Welcome to Frame Presbyterian - Where Faith Meets Life
Welcome to Frame Memorial Presbyterian Church – we are a midsized congregation in the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., worshipping at the corner of Church Street and Main Street, where Faith meets Life, in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Some of us would describe ourselves as progressive, others would describe ourselves as conservative; but we all would describe ourselves as welcoming, caring, and active in working to share the love of God with the community around us. We are open-minded and openhearted as we try to live faithfully in a changing world.
Space, Time, and Attention
November 17, 2019
The Rev. Dr. Susan Gilbert Zencka
Frame Memorial Presbyterian Church
Texts: Isaiah 65:17-25; Acts 17:16-29
The Neolithic Era began about 12,000 years ago and ushered in a new age for humans, one in which we shifted from and hunting and gathering culture to beginning to develop agriculture, and settle into more stable communities. During this period, humans began to use tools, and pottery first developed. Late in this era, about 4,500 years ago in Southern England, people gathered two different types of stone, a golden stone called sarcens and another stone known as bluestones, and arranged them in a pattern of concentric circles. The sarcen stones weighed about 25 tons apiece and are thought to have been transported from about 20 miles away. The bluestones weighed on average about 4 tons apiece, but they came from Wales, about 180 miles away.
9:30 a.m. Worship
9:50 a.m. Sunday School
(except summer and holidays)
After Worship - Fellowship Hour