February 2023 Food of the Month: Canned Vegetables

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Our Food Pantry could use your help to restock the shelves. February’s designated Food Pantry item is Canned Vegetables (no sauerkraut, please). You can bring your donations any Sunday in February – just drop them in the donation box in the Dome. Thank you for your support! One last note: if you can’t remember what this month’s designated food item… ...read more »

January 2023 Food of the Month: Canned Fruit

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It’s time to replenish our Food Pantry for the new year! You are invited to help out our Food Pantry by bringing the items designated for each month. January’s designated Food Pantry item is Canned Fruit (no pineapple, please). You can bring your donations any Sunday in January – just drop them in the donation box in the Dome. Please… ...read more »

New ZOOM Study on 2 Maccabees Begins Thursday, January 5

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A new study, 2 Maccabees: An Introduction to the Apocrypha will begin Thursday, January 5th at 6:30 PM.  In this six-week study we will read and discuss the Second Book of Maccabees which tells the story of the Maccabean revolt against the Seleucid Empire in the second century B.C.  The study will also include a brief introduction for those not… ...read more »

And That’s a Wrap – Celebrating Our 2022 Food Pantry and Clothes Closet Ministries

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We had a fun time with our Food Pantry and Clothes Closet volunteer team after Saturday’s distribution. It takes a lot of work from a lot of different people to put together this ministry, and we celebrate each and every one. The next scheduled distribution date is Saturday, January 7, 2023, from 8:30am-10:30am. For more information about how to help ...read more »

Holy Disruption – Discovering Advent in the Gospel of Mark – ZOOM Advent Study

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A fresh understanding of the holiness of Christmas grounded not in a conventional, cozy Christmas message, but through Mark’s disquieting Gospel, which invites its readers to experience God’s disruptive but transformative love for us and our world. The Gospel of Mark doesn’t have a nativity story.  So, this study explores Mark’s idea of what it means to anticipate Christ’s coming,… ...read more »