Posts from July 2023

Posts from July 2023

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FAITH FORMATION AT HOME The following is written by Traci Smith, an ordained minister, mother of three, and author. Traci’s passion is helping families find times for connection and spiritual nourishment amid the hustle and bustle of daily life. What began as a quest to help her own family has provided valuable insight for thousands of others. Traci believes faith practices should be fun, easy to fit into daily life, and accessible to all. Faith at home is a journey.…
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Adopt A Bill

As another way to raise funds for the church, the Trustees are  suggesting that some people might want to Adopt a Bill to ease the strain on the church budget.  The idea would be that you would   select a bill and reimburse the church for that item.                                           Below are a few suggestions.
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Summertime! How do you spend it generously? What comes to mind when you think about summer? Here’s a little summer playlist we put together that spans the decades and musical genres! Regardless of the decade of music or genre you enjoy to give you those warm and sunny summer feelings, it can be a time of the year for the church when it’s people may be less connected to the church. Church school is out, people go on vacations or out…
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From The Pastor’s Pen

The Oxford dictionary online defines Tradition as “a long-standing custom or belief that has been passed from generation to generation, or the fact of being passed on in this way.†The Merriam Webster Dictionary describes “tradition†as a. “an inherited, established, or customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior;†b. a   belief or story or a body of beliefs or stories relating to the past that are commonly accepted as historical though not verifiable;†c. the handing down of information, beliefs,…