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Aug 8-12 2022 | 5:30-7:30pm
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75th Anniversary Events
August 27 - Worship, picnic potluck, afternoon fellowship, and activities
Friday, November 11 - Zoom panel and reminiscences
Saturday, November 12 - Worship, potluck meal and Vespers
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November 2018

Checkmate

I love New York!  I remember one summer day while walking along the Brooklyn streets, I passed by two men playing a board game. Being a curious individual, I walked into the park and asked, “what are you two doing?” … Continue reading

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Treasuring Our Treasures

Someone, somewhere, planted pumpkins. Ninety to one hundred twenty days later, someone harvests them. Days and miles and other hands later, the pumpkin ends up in a store or, most wonderfully of all, on our table. We smother it in … Continue reading

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Seeking First

In 2 Chronicles we find a king threatened with attack by outside forces. The Bible notes how he was filled with fear; yet instead of acting out of fear, he sought God. What is the importance of seeking God above … Continue reading

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Jesus, Herod, and Pharaoh

The beginning of Matthew’s gospel features several powerful actors–the Magi from the East, King Herod in Judah, and Pharaoh. In contrast Jesus and his family are powerless. Classic Christianity has reminded us that we, too, are powerless and invited us … Continue reading

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“Who Are These People?”

The street was full of goblins, jedi, and walking pumpkins. Who were these people? The easiest way to answer this question is to study the big people accompanying these diminutive characters. The big people, of course, were the parents. And … Continue reading

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