“I was hungry and you fed me, I was thirsty and you gave me a drink, I was homeless and you gave me a room, I was shivering and you gave me clothes, I was sick and you stopped to visit, I was in prison and you came to me.” On Sunday, Pastor Jason challenged us to see this Lenten season as an opportunity. During this season of self-reflection and repentance we are asking you to consider Jesus’ words in Matthew 25. We encounter people everyday that are hungry, thirsty, homeless, and......
The Hood Memorial Christian Church Choir will present a new cantata based on early American folk songs and hymns. Sacred Places explores the story of Christ’s ministry, passion and resurrection, emphasizing the locations where these great moments occurred: the Sea of Galilee the Wedding at Cana the Sermon on the Mount Jerusalem the Upper Room the Garden of Gethsemane Golgotha and the Garden of Resurrection. With poignant narrations and scripture, along with beautiful orchestrations, this is a memorable telling of the life of Christ. You are invited! All are welcome! Join us at......
I sat in chapel with stone floors and a high wooden ceiling surrounded by hundreds of other students. It was opening convocation on my first “official” day of college. I was nervous, naive, and brave enough to take on the world, all at the same time. And as I sat on the long wooden pew, we were directed to repeat after the college president: “Vi” “Vi”, “Vavi” “Vavi”, “Levavi” “Levavi”, “los” “los”, “culos” “culos” , “oculos” “oculos”, “Levavi oculos” “Levavi oculos”. After our Latin pronunciation lesson, the president carefully explained how we would learn......