Category: Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger

Donations feed kids over the weekend

Fran Philippe, The Backpack Program coordinator and one of our members, in the program pantry at Friends of Forgotten Children.

 

The Backpack Program at Friends of Forgotten Children recently received a $5,000 grant from the Globe Community Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to … read more.

“You blew our socks off”

Minister’s Musings – December 2020

Last month I asked whether our community plate could raise $40,000 on November 8th and your answer – in the form of donations and pledges – was a resounding “yes, we can.”   Over 80 individuals and families contributed about $44,600.  … read more.

“You Blew Our Socks Off” video

New this year are video recordings of the monthly Minister’s Musings that are found in our Parish Notes newsletter. In his December 2020 Minster’s Musings, Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger provides an answer to the $40,000 question he raised in November and shares a letter of gratitude … read more.

Returning, with gratitude

Thank you.  Seriously.  For allowing me to have generous time off this summer, to breathe, to replenish, to regain perspective, to listen to wise and entertaining voices on podcasts, audio recordings, and on film.  And to read and reflect, connect with family and friends, and … read more.

Church in a Time of Pandemic

Our mission has never felt as relevant as today: Connecting in love and service, growing spiritually, transforming ourselves and the world.
In record time, we’ve had to transform ourselves from a brick & mortar, relish-in-person-proximity, love-to-share-food-and-hold-hands kind of congregation into an online, phone-line, keep your … read more.

Telling Our Stories

It’s 10:21 pm. The parents have said their good-byes. Five more hours and we are headed to the airport. The youth are excited, roaming the church – and nowhere near ready for sleep. Time to finish these musings, musings about the importance of stories … read more.