World Communion Sunday — October 4, 2015
On World Communion Sunday on October 4, we'll sing 2 songs from the Latin American church. “Cantad al Senor” is a Brazilian folk song. Most of us aren't able to sing it in Spanish, so most of us will sing it in English. But those who are able to sing it in Spanish are welcome to do so. We're more about unity than conformity. We hope we'll have a couple of people helping out with rhythm instruments.
From the Pastor
Where are you in your spiritual journey? Longing for a sense of peace in your life - peace within yourself, with life, with God? Seeking a way to serve and make a difference in the world? Searching for meaning and purpose and direction in your life? People come to Littlefield Church for a variety of reasons, including the meaningful, lasting friendships and extended family they've found here.
At Littlefield, we know that God makes a difference in our lives, and we believe God is calling us to make a difference in the lives of others. Our central challenge is the one that has always faced Christians: to discern what God is calling us to do and to reflect and model God's love, justice and peace in our lives.
In some ways, this is a difficult time to be the church, but it can be an exciting time - a real adventure in faith, as we seek to be instruments of God's healing and reconciliation in a broken world and learn to transcend the barriers that separate God's people - to be God's beloved community at Littlefield.
If this sounds like it may be what you're looking for, the people of Littlefield Presbyterian Church invite you to come join us. Worship with us, take part in some of our activities, and make some new friends.
May God Bless you in your faith journey!
Fran Hayes, Pastor