Here's to a blustery weekend. Stay warm and safe out there!
There will be no office hours Thursday, Nov. 24, for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Jack will be in the office on Tuesday morning at his usual time.
I hope you're staying warm during this cold and snowy week!
A word From Rev. Fred Amborn:
Bishop, Karen Oliveto has appointed me as your interim pastor effective Nov 1 through Dec 31. I will not be changing into anything, but rather assisting you in the rimes and rhythms the parish life. I have been asked to help with the prep and carrying out of the Annual Church Charge Conference. The flow of Sunday worship will remain the same. We will have a Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Service. Also, I am available, as I have been, for pastoral care. You can reach me at (406) 223-3771.
I hope you are staying warm on this snowy and chilly day. Be sure to check out the news below as we have some exciting transitions taking place through the holiday season and beyond!
A Message from Reverend Fred
"It is good to give thanks to the LORD, to sing praises to your name, O Most High; to declare your steadfast love in the morning, and your faithfulness by night."
This is the time of year when we are invited into a spirit of thanksgiving. Where we experienced grace? Where have we experienced love? Where have we experienced joy?
Where have we experienced forgiveness? Where have we experienced kindness? Where have we experienced a helping hand?
Some seasons it is easy to reflect on thanksgiving because of the abundance we have experienced. Our songs of thanksgiving echo through the valleys.
Some seasons it may be more difficult in that we experience major trauma, loss, or loss. Still we can discover things for which to be thankful, but the thanksgiving song may be more hushed and muted.
However you are experiencing life in this season, be open and aware of the things in your life for which you can give thanks. ~ Shalom, Rev. Fred
Park County United Methodist Ministries
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