Have you ever thought of the idea that when you honor and learn about your family of origin and your ancestors you will live into greater health?
Standing on the bluffs in the early morning sun, I had little idea of the ways in which my forebears have known and loved that land.
Well, I hear a promise of home. I hear a promise that God is walking with us all the way. And at the end of that way, no matter how long and circuitous, how difficult and weary-making, no matter how painful and even deadly, at the end we will dwell in God’s house
If you are brand new, or fairly new to ORUCC, you are invited to a Welcome Brunch at the church on Sunday, April 17th, 8:45-9:50 a.m. Come hungry and anticipate meeting others who are new to the church. Children can eat with us, then go to their Sunday School classes at 9 am. RSVP to […]
Even the desire to pray is the grace to pray.