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The Bible is a Scrapbook

Thoughts from Rev. Dr. Tassie Green, Interim Senior Pastor. Do any of you create actual scrapbooks or photo albums of your year? Or do you have all your precious memories stored in your phone? For Christmas, I created an album for my folks with 52 pages of our greater-family's, summer reunion at the lake. It

The Work of Christmas Begins

Thoughts from Rev. Dr. Tassie Green, FPCE interim senior pastor. Many, many thanks to staff, leaders, choir & bell choir, musicians, ushers, the building crew, deacons, councils, and the wide variety of volunteers who created such a beautiful and meaningful Advent and Christmas season here at First Pres. Epiphany ends the season with an exclamation point

What is the Bible to You?

Thoughts from Rev. Dr. Tassie Green, FPCE interim senior pastor. "The commands of the Lord are radiant, giving light to the eyes." Psalm 19:8 What is the Bible to you? Some folks have shared with me that The Bible is... ... a comfort, ... medicine, ... a struggle, ... a feast, ... the truth, ... a weapon, ... boring,

Advent: Spend Less

This week's feature articleis written byRev. Dr. Tassie GreenFPCE interim senior pastor. Advent Conspiracy: Worship Fully. Spend Less. Give More. Love all. AC Week 2: Spend less? Are you kidding? Maybe like me, you are a gift giver. It’s our love language. Asking us to change how we express our

Conspire with Us This Advent

This week's feature article is written by Rev. Dr. Tassie Green Interim Senior Pastor Conspire with us this Advent. First Pres is joining a movement of churches to refocus on Jesus--Advent Conspiracy. What is Advent Conspiracy (AC)? Over the last decade, thousands of churches (including 2 I pastored) have celebrated

Road Signs & Wonders

This week's eNewsletter Feature was written by Rev. Dr. Tassie Green, FPCE interim senior pastor. Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, I have been talking with the staff and praying over which texts to preach in worship this fall, beginning this week. I am choosing the Lectionary texts from the Old Testament book of

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