Dear Church Community,
Have you seen the beautiful Lenten Roses (hellebore) in our church gardens? For some reason, I’d never heard the common name for this wonderful winter/spring flower until recently. In fact, I hadn’t paid them much attention at all. Now I’m a fan!
Like humans, hellebore isn’t without complications. First, it’s not a rose at all; it comes from the buttercup family. Second, its flower “petals” are actually sepals. And its Greek name, helleborus, means “injure
From Rev. Ellen Jennings
As we move forward this season, I remind you that our Lenten theme is Seeking: Honest Questions for Deeper Faith. Our worship services are exploring a series of questions that began with Who will you listen to? followed by How do we begin again? and continue with Will you give me a drink?
I hope you’ll join me for worship, but either way I encourage you to consider these and the following questions in the weeks before Easter: