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February Newsletter

Click here for the February pdf newsletter or read it below! Spring Is Coming! I can say spring is coming with confidence. Just look outside. On January 1, we had 8 hours, 59 minutes and ten seconds of light. On February 1, we were up to 9 hours, 54 minutes, and one second of daylight –...

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January Newsletter

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December Video Newsletter

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November Video Newsletter

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Learning To Love Like Jesus

As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Now remain in my love. 10 If you obey my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have obeyed my Father commands and remain in his love. 11 I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete. 12 My command...

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February Family Fun At First

Families with preschool and elementary church are invited to come, share, and have fun on Saturday, February 6.   Children are invited to decorate the church, connect with members, hunt for treasure, and receive a treat. Sign up your child(ren) for a time slot (30-40 minutes,...

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Getting Ready For A New Season

We’re having nearly a hour more daylight now at the end of January than we had a Christmas time. That’s a sign that we’re heading for a new season and warmer weather! Yes, the days are lengthening here in the Northern Hemisphere. And the olde English word for...

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Happy Epiphany!

With the exception of Easter, the festival called Epiphany is the oldest festival in the Christian Church – even older than Christmas – dating from some 300 years after Christ was born. The early Christian Church wanted to have a special day on which they celebrated that Jesus Christ...

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First Things - August 26, 2020

Devotion   Just the other day I saw a bumper sticker stating, “In Science We Trust.”  Science consists of human interpretations and conclusions based on human observations.  God gave us our senses and intends for us to use them to increase our...

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First Things - August 19, 2020

Happy Day At SpringBrook   The COVID Crisis has touched us all.  But perhaps the group of individuals which have suffered more than any other group is the senior citizens who live in nursing homes and care facilities.  Completely isolated from the their families and friends...

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