Yeah... It Is Your Job!

Watch the video: “No, I won’t do it. It’s not my job!” I was 12 years old, and I was indignant that I was asked to clean my younger brothers’ room. Generally, I was the obedient and helpful one. Generally, my middle brother (a year younger than me) was the free-spirited, independent one. He had been asked over and over again to clean his room, because we were expecting company. And he simply and cheerfully refused. Repeatedly. I had cleaned my room, the bathroom and tidied the living room and kitchen. When Dad said to me, in considerable exasperation, “Please just get it done. We don’t have time for this,” I was upset. How dare he expect me to do it, when I’d done pretty much ever

Christmas Concert

Watch the video: Incarnation Lutheran Church's Liturgical Choir and the Poway Symphonette present selections from Handel's Messiah and more holiday favorites at our 2019 Christmas Concert.

What Are You Looking For?

Watch the video: I get that question often around our house when I am looking for misplaced garden gloves or coffee mugs. In the Gospel reading for this Sunday, Jesus asks that question to two disciples of John the Baptist, who leave John to follow Jesus. It is a good question for us to consider to ensure that we do not get sidetracked by promises of fulfillment that prove to be empty. What are you seeking? What motivates you? Regular worship is a way to ensure that we are on the right path as we seek "The way, the truth and the life." Pastor John

To Whom You Belong Matters

Watch the video: When I was little we used to go visit grandma and grandpa on the farm. This was where my mom’s family originated. Her father’s side of the family were known as the “Fraser” clan. Her mom’s side of the family had the surname “Hodel.” As a small boy, I never knew or understood that these people were in any way different, or indeed, that some of them may not like the others. To me they were all “Uncle” or “Auntie.” As I got older, I began to pick up on the nuances of what it meant to be attached to one side of the family or the other. And so began my life of alter-egos… When I was visiting the local gas station, the owner of which I knew to be good friends with my

Everywhere, From The Very Beginning

Watch the video: As you travel the world, one is surprised by the diversity of human experience and practice. So many different things; life seen in so many different ways. On the other hand, when one has one’s eyes open traveling the world, one is surprised by the universality of certain elements of human experience: the importance of family, justice, love, respect, dignity, etc. From the point of view of religion, perhaps the single greatest element of similarity between the wide variety of human religious experience, is the universality of the Golden rule. “Do unto others as you would have them do to you.” In this element, there is great hope, for dialogue, understanding and accepta


Traditional Worship:               8:30 am Sunday

Christian Education for All Ages:       9:45 am

Contemporary Worship:     11:00 am Sunday

Informal Worship:                5:30 pm Saturday

Office Hours:           M-F    10:00 am - 2:00 pm

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