrived, and Main Street musicians are preparing some beautiful music for the season. The Junior Handbell Choir, The Sarah Allen Handbell Choir, and The Charles Wesley Choir all...

Worshipfully Speaking – March 2015

Quo vadis? – “Where are you going?” – is the importunate question for Lent. The baptismal waters are long dry upon our heads—replaced with an ashen smear reminding us once again—that, having left the...

Mission Events

MISSIONS PAGE It’s Not Too Late to Help! NICARAGUA MISSION TRIP – February 13-20, 2015 A $40 donation will provide the Nicaraguan people with: 1. A water purifying system 2. Cleaning supplies for the system 3. Food...

February 2015 Pastor’s Desk

FEBRUARY 2015 NEWSLETTER Dear Friends, “What are you reading?” is a prevailing question by C-SPAN TV staff to every worthy person they interview or report on. It’s instructional and very often inspirational to hear...