People spend a lot of time, money and effort to get a title after their name. Masters, doctorates and other post-graduate programs are in high demand. The appeal is understandable. Titles such as Doctor, Professor and a host of others provide opportunities to better ourselves and our circumstances. They also demonstrate to others that the person has some extra knowledge and training that can benefit them or their child. There was one who had the highest of all titles already at his birth. The Bible describes it this way: “The holy one to be born will be called the Son …continue reading
The churches of Grass Lake will again be sharing with the community on Palm Sunday as voices unite in song. Anyone who can sing is invited to join us as we perform “The Power of The Cross.” Rehearsals will be on Wednesday evenings at 7 PM, at the Federated Church, beginning March 12th. If that doesn’t work for you, we are having extra rehearsals on Sunday evenings at 6 PM, at the United Methodist Church, beginning March 23rd. The Power Of The Cross will be shared with the community on Palm Sunday, April 13th, at 3 PM. We look forward …continue reading
The United Methodist Church in Waterloo has announced the upcoming dates for the holidays. November 10- Thanksgiving Dinner Noon to 2:00 pm December 8-Christmas Breakfast 8 am to 10 am. Following breakfast will be the Family Christmas Program starting at 10 am. Enjoy a hearty breakfast and join us for our family Christmas program celebrating “Memories of Christmas.”
By Pastor Den Slattery Den98@juno.com This Sunday we will be celebrating Veterans Day on November 10 at the Grass Lake United Methodist Church at 10:00 am. Our country has been celebrating Veterans Day since the end of WWI. Back then it was called Armistice Day. The name was changed to Veterans Day by an act of Congress in 1954. On Veterans Day we remember the sacrifices and service of all our men and women who have ever served in the military. Some people seem to think that Veterans Day and Memorial Day are the same thing, but they aren’t. On …continue reading
It’s August. How did that happen? Driving home from church with my wife on Sunday morning, I made the observation that it was August 4, and then I said, “When did that happen?” Has the summer flown by for you too? I know I did a lot of stuff in July, but somehow it doesn’t even seem like the 4th has passed yet! But it has. It most certainly has. The Gospel reading at many churches this past Sunday was Luke 12:13-21, the parable of the rich fool. He had a fortunate harvest, and decided to horde it all for …continue reading
It’s 11:03 on Monday as I begin typing this message. I like to have them done by 9:00 Monday morning, so as you can tell, I’m running a bit behind today. I imagine you’ve had days that have begun similarly to mine. Maybe you’ve gotten to the office and had some voicemails that have been sitting on the machine for a couple days, and you need to respond to them. Perhaps you’ve had appointments fill up your calendar and you get lost in the busyness of the tasks at hand, your normal activities take a backseat to the pressing. This …continue reading
Bring the kids to marvel at the puppet shows in downtown Grass Lake Saturdays in August. Grass Lake Lutheran Church, 121 E. Michigan Avenue, will present “Noah and the Ark,” “David and Goliath,” “Daniel and the Lion’s Den” and “Zacchaeus.” Shows are 10 minutes long, and performances are at 1 pm; 1:30pm and 2 pm. Mark your calendar for August 4, 11, 18 and 25. FREE admission, free water and popcorn! Call 517-764-9791 with any questions.