The truth of our Presbyterian faith comes honestly and decently—straight at us, not clothed in selfish agendas. What is your truth?
Why do you go to church? This is a question that I am sure all of us have been asked more times than we can remember. It’s a question that the “asker” queries us, expecting to receive back a short answer.
It is in our DNA to reform, rebuild, remodel, repurpose, reclaim, rehab, replenish and rebirth those things that we see through the lenses of faith. You might say that the church is in the “re and we” business.
We look optimistically toward the future but will also keep Northminster the special place that it is.
We want young families! That is the common cry among mainline churches of today. We want to grow the church, is the second most common refrain heard by pastors today from our members. Where are they, is next on the list of common questions as to how to move the [...]
Today we have blogs, tweets, video messages and sermons that float about in the ether of the internet and offer up, “truths as individuals sees them.” It is important that we understand that today’s technologies that present “truth” may, in fact be a distortion of reality. These distortions are predicated [...]
We are so happy to announce the arrival of Reverend Mark Braden as Northminster's Interim Pastor. Rev. Braden has specialized in transitional interim ministry and has a heart for pastoral care, preaching and working with small groups.
The pastor search committee has been working for several months now, reviewing resumes from many candidates and narrowing down the field to a select few that they believe will be a good fit as an interim pastor. This person will serve and guide our congregation while we continue with the long term search for a permanent called pastor.
I recently finished a book called The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. His message is simple and attainable for all of us, but it takes consistency. It is that we each have the ability to be our best, and getting there is a matter of simple choices we make each day.
Take a few minutes to reflect on your childhood, and think about what Christmas meant to you then, and what it means to you today.