“This man was born blind so that God’s mighty deeds could be revealed in him.” –John 9 I suppose, Lord, that it’s still possible That you would do A mighty deed in me. But, to tell the truth, It hurts too much to hope for one. So I’m not hoping. In fact, most days,… Read more
Join in the fun by taking a tour of the Community Garden, plant some beans, and play in the dirt. Bring your children and grandchildren Thursday, June 22, at 8:30 – 10 a.m. and have a little fun in the dirt!
ESPECIALLY IF One is near God’s heart in a garden, Especially if The garden is a bit chaotic, Random, Splashed with color, Part gone-to-seed yet Volunteers sprouting all about, A place where birds bathe And children laugh And bees buzz, A place that will surprise you and delight you And invite you to join… Read more
Day by day the weirdness of humanity Confronts me and astounds me And complicates my life But this morning, at 9:36, I experienced the delight of our multiplicity- The short and the tall The shabby and the eloquent The somber and the gleeful The queer and the not-what-you-think The confused and we who think ourselves… Read more
Sunday, June 11, we will have a potluck luncheon in the honor of Mary and Preston Prather. They will be leaving us to move closer to their son and his family. They will be truly missed. Please join us this Sunday, June 11, for worship at 10:30 a.m. followed by lunch. Everyone is invited.
Sun so bright this morn It makes me squint, A tiny little bit of it Goes a way very long- 93 million miles, To be exact. And here, Where it penetrates the forest And lights upon a small leaf It sets to work, making berries. And you? When it penetrates your soul- When the… Read more
LO! These woods are full Of poison ivy, And ticks Crawl all over me And the trail is longer than I thought And My map is inadequate- Lo! Daisies, Queen Ann’s Lace And Black-Eyed Susans Waiting beside the trail To cheer me on. George R Pasley May 29, 2017 Shawnee… Read more
If You Would Ponder If you would ponder The patience of the grouse, Sitting on her nest- The dance of the honeybee, Returned to her hive- The wanderings of the fox With kits in her den- The labor of the oak, A thousand acorns in her arms- Or the vision of the eagle, High in… Read more
Trinity Presbyterian church invites you to join us in saying THANK YOU to our educators for a year well done this Saturday, May 20, from 6 – 8 p.m. There will be a live bluegrass band, refreshments, and party favorites. Everyone is welcome!
One Day One day- A very fine day, Otherwise- I found myself In a strange place Filled with people I did not know, Each one carrying on As if it were a perfectly normal day And perfectly normal That I should be sitting here Bewildered And maybe even a tad bit dizzy (And a… Read more