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May
4

Anthem Sunday

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Come celebrate the choir’s 2010-2011 Music Ministry. On Sunday May 8, 2011 at 10:00 AM the choir will perform during the regular worship service several of its favorite anthems that were introduced in the 2010-2011 church year. This is your opportunity to acknowledge the hard work and dedication that these…

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Apr
21

Holy Humor Sunday May 1

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HOLY HUMOR SUNDAY, MAY 1ST Our church will join with the Warren UCC for 10:00 worship on that day to celebrate “Holy Humor Sunday”.  For centuries in Eastern Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant countries, the week following Easter Sunday, including “Bright Sunday” (the Sunday after Easter), was observed by the faithful…

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Apr
21

Vacation Bible School

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You’ve heard the good news, we hope: in this season of resurrection, one of the sites of new life is that of Vacation Bible School!  During the week of July 19-22, a visitor to this ecumenical venture to be held at the Warren Church will find children and adults of…

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Apr
13

Prayer Group on Hiatus

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Tuesday morning prayer group has been meeting for 5 years.  This group gathered initially to pray for the needs of this congregation at a time when we were wandering in our own wilderness of discernment.  Prayer group has played a significant role in keeping us grounded in faith and trusting…

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Apr
9

Annual Spring Clean-up

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It’s that time again when we all get together to spiff up the interior of the church. Please mark your calendars for Saturday April 30 from 9:00 AM to noon. We will clean up the Fellowship Hall and the Sanctuary. Let’s get rid of all those winter cobwebs and dust…

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Apr
8

Our Thinking Need Not be 2000 Years Old

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How do we keep our faith fresh and alive in this post-modern world?  Sometimes worship isn’t enough and we all know faith and religion is not a topic that gets much attention in our daily interactions with others. So…let’s change that….let’s get engaged in  keeping our faith and our thinking…

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Apr
4

Lenten Thought…Which Wolf Will Win?

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An elder Cherokee Native American was teaching his grandchildren about life.  He said to them, “A fight is going on inside of me.  It is a terrible fight, and it is between two wolves.  One wolf represents fear, anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, pride…

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Mar
10

Fat Tuesday Fun!

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After a scrumptious dinner of pancakes and sausage, a few games and songs, the attendees of the annual Shrove Tuesday celebration buried the Alleluia banner until its unveiling on Easter morning.

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Mar
2

Lenten Study: Embracing an Adult Faith

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During this coming season of Lent we are offering an Adult Education study.
We will be using a 5 Session program developed by Marcus Borg with Tim Scorer called; Embracing An Adult Faith, Marcus Borg on What it means to be Christian. There is no book or reading required.

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Feb
23

Exciting things are stirring!

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If you missed Annual Meeting or a recent worship service, then you will want to know that the Spirit is at work in new ways in our congregation.  Good things are beginning to happen in a variety of ministries.  Over the course of the last nine months we have had…

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