According to the church’s calendar, May 31 is
Pentecost Sunday. Pentecost is the Greek name for the
Jewish Festival Shavuot — the Feast of Weeks. It
commemorates the giving of the Torah to Moses at Mt.
Sinai. Shavuot is one of the three...
By the time you read this Pastor’s Corner, worship
services at the Kirk will have been canceled for three
weeks due to the coronavirus. Writing this on March
15, it is still uncertain how things will unfold.
We share these days of Lent with Christians all over the world, in these 40 days of reflection and repentance. The intent of Lent is to remind us of our mortality in order that we might pay greater
attention to life while it remains; to live...
Ash Wednesday (Feb. 26 this year) marks the
beginning of the Lenten Season. We will join Christians
from all over the world as we mark ashes on our
foreheads and remember the words from Genesis 3:19:
“Remember you are dust, and to dust you...