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Socktober

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Socks can be more important than foodShare your food with the hungry, and give shelter to the homeless. Give clothes to those who need them, and do not hide from relatives who need your help. -Isaiah 58:7True: Most people walk an average of four miles a day, but a homeless person walks...

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Socially Distanced Sunday Picnic!

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On Sunday, October 4, after Sunday service 11:30/45am - 1:00pm, join us in the church parking lot for a socially distanced tailgate! You can sit in the back of your vehicle or bring chairs or a blanket. Each family is encouraged to bring their own lunch either homemade, store bought, or whatever...

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Gretchen’s Book Club October

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Gretchen’s Book Club will meet October 8 at 1pm through a Zoom meeting to discuss their October selection, On Call in the Arctic: A Doctor’s Pursuit of Life, Love and Miracles in the Alaskan Frontier, by Thomas J. Sims, MD.  Gretchen will send out the meeting...

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Sanctuary Prayer Time and Communion

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On Wednesdays, we will open the sanctuary for private prayer time for those who are not able to attend worship on Sundays. Slots are every 30 minutes. The front row is available for use and please spray any surfaces you've touched when you are done. If the person before you hasn't left the...

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Gretchen’s Book Club September 2020

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Gretchen’s Book Club will pick up its fall schedule and meet through a Zoom meeting on Thursday, September 10, at 3pm The title to be discussed is Beneath A Scarlet Sky, a novel by Mark T. Sullivan. Based on a true story, this is the epic tale of an Italian teenager’s...

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Invitational Christian

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Dear Siblings in Christ, At the Fall Governance Board Retreat, your church representatives engaged in an intentional conversation surrounding the topic of what it means to be a welcoming and inviting church. After our conversation, Matthew 28:19-20, otherwise known as the Great Commission, kept...

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