Trafalgar Update – September 29, 2020

Some days I am haunted by Christ. As you may have heard me say, what sometimes keeps me up at night is NOT concern for my salvation.  I no longer worry whether or not I am ultimately accepted by God.  I love the Lord, and I trust Jesus: that is how I know I am accepted by God.   But what …

Two Services

Mt. Auburn Family, Did you hear the big news? The Stones Crossing Campus will be going to two services starting November 1, All Saints Sunday, which is a fantastic time to gather as the people of God. The new times will be: 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. – Traditional 9:45 – 10:45 a.m. – Children’s Worship Arts and all youth Sunday School 11:00 a.m. …

Trafalgar Update – 9/27/2020

Worship looked very different 2000 years ago.  I’m certainly not saying better, just different.  When I think of all the things we try to cram into an hour on Sunday morning to connect people to the heart of God, I sometimes wonder if it’s unintentionally misdirected?     When we gather for worship, what we know about God is supposed to drive us to communal …

Trafalgar Update – September 15, 2020

Kids can be cruel.  As a life-long stutterer I have struggled through feelings of rejection and ridicule for as long as I can remember.  Even now there are days I battle against wanting to avoid others and often dread opening my mouth for fear of sounding less than articulate.  Although I had many friends as a child, I still remember …

Adopt a School

Gleaners Food Bank is unable to support their Backpack Program in Johnson County. This means that children in need who had been given food to take home each Friday to keep them from being hungry over the weekend will not have that need met.  From the Annual Conference, Emily Krach, who is the chairperson for Children Matter Most, shared one of the goals being churches should …