Greetings from Pastor Ben
For most people, October 31 is a day when church is the farthest thing from their minds. Kids dress up as pirates, ghosts, princesses, fairies, zombies and vampires and go out at night to get candy from the neighbors—Halloween. If asked, however, most people would have a tough time explaining what it’s all about. All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve dates back to the early Christian church. Pope Gregory IV named November 1 as All Saints’ Day in 835AD. Today, All Saints’ Day is a time when we remember and honor those who are traditionally named “saints” as well as our own departed saints, our faithful friends and family who have died. Read more …
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