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Green Tree Church of the Brethren

As a people called by God into community in this place, we understand that we need each other. Just as we need Jesus Christ at the center of our lives, we need each other to be his Church. So it is that we make the choice to depend on each other. All of our unique differences make us a vital fellowship. We understand that our congregation’s purpose is to honor God and care for those whom God loves. Open relationships in the spirit and attitude of Jesus Christ can allow us to better serve God and our neighbor. We commit ourselves to communicating honestly and respectfully and respecting and valuing one another as unique individuals created in God's image. We trust that as we fulfill this commitment, we may become a healthier community of faith and a clearer witness to Jesus Christ and his Gospel. We choose to use the resources of scripture, prayer, and Christ’s example as a guide for our behavior. Contact us: Phone: 610-666-6700 Email: Address: 1078 Egypt Road, Oaks, PA

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How Can We Be His Witnesses?

Acts 1:8 …” you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” As followers of Jesus, we are to BE His witness. Our witness is part of our being. So, we pray that you...
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God Sets Us in Families (Psalm 68:6)

The months of May and June grant us two specified days to officially recognize those people in our lives who have acted as a mother and father. This is a great time to remember to express our gratitude and show our love to the people who have invested in us. This does not have to...
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Love Feast

In the Fall, I wrote an article about how much I missed Love Feast while I was traveling in Alaska. Well now we are moving through the Lenten season and Love Feast is on the horizon on Maundy Thursday. Thistime I’m not going to miss it. So, I ask the question, why is it so...
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A Shared “Faith Dream”

I cannot believe we are entering March, and the Lenten season is here! Time flies by, whether we are purposeful and focused with the time God gives us, or not. We can’t stop time and I certainly don’t want to stop it, but I pray we are savoring and soaring within the time God...
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Why We Do It

Were you there? I wasn’t. I was on a plane flying home from our Alaska adventure and I wasn’t going to be there for Love Feast…and it bothered me. That would make two Love Feasts in a row that I was absent. We had been away on vacation during last Spring’s Holy Week Maundy...
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“Seeking the Light” – Pastor’s Epistle

As the clocks change to end Daylight Savings Time and darkness arrives earlier in the day, I reflect a bit on the impact darkness can have upon us. Darkness makes it harder to see what surrounds us.We have journeyed together in our first two months of our efforts to grow in our...
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“In His Image” – October Focus

Addictions, (whether to drugs, alcohol, prescription drugs, smoking, gambling, compulsive spending, hoarding, or other addictions), present serious challenges to the person and all those who support her or him. An addiction is not something to simply “get over”. An addiction is a...
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“In His Image” – Pastor’s Epistle

I remember the moment my first baby was born. As they held that little body up to us and we looked, in awe, at the life that was entrusted to our care… I turned to my husband and said, he’s making “the Ream-look!” My husband has this way of scrunching his eyebrows and holding his...
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Year of Jubilee

In Numbers 36:4, we see that on the Day of Atonement, the blowing of a ram’s horn would indicate the start of the year of Jubilee. The Israelites would dedicate this year as a year of rest to God, acknowledgingthat God would provide for their needs. The Year of Jubilee, which...
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