We all have brains. Our brains have evolved with predictable default settings. Our experience and ways of thinking shape and reshape our brains. Mindfulness is a way for us to get our brains to run in healthier ways. Last year for his continuing education the pastor learned the practice of mindfulness. He has been sharing what he learned with people at the jail. In response to several requests, he has scheduled a short course for Monday evenings starting April 16 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the church. There is no charge. Everyone is welcome. Invite a friend. If you miss a session, that’s OK. If you have questions, please ask.
We are excited to present a program of Folk music and gospel reflections on Sunday, February 25 at 3:00 pm. The presenter is Karl Heimbuck. He grew up in Gernsey, WY. He went to UW and was instrumental in developing the student ministry of the Laramie church. Now he is that pastor at First Presbyterian in Mountain View. He is also a talented musician. He put this program together because he enjoys playing Folk music and it is a great opportunity to reflect on the gospel message that many songs carry.
Admission is free. A free will offering will be received.