Pastor Debra Schaffran
Cell 952-240-3836 | debraschaffran@gmail.com

500 Clark Street, Mora, MN 55051 | 320-679-2713
Office Administrator Hours Wed. – Fri., 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Office: moraogilvie.umcs@gmail.com
Handicapped Accessible

Pastor Debra Schaffran
Cell 952-240-3836 | debraschaffran@gmail.com

500 Clark Street, Mora, MN 55051 | 320-679-2713
Office Administrator Hours Wed. – Fri., 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Office: moraogilvie.umcs@gmail.com
Handicapped Accessible

From Our Pastor

A fresh start for 2021

January 2021 Dear Friends, Well folks we made it through 2020 and what a ride it was. The year 2020 did not start much differently than most other years. January and February were for the most part normal, snow, cold and the prettiest blue skies. Then March marched in and our lives were turned upside … Read more

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A time of preparation

December 2020 Dear Friends, Greetings in the name of the Christ born among us! As I write this Thanksgiving is fast approaching and the first Sunday in Advent is this coming Sunday. What a joyous time this is as we anticipate the coming of the Messiah. It is also a time of preparation for the … Read more

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Comparison can be the thief of joy

November 2020 Hello Everyone, A white Post-it® note has been on my desk for many months. On this note I wrote “Comparison is the thief of joy.” This quote was said by President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt and someone said it, or I saw it somewhere. It seems that Theodore Roosevelt was someone who viewed life … Read more

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There is a time for everything

October 2020 Ecclesiastes 3 is a beautiful piece of scripture poetry. Several passages in this book seem to suggest it was written by King Solomon. At an elderly age and with his life largely behind him the author looks at life from birth to death and beyond. Ecclesiastes 3:1 says “There is a time for … Read more

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My sincere apologies

September 2020 Greetings All, Late in May my article for this newsletter included information about a situation that happened and resulted with someone coming to the Mora church requesting assistance. My newsletter article was written from my perspective at the time. Writing from my perspective I neglected to consider the impact to others. In the … Read more

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