James Hollis is a Jungian analyst and an author who approaches life from a secular point of view. Nevertheless, many of his insights have practical application to the existence of any person, regardless of one’s outlook. I have been reading his book Living an Examined...

New Sermon Series

“Reading Others’ Letters” If you are rummaging through an attic and come across a bunch of old letters, you may not know the exact circumstances that caused them to be written; you may not have much knowledge about the writer or the recipient; but as you read them you...
Update from Ad Hoc Property Proposal Committee

Update from Ad Hoc Property Proposal Committee

Update from the Ad Hoc Property Proposal Committee  A lot of behind-the-scenes activity has been taking place since the last update.  After two extensions to the Investigation Period, it is now complete as of June 7.  Parkway has received Lennar’s “Notice to Proceed”...

Pastor’s Friday Comments (06.07.19)

This week our men’s breakfast group read again the story of the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian bondage as told by Sean Gladding in The Story of God, the Story of Us. In a creative way that is nonetheless faithful to the text, Gladding reminds us of the events...

Pastor’s Friday Comments (05.31.19)

Since Easter, one of the suggested readings for worship in the Revised Common Lectionary has been from the Apocalypse of John, the book of the Bible that we refer to as the Book of Revelation. In our worship service we have read those texts as the alternate reading...