Rev. Laurie Williams

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March 2019

“A Brief History of Time: 1. Creation – God Created Them”/Gen. 1: 1-4, 9-10, 24-28 Galatians 3: 23-28/Rev. Rodger Allen/3-17-19

By |March 19th, 2019|Sermons|

As many of you know, Laurie and I are among those people whom certain cats will allow to live with them.  There are two cats at the church manse now who allow us to live with them. When we got married, one cat at my apartment was allowing me to live with him, and two [...]

Bible Study Fellowship for Women and Men

By |March 18th, 2019|Announcements|

Our Koinonia Kafe hosts a Women’s Bible Study Fellowship every Thursday morning at 11 a.m., and the women of this church are invited to attend. The same organization also holds a Men’s Bible Study Fellowship group to which we are invited: at New Beginnings Church, 526 Clay St. (across from the cemetery), Thursday evenings at [...]

“Table Manners”/ I Corinthians 11: 17, 20-28, 33 Luke 22:14-20/Rev. Rodger Allen/3-10-19

By |March 12th, 2019|Sermons|

So Paul was not very happy with the Corinthians, at this point in his letter. Apparently they were doing some things right as a church, but there were some things like this in which  they were falling short. To understand just what it was they were doing wrong, I’m going to ask you to use [...]


By |March 7th, 2019|Announcements, Bible Study|

Our lively Monday evening discussion group will meet every Monday in March, from 5:15 to 6:30 in the Koinonia Kafe. On most Mondays, there is the option of going out to dinner with the group following the study. Monday, March 11 we begin as our Lent study Max Lucado’s video/print study “He Chose the nails: [...]

“Come on Down”/Luke 9: 28-37; Exodus 32: 1-6, 19-21/ Rev. Rodger Allen/3-3-19

By |March 5th, 2019|Sermons|

Like most working people, ministers like to whine now and then about how hard their job can be. An article in “Christian Century” magazine, for example, by Rev. William Willimon, started out by reporting his doctor’s expression of sympathy for him: “I don’t know how you preachers do it,” the doctor said – “the politics, [...]