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Pastor Dottie's Message
Tuesday, February 12 2019

  Pastor’s Message – February 2019

Wow January is finally over!  It was a long Month that seems like it lasted a whole year.

      The weather just didn't cooperate for church.  During the week things wouldn't be too bad, but invariably Saturday afternoon and evening the weather would turn nasty, and it wasn't safe to have church on Sunday.   This led to 2 Sundays in a row we had to cancel church.

I hope you missed being able to come to church and gather with friends and be uplifted by song and scripture.

     February has arrived!   We had a wonderful worship service with no weather worries, in fact it was 55 degrees on February 3.  Now if only we can trust that pesky groundhog, he said we're going to have an early Spring.  I'm hoping that he is right because I'm ready to hear the birds singing and see the sun shining and for the snow, ice and cold to disappear.

But even when we had a snowy, cold January; there is one thing that we can know that as our scripture

said on Sunday,  “Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God.”

“Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.” 

                                                                                                                                                                                       Luke 12:6,7  

God cares about you and me so don't let this weather or anything you are facing get you down.  God cares for you. Take a moment between now and Sunday and pick  up your Bible and look up all the scriptures that talk about how much God cares for you and loves you.

Hope to see you at church in the month of February where we will worship, pray, sing and grow in our faith together.


Pastor Dottie                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 




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