“Remember your baptism – and be thankful.” You hear these words every week, and yet sometimes we wonder why we make so much of this (for many of us) long-ago event. Baptism is how Christians receive their ultimate identity. Saying that we are baptized is like saying we were given a name by our parents – […]
We are pleased to introduce Summer Foley as our new part-time Interim Director of Christian Education. Children, education, and advocacy have been important to Summer’s personal mission, as a mother, an educator an an elementary school volunteer, and an advocate of children with special needs. Summer has a passion for fostering spiritual growth in children of all ages and abilities. She […]
How do you feel when you witness injustice? If it is happening in front of you? If it is something you see on TV? If it is something that the government is doing? What is our obligation as Christians? As Jesus begins his ministry, he encounters a man possessed by an unclean spirit. At Sunday’s service, we found out […]
We are in need of volunteers for two activities. If you would like to help take down the Christmas decorations around the church, please meet in the church narthex tomorrow (Wednesday, January 10), at 6 p.m. We also need 6-8 volunteers to help clean out our Clothes Closet in the back of Hanover Hall, at 10 […]
Tonight (January 9) is the first meeting of the Women’s Bible Study Group, at 6 p.m., in the Rowe Room. The Rev. Terry Diebold will be leading the discussion on “Stuck: the places we get stuck & the God who sets us free”, by Jennie Allen. Please plan to join in for a meaningful discussion and fellowship.
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