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What is Lent, and why do we observe it?

It’s Lent. But what does that mean? Lent starts with Ash Wednesday and continues for 40 days (excluding Sundays) until Easter. It’s a period of preparation for when we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Here are some common questions about the season. Why is Lent 40...

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6 new additions to our resource library

We've added some new additions to the church library. Go check them out! Books for Adults Screen Kids by Gary Chapman & Arlene Pellicane. "Today, children spend more time interacting with screens and less time playing outside or interacting with family. Screen...

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2 ways you can be more loving

As I’ve continued to think about what it would look like for my relationship with the Lord to be “renewed,” one obvious attribute would be I’d become more loving. I say this is obvious because the great command is for us to love God with all that we are. So, of...

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Helping our neighbors in need

It is that time of year when we want to help our neighbors in need. This year we will have two opportunities. On Friday, Dec. 22, we host our regular Soup Kitchen. We will be preparing a special Christmas meal and would like to give out Christmas gifts. If you would...

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Why are people leaving churches in America?

The theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer noted that whenever you're lonely, there's always a church. There's always a church. You can find it just about any place. But not everybody wants to take advantage of that, do they? Why not? I mean, there's so much access. It's so...

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