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Encouragement for Life’s Challenges

by Pastor Sheila Pippin. In the classic movie “It’s a Wonderful Life,” George Bailey becomes overwhelmed by the circumstances of his life and is “rescued” by a guardian angel named Clarence. One of George’s lines is a last-resort prayer that begins, “Lord, I’m not...

Embracing More Than Happiness

During the fall of 2023, 12 expectant mothers participated in Schweitzer’s first Embrace Grace group. The journey with this group of single, pregnant ladies was truly beautiful. Carolyn Larsen, a volunteer leader with Embrace Grace shared, “Through a message of love, we helped the women see that they could have their babies and their dreams too!” Fast forward nearly five months since the first special day...

Top Concerns for Kids & Students

In a recent conversation with Schweitzer staff about the next generation, Schweitzer Kids Directors, Stiffany Taylor and Taylor Zen, and Student Director Levi Zen shared...

Wednesday Nights for Kids & Students

If you spend time at Schweitzer on a Wednesday night, throughout the building you’ll hear music, games, laughter, and many conversations – especially in our...

Moms of Minis

Moms of Minis happens once a month on Saturday. This is an incredible place to connect as a young mom. Here you’ll find encouragement from...

Top Concerns for Kids & Students

In a recent conversation with Schweitzer staff about the next generation, Schweitzer Kids Directors, Stiffany Taylor and Taylor Zen, and Student Director Levi Zen shared...

Student Confirmation Class 2024

Sunday, April 14, we will celebrate churchwide as 12 students participate in the 2024 Confirmation Service. This will be a time of recognition for students...

Wednesday Nights for Kids & Students

If you spend time at Schweitzer on a Wednesday night, throughout the building you’ll hear music, games, laughter, and many conversations – especially in our...

Encouragement for Life’s Challenges

by Pastor Sheila Pippin. In the classic movie “It’s a Wonderful Life,” George Bailey becomes overwhelmed by the circumstances of his life and is “rescued” by a guardian angel named Clarence. One of George’s lines is a last-resort prayer that begins, “Lord, I’m not a praying man, but…” The Congregational Care Ministry at Schweitzer Church is fully aware our lives are made up of challenges...