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This Sunday's Service: "Spiritually Fed"
This Third Sunday of Easter, we will put our focus on another Resurrection story, this one from John 21:1-19, where the Risen Christ appears to Simon Peter and instructs him to "feed my sheep."
So many people in our world today are spiritually malnourished, so how are you spiritually feeding yourself and others?
Join us this Sunday at 10 AM (either in-person or streaming live online), as we explore what it means to be "Spiritually Fed." Message: Pastor Sal. Music: Peter Black, Jeff Spangler, and Mary Fechtig.
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Last Week's Service
In last Sunday's Gospel reading for the 2nd Sunday of Easter, we heard the "Doubting Thomas" story. The apostle, Thomas, doesn't believe that Jesus has risen from the dead. When it comes to our faith, we've been led to believe that doubting is an obstacle, when, in fact, the obstacle is certainty. The contemporary Christian writer, Anne Lamott, says: "The opposite of faith is not doubt. It is certainty." Please enjoy last week's message when we explored together "The Benefits of Doubt." Message: Pastor Sal. Music: Peter Black and Pamela Chappell.
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Kudos to Highway Clean-Up Volunteers!
KUDOS – Thank you to our Creation Justice Team and all the volunteers who helped us clean-up the highway last weekend: Eric Lejeune, Greg Plowe, Linda & Rich Marth, Elisabeth & Joe Mannancheril, Sarah Donovan, Dan Mack, Mike VerMerris, Linda Charvat, Joyce & Kelly Wright, Kathy Klage, Cindy Winkler, David Miedema, Philip Raywood, Ginny Mikita, and Steve Hutchins. We are grateful for your service to our church and community.
Hazardous Household Waste Day