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

We are Easter people

April 2021 How quirky, Maundy Thursday falling on April Fool’s Day! The disciples must have had moments of feeling foolish. Their teacher insists on washing their feet. Students were eager to serve their masters in this way, but Jesus is always reversing things, changing it up in ways that were unheard of. On April Fool’s … Read more

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Planning for spring and summer

March 2021 Hello friends, Well here we are in March. March is not my favorite month because it seems too long and often so dirty. But none the less I am planning for spring and summer. Planning is important so we can be ready for what comes. Jesus often used parables to teach a lesson. … Read more

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Ash Wednesday & Lent information

What is lent all about? “Lent is the season in which we ought to be surprised by joy. Our self-sacrifices serve no purpose unless, by laying aside this or that desire, we are able to focus on our heart’s deepest longing: unity with Christ. In him– in his suffering and death, his resurrection and triumph, … Read more

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Good news, bad news month

February 2021 Hello Friends, This is a good news bad news month. The good news is that we are entering the season of Lent with Ash Wednesday being February 17.  Knowing Ash Wednesday is in February we know we can look forward to Palm Sunday on March 28 and Easter on April 4. Oh, Easter … Read more

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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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