Posts from 2020
In late November as I walked along Hearthwood Boulevard a little tree caught my eye. I saw a bit of green so I stopped to look more carefully. Just days earlier I had been admiring the reds and golds of leaves changing color, though by the time I saw this tree many had begun to lose their leaves. Sure enough, however, this tree, was sending out small green leaves. I took this photo that shows the green leaves in the…
Our world places us at a busy and complicated intersection. We face the challenge of learning how to become just, fair, equal, effective to all of those coming into our lives or just passing through. Acheiveing intersectionality, considering all intersections of a person, gives us richness and great promise.
Pastor Sue reflects on the litany, God is good.
Students receive their Bibles in a COVID-era nontraditional ceremony.
Mill Plain UMC remains strong, despite being apart during the pandemic
Find ways to get together while the building remains closed.
Learn more about the campaign to support livestreaming services.
Preparing for Death Valley
Pastor Sue details plans for celebrating Lent.