Well, well, well…. President Trump has stated at the National Prayer Breakfast that he will repeal the Johnson Amendment, allowing faith representatives to speak freely without jeopardizing tax exempt status. Hummmmm…… On another note, U.C. Berkleyread more
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Named for the patron saint of travelers, St. Christopher’s is a family size church in the process of making a journey towards growth and new vision. We are innovative and progressive, blending the old with the new. Ours is a diverse community of warm and friendly Christian people who welcome all.
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10:00: Sunday, Rite II Holy Eucharist (with Childcare)
10:00: Children’s Christian Education
Every Tuesday, at 12:00 Noon, a Healing Service with Eucharist is held in the Church. This is open to all who desire healing for themselves or for another. This casual service lasts approximately 40 minutes.
Matthew 5: 1-12 Blessed are… In the name of God: Creator, Redeemer and Sacred Wisdom. Amen So often, I sign off a correspondence with the word “blessings” truly meaning that I desire the recipient to be blessed with every quality that word embraceread more
Sitting with the Gospel of Matthew for this Sunday, dealing with the issue of being “blessed”, I have done a great deal of pondering. Actually, my mind has been churning. “Blessed are those…..” What does it mean to be blessed? If youread more
Matthew 4:12-23 Come follow me, and I will make you fish for people. Interestingly, I have started this homily and deleted it four times since Monday. What a roller coaster ride of thoughts and feelings this week. So hopefully, what I am writing right nread more
When I was a kid back in the dark ages, I was raised to respect those in authority. Elders, the police, teachers, pastors, you name it. If they had a title that commanded respect, hands down, I did without question. Then I grew up and my idealistic, roseread more