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We conclude our stewardship series with a conversation between Jesus and the “sons of thunder.”
Theological statements are all around us, from the ways we treat each other to the things we proclaim as a part of our faith. And maybe even more…
We conclude our Stewardship dialogue exploring witness, though the idea of witnessing or sharing our faith is one that evokes a variety of perspectives.
Pacific Beach UMC has a long history of service such that we have become known in the community as the church that feeds the homeless. But is that all there is to service?
In light of the petition begun this week to eliminate Church feedings to the unsheltered community in Pacific Beach, we recognize that we have an opportunity to communicate the full ministry taking place here at PB UMC beyond the free meal.
Sermon preview: We often look at service in a particular way. We must remember that we are called to serve, and there may be more opportunity than we sometimes think.
October has become the traditional month at Pacific Beach UMC when we embark on our annual Stewardship campaign. It is a time where we recommit – or perhaps commit for the first time – ourselves to supporting the ministries of PB UMC and of the broader connected Church. We hear sermons intended to inspire thoughtful commitment and generosity, sometimes we hear from members of the congregation, we receive letters from the pastor, and we fill out a card indicating our…
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I confess that today is a difficult day. While this will be read in October, I write in late September on the 30th anniversary of my mother’s death. And so it’s a difficult day. And I am reminded of all those who have lost loved ones with an understanding that the time of grief does not lessen the hurt. Yes, it gives us tools we can use to manage our aching, but – for me – to claim that the…