Food for Thought

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Food for Thought

  • Sirach – New Study Begins Monday Jan 14

    Charlie Walden will lead a new 7 session Bible study beginning Monday, January 14th at 6:30pm. This study will explore the book of Sirach, one of the books of the Apocrypha. Sirach, the longest of the wisdom books, provides a view of life in Israel just before the Maccabean revolt. The book’s author offers opinions on women, death, honor and shame, sin, happiness, evil, creation, money, friendship, and many others. Come join us in the New Revelations classroom for [...] Read More »

  • Pastor’s Corner – A New Year

    Happy New Year to everyone! What is God’s purpose for my life? Pastor Orr shares some thoughts about finding our way in this new year. Starting the New Year   Read More »

  • January’s Food Pantry Ministry

    2019 is here, and it’s time to replenish our Food Pantry. January’s designated  Food Pantry items are canned soup and chili.You can bring your donations any Sunday in January – just drop them in the donation boxes at either door of the Worship Activity Center. Please help restock our Food Pantry to help others this new year. Thank you for your support! One last note: if you can’t remember what this month’s designated food item is, peanut butter and crackers [...] Read More »

  • Pastor’s Corner – On Christmas

    Christmas is nearly here! But what is Christmas? Pastor Orr offers his thoughts. This is Christmas   Read More »

  • “Redemption of Scrooge” Advent Study Wraps Up This Sunday

    Our 2018 Advent Study, “The Redemption of Scrooge” by Matt Rawle, wraps up this coming Sunday, December 23rd. Please join us at 9:30am in the Joy Classroom in the Worship Activity Center to hear the message of Christmas in a different way. Can Scrooge be redeemed at Christmas? Can we? God bless us, every one! Read More »

  • December’s Food Pantry Ministry

    December’s designated Food Pantry items are dried beans and rice. You can bring your donations any Sunday in December – just drop them in the donation boxes at either door of the Worship Activity Center. Please help keep our Food Pantry well stocked during this busy holiday season. Thank you for your support! Read More »

  • Pastor’s Corner – Food for Thought

    The holiday season is upon us. What does that mean to us as Christians? Pastor Orr offers some thoughts. Food for Thought   Read More »




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1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.