Father Richard Rohr states, “We are clearly not in control, as this pandemic is now teaching the whole planet. For many of us, this may be the first time in our lives that we have felt so little control over our own destiny and the destiny of those we love.” However, Christ invites us to walk in faith. We can be gentle, kind, patient, and supportive of one another. This is faithfulness.Read
Listen to the September 27 Zoom sermon.
Mountain Sky Annual Conference 2020 – Opening Remarks
Navajo COVID relief project FIREWOOD
Friday, October 16
Saturday, October 17
8am start time
At Pastor Norman’s home near Montezuma Creek (see map below)
Goal: Cut and split a giant pile of logs into firewood for residents of the Navajo Nation.
Needed: PEOPLE! Chainsaws welcome but not required. We’ll also need carry-ers and stackers and help with food.
To sign up or for more info – Pastor Craig (970-533-7460) or Pastor Jean Schwien 801.755.8616 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DIRECTIONS TO PROJECT SITE
- This Too Shall Pass: Dark Nights September 27, 2020
- Who’s afraid of the Dark? September 19, 2020
- Love Who? September 12, 2020
- Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Conflict and the Third Way September 5, 2020
- Specks and Logs August 29, 2020