April 4, 2021
Today’s scriptures tell us how three days changed the world. How have they changed you?
April 1, 2021
If you are joining us April 1, it is the beginning of three days of prayer called the Sacred Triduum. We celebrate the most momentous events in salvation history. As one Church, we rejoice in Christ’s resurrection with uplifted and responsive minds.
March 30, 2021
By Liberty-Area Ministerial Alliance
Believing that Christ’s sacrifice on the cross joins us with God and with all humanity, we join together with the Liberty Christian community in an online worship service led by local ministers.
March 28, 2021
In today's readings -- and all this week -- Jesus challenges us to follow his example and assume the mantle, not of a king, but of a simple servant. Can we follow his example to the margins of our society?
March 21, 2021
I have experienced a longing for God in my heart this Lent. More eager than I have been in previous Lents. I find myself more eager to get out of bed in the morning and spend some time with God before the other activities in my life begin.
March 14, 2021
Ask yourself, “What person, things, or activities keep me from spending time in prayer or with my family?” It can be so simple to answer that question, but so difficult to actually change!
March 7, 2021
Lent isn’t about what you give up; it’s about who you are becoming. This week’s question: So far this Lent, are you happy with whom you are becoming? If not, what can you do this week to change that?
March 4, 2021
Lent encourages each of us to retreat, and reflect in silence. Silence allows the community to reflect on what it has heard and experienced, and to open its heart to the mystery celebrated. May we use well the silence provided during this service.
February 28, 2021
The season of Lent invites us to have a more personal, deeper encounter with God. This week’s question: What can you do this week to step aside from your ordinary routines so that you can have some personal time with God and be energized by God’s love?
February 21, 2021
By Fr. Ron Will
We need Lent. We need opportunities to renew our baptismal covenant. We need reminders of our commitments. This week’s question: What symbol of God’s love for you will you keep in front of you this week?