August 2019: Hello Church

Bonnie WohllebenPastor's Blog

Hi Church! Kelly and I have received such a warm welcome from each of you.  From the goodies waiting for us at the house on moving day, to the name tag effort so we can get to know your name, to the wonderful reception following our first Sunday, every detail has been attended to with such grace and care!  We … Read More

July 2019: Food is Sacred

Bonnie WohllebenPastor's Blog

Rev. Ricky Harrison

There’s something intrinsically sacred about food, especially when shared with other people. After the Israelites are freed from slavery in Egypt, they complain to Moses about empty stomachs and parched throats, so God provides water, manna bread, and quail (what a feast!). Elijah, wandering through the same wilderness, meets a widow with a child literally starving to death. The widow … Read More

July 2019: Hello Church

Bonnie WohllebenPastor's Blog

Hello Church, I was excited to learn of my appointment as your Senior Pastor beginning in July 2019.  Ministry is a second career for me; one that I believe for which God has prepared me throughout my life.   Though I recognized a call to ministry at a young age, I chose to raise a family before pursuing full-time ordained ministry.   … Read More

July 2019: Food is Sacred

Bonnie WohllebenPastor's Blog

Rev. Ricky Harrison

There’s something intrinsically sacred about food, especially when shared with other people. After the Israelites are freed from slavery in Egypt, they complain to Moses about empty stomachs and parched throats, so God provides water, manna bread, and quail (what a feast!). Elijah, wandering through the same wilderness, meets a widow with a child literally starving to death. The widow … Read More

June 2019: Passing the Baton

Bonnie WohllebenPastor's Blog

Rev. Dr. Brian Bosworth

As a boy growing up in a family with a career Air Force officer/parent, the cycle of moving to a new base was not only what was expected, but a regular reality for us. For me as a young person it just seemed like a normal rhythm of life. The news of a transfer meant goodbyes of course, but also … Read More