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It’s That Time of Year

by Faith UCC

September’s here, the new football season’s upon us, and people near and far are buying game tickets, planning tailgate and watch parties, and holding their fantasy football league drafts. I’m one who falls into the latter category of football season preppers.  Starting out decades ago in a league in Madison, I now play fantasy football […]

September 2018

by Faith UCC

Rally Day is just a heartbeat away!  Celebrate the start of the KFC and program year, Sunday,  September 9.  It’s going to be a great day kicking off a great year! KFC Kids:  Let’s learn great things about our amazing God!  We’ll “Wild & Wacky” it at 8:45 am Rally Day as we find out […]

Kids For Christ (KFC) Year Begins with a Rousing Rally Day

by Faith UCC

September 9, 2018 marks the beginning of the new KFC year! It promises to be an exciting year filled with all sorts of great learning about our great God! Make sure you’re ready for a memorable Rally Day. We have some sweet surprises in store for you. We kick things off at 8:45 am. Here’s […]

Optimism vs Hope

by Faith UCC

A diagnosis of cancer can knock anyone for a loop. As I’ve sat at hospital bedsides or in homes with parishioners who’ve received that news, or as I’ve talked with family members who received that diagnosis, sometimes there’s shock and sorrow that’s difficult to articulate. When my sister-in-law received her colon and liver cancer diagnosis, […]

Love over Anger

by Faith UCC

One of my favorite hymns is, “God of Grace and God of Glory.” The melody is strong and confident. The lyrics petition God’s presence and intervention “for the living of these days” and “the facing of this hour,” so we won’t miss God’s Kingdom goal and we will not fail brothers, sisters or God. I’ve […]

June 2018

by Faith UCC

Don’t know if you heard, but there was a little wedding held a few weeks ago, across the pond.  A young couple, Harry and Meghan got married in a little chapel in a castle, constructed between 1070 and 1086 in Windsor, England.  Six hundred guests worshipped and witnessed their exchange of vows in the chapel […]

May 2018

by Faith UCC

Back in World War II, a young man named, Jürgen Moltmann was drafted to serve in Hitler’s army. He was assigned to an anti-aircraft unit.  While on assignment, he saw many things people should never have to see—like fellow soldiers being burned to death in fire bombings.   When Germany surrendered, he was taken to […]

Psalm 23, Daniel, Missions and a Big Celebration!

by Faith UCC

It doesn’t seem like Psalm 23, Daniel, Mission and a party have much in common, but they do! The KFC kids will be learning lots these last two months of the year. The Shepherds’ Psalm, Psalm 23 has been the focus of the group throughout most of March. They’ve learned all about the ways God […]

April 2018

by Faith UCC

“Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the tomb.” John 20:1 Early on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene, along with Mary the mother of James and Salome, found an  empty tomb. […]