Gary and Laurie Pecuch share a piece of their story and what the community of faith means to them.

(re)Form, re(Claim), re(Frame) and then Refrain – Each week during the Epiphany Season, St. John’s Lutheran Church (Grove City, OH) will be releasing a midweek blog introducing the upcoming Sunday’s worship theme. As we look forward to Matthew 5:1-12 and the shape of the the Kingdom as Jesus lays it out, listen to Gary and Laurie share a little about what community and faith mean to them.

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Pastor Scott Ness

Pastor Scott Ness loves stories and finding ways to use ordinary, everyday life to point to our amazing God. He strives to see with eyes of faith. He fails consistently. Through it all, God remains faithful and full of grace. When Pastor Scott isn't running around the church he is often found at home with his wife, Deanna and their six children.