Third Sunday of Advent

Last week, I wrote (ranted) about this whole “Merry Christmas” versus “Happy Holidays” debate. I believe that it is something not worth being offended by; and that it is certainly okay to wish your non-Christian friends and co-workers a “Happy Holiday”. Today, I want to zone in a little further.

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First Sunday of Advent

We are now entering into the Advent season! Usually during Advent we focus on the expectation and the anticipation of Christ’s birth in the season leading up to Christmas. This is part of the story, but there’s more to Advent. The word “Advent” comes from a Latin word that means

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Love Walked Among Us

Small Groups are about to begin! Many of you have signed up already, but if you haven’t, please do so. The clipboard is downstairs by the kitchen. Small Groups are integral to the health and life of this church, and we really would love for everyone to become involved! Once

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Reformation 500

500 years ago, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses to the door of the castle church in Wittenberg. The Theses were originally written in Latin, and were intended to be part of a scholarly debate about the local sale of indulgences. But it was not long before they were translated

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Small Groups

In the next few weeks, we will be starting up a new season of ‘Small Groups”. This year, we will be discussing a book written by Paul Miller, titled “Love Walked Among Us.” The book examines “…how Jesus treated the people he encountered, because it’s in ‘little moments’ with friends

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