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You can go home again

by Milt Fredericks

In 1940 Thomas Wolfe wrote a best-selling novel, “You Can’t Go Home Again,” about a writer named George Webber, who writes a book exposing many of the secrets and stories of his hometown. When he returns home he is greeted by hatred and outrage and it deeply affects him. He is basically banished, heads to […]

How Do We Sing The Lord’s Song In A Foreign Land? – Officer Training Event

by Kathi Lynch

March 27, 2022, 12 noon – 3:30 PM Pastors, church leaders, and congregations are searching to reconnect themselves to a changing culture. The church we once knew has lost its relevance and is searching for meaning amidst shifting contexts. No longer is the church the priority of families and the spiritual pivot point for communities. […]

Christmas Eve Worship

by Kathi Lynch

Friday, December 24 In-Person or Virtual At 6:30 PM Those attending in-person are encouraged to wear a mask in the building. I look forward to celebrating the birth of the Christ-child on Friday evening, and hope that you will join your church family. Each year the Child is born again. Each year some new heart […]

Desserts Needed

by Kathi Lynch

Volunteers are needed to provide desserts for the Community Dinner on December 9th. Please call the church office if you can help.

Thank You! from the Deacons

by Kathi Lynch

THANK YOU from the Deacons for your continued generosity and support! Over 200 gift bags were assembled for the Food Bank containing toiletries, hats, and scarves.

From The Pastor: Looking Forward

by Phil Oehler

This past weekend was pure delight! The dedication of the Tricentennial Prayer Garden. The joy-filled worship with uplifting music. The fellowship time during lunch at Adelphia. It was a wonderful reminder of our history and the many ministries over the past 300 years. Throughout this weekend, we were reminded that our call as disciples is […]

Financial Update

by Kathi Lynch

Here is the financial report for the first half of 2021. The Trustees thank the members and friends of the congregation for their continued support to the church and its projects. As the church begins to return to “normal” we hope that we will soon be able to return to program and outreach activities. TREASURER’S […]