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As we prepare for Memorial Day, we might well ask --- “Am I worth their sacrifice? Am I grateful to them? What might I be willing to give to bring peace and freedom to the world?” Remember those who gave their lives for our country. But also pray for those who continue serving to keep America free, especially those who are in harm’s way.

We remember, O Lord, all those men and women who have made the supreme sacrifice for our country. Do not let us breathe the air of freedom or claim the right to justice or enjoy the privilege of worship without remembering with great gratitude those who gave the last full measure of devotion - their very lives - for our benefit. May they now know the peace of eternity and the joy of our presence. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

 

                 Sunday, June 2ND the graduates of our church family will be honored                                          during worship and with a reception following the service.

              This year both are college graduates --      Jenna Kimmerle and Matthew Muracco

 

“The [one] who graduates today and stops learning tomorrow is uneducated the day after.”
—Newton Baker

Time-management tips

A general rule for the good use of time is to accustom oneself to live in a continual dependence on the Spirit of God, receiving from moment to moment whatever it pleases him to give us, referring to him at once in the doubts which we necessarily run into, turning to him in the weakness into which goodness slips from exhaustion, calling on him and lifting oneself to him, when the heart, swept away by material things, sees itself led imperceptibly off the path and finds itself forgetting and drifting away from God. Happy the soul which … never stops saying to itself a hundred times a day, “Lord, what wouldst thou that I should do? Teach me to perform thy holy will, for thou art my God.”                                                                                                             —François Fénelon