Mother and Alfred were sitting at the Sheraton table in the solarium on a bright sunny November morning. All the roses they had picked before the frost warning had long since wilted and had been moved to the compost bin; nevertheless, they still beheld the myriad of fragrant roses still blooming outside the solarium windows. Continue reading
Now the LORD said to Abram, “Go from your country and your kindred and your father’s house to the land
that I will show you. Gen. 12.1
It is a great privilege to speak to you this morning, all the more so at this final convention of our friend
and bishop, Jim Stanton. It was good to celebrate his ministry last night. We owe him a great debt of gratitude
for his faithful service over the last two decades here, and wish him and Diane every blessing as they look
forward to their retirement.
Our Wednesday evening Bible study group is reading and studying The Screwtape Letters. The class begins after a light meal around 7:45pm and is over with by 8:30. Continue reading
A new adult Sunday class is studying the classic, A Harmony of the Gospels, by A.T. Robertson. Continue reading
We will celebrate Thanksgiving with our parish family on Sunday, November 18, following the 10:30 am service. Turkey and gravy will be provided and everyone is asked to bring side dishes. Join us!
Trinity and Wilkinson Middle School in Mesquite are providing food for students currently on the free breakfast and lunch program who may have little or nothing to eat on the weekends. Continue reading
A new Sunday morning Bible Study began at 9:15 last Sunday, February 26. As the title suggests, our outstanding staff of teachers will provide practical tips on how to share Christianity with others. This class will continue through March 25.