Winter Stories

As I write this, we’re sitting in the middle of January, the temperature outside is 22° and mother nature just dumped another few inches of snow on us again last night. Now we always talk about the weather, but in winter we talk about it a lot more. We do

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Hurricanes, Tornados and Such

We’re really pretty lucky living in Eastern Pennsylvania. Our weather is quite stable. We’re not up against the shoreline when hurricanes come ashore. We’re not in Kansas or the plains of the Midwest where tornados can level entire communities. We’re not in California or Alaska where earthquakes strike fairly regularly

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Transition Time

Late August and early September is a huge transition time for many of us. Most of  the transition has to do with kids but there’s an awful lot of other types of transition going on as well. Let’s start with some of the incidental stuff, summer activities for example. They

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Blessings Box

The Blessings Box is now operational.  Please see the full page about the Blessings Box. Donation suggestions: Food Items: Canned Goods (no out of date cans), flour, sugar, “Cup of Soup”, Noodles, Rice, Pasta, Boxed Mac & Cheese, Spaghetti Sauce (can or jars), Boxed Crackers, Cereal, Cookies, Dried Spices, Peanut Butter,

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Summer at Home

Last summer I wrote an article for the Greeter about how important it was to stay connected to God when we were away on vacation and how important it was to find your way into God’s house for worship on Sunday morning. Nothing’s changed with that. When we’re away on

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The Rose Garden

It’s Spring and the flowers are blooming. Boy are they ever. Were you here Easter morning in our sanctuary? The flowers were breathtaking. They transformed our alter into a garden. Not only was it a reminder of the glory of that Easter morning so many years ago, it was a

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