Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Soup and Bread at 6:00, Depart to Sing at 6:30pm
We hope you can join us for soup and bread at 6:00pm before we commence with song, first at Hunter’s Tree Farm and then around the neighborhood.
Christmas is such a wonderful time of year. However, this time of year can be tough for kids in foster care. While many kids are eagerly waiting to open their gifts, youth in foster care will be gearing up to face the ongoing challenge of celebrating the season without parents, relatives or siblings.
Our next adult education series is called Being Presbyterian: Foundations of Presbyterian Discipleship. It was produced by Theocademy, a project of the Synod of Mid-America in conjunction with several other Midwestern synods and seminaries. This is how Theocademy describes the video/discussion series:
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Initiative -735 is a proposed ballot initiative to reduce the corrupting influence of money on our elections and law making. Because of Citizens United v. FEC and other Supreme Court rulings, corporations now have the same constitutional free speech rights as people, and spending money to influence elections is considered free speech.
Young children ages three through seven are invited to the Children’s Worship Center on Sunday mornings during the 10:00 AM worship service. They join with their families in worship in the sanctuary for the beginning of the service, and then are invited to the Worship Center downstairs following Pastor Karen’s Conversation with the Young Church.
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