Prayer & Praise Night

All are welcome! Please join us for a casual night of prayer & praise on Wednesday, May 26 at 7:00 PM in the sanctuary. The praise team will be here to lead the songs. Let’s uplift our hearts to the Lord in worship, uplift each other, and our community.

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Preaching Series May 2021

As we bring our study of Micah to a close, we will remain in the prophets through Pentecost and the end of May. Hebrews 13:8 tells us that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever. His message is timeless as He was there at the Creation. As the Word, He is in every Word written in

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Pastor’s Page May 2021

This year, Pentecost falls on May 23rd. To me, part of this season in which we find ourselves is akin to the time before the first Pentecost. We are waiting expectantly for a better day that sets farther on up the road, but we do not know exactly where, and we don’t know when we

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Pentecost

“We do not need to wait for the Holy Spirit to come: He came on the day of Pentecost. He has never left the church.”—John Stott “Without Pentecost the Christ-event-the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus-remains imprisoned in history as something to remember, think about and reflect on. The Spirit of Jesus comes to dwell

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Wednesday Nights Bible Study

Bible Study Starting Wednesday Nights A Bible Study led by Jerry Pfister will be Wednesday Nights at 6:30 pm in the church library. They will begin with the Book of John. This Bible Study grew out of Celebrate Recovery but is open to all who want to attend.

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About The Archives May 2021

Bells & Steeples As Christians we are to called to patience and perseverance. I know many of you have commented about the 1877 Cornerstone which now is displayed in the Skylight Room. Researching the history of this through the newly translated records brings to light just how these Christian virtues were practiced by our founding

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Angels for the Elderly Food Drive

We will be collecting food for Angels for the Elderly in April. Suggested donation items: Proteins (canned meat & peanut butter); Fruits and Vegetable (canned): Pre-made meals (spaghetti, tuna and noodle); and Personal care & paper products, laundry detergent. Please place items in the box in the back of the sanctuary.

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Pastor’s Page April

There’s an old joke from Punxsutawney, PA about a Sun- day School teacher who thought she wasn’t reaching the children. The kids could name every secular holiday, but knew nothing about the church and its faith. She asked them about Easter. After comments about eggs and bunnies and chocolate, she asked if anyone knew what

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