Sunday, March 27, 2011

Virtual Church

Welcome to Westchester Chapel. We couldn't meet in our new home today, but we're glad you stopped by for fellowship and spiritual growth anyway.

At you can find links to downloads of music created by our own musicians (that page will great you) as well as songs we sing that our musicians didn't write (click the Our Music link).  Worship the Lord, and check out the offerings below on this page, or if you want to go further back, visit for sermons, creative worship, pastoral prayers and (for those of you who have already made plans for the day) mini-messages. They go all the way back to 2008.

Then fellowship!  Come back to this page and post a comment, a praise, a prayer request and/or a prayer.  Maybe you'll want to post a reflection on your reading from Psalm 91 since we couldn't meet for Thirst, or share something that struck you in a new way from The Gospel if you've taken Pastor Randy's suggestion and have been reading through one this Lenten Season.

Last night I had dinner with friends of mine, Charlie and Ruth Jones of Peculiar People, who continue to tour with drama as they have for decades. They've taken a bit of a shift and have started a community ministry in Greensboro, NC. In the photo you can see that they set up a table in the hallway of their space and invite 50 people to dinner once a month.

The table is set. Feed each other today with your posts.

in Christ alone,
Rich for the pastoral team


  1. I just posted a sketch we created this weekend through sociodrama at an Applied Theatre Conference. Though it was designed to attract a secular audience there were many Christians there. I think you'll see Christian symbolism in the piece.

  2. In my Gospel reading I finally got to the story of Peter and Andrew being called away from their family business. It reminded me of me being called from our family farm to New York. I went from a 70-acre farm (that's 70 football fields) to an 8.5 x 11 room on Times Square. But I've LOVED my calling despite all the pitfalls, challenges and, yes, cancellations. It's THRILLING to be in the center of the Lord's will!