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Graduate Recognition

As a family of churches, our church family takes joy in celebrating milestones in the lives of its members. Some years we send forth a baker’s dozen, and other years we bless only a handful, and then there are years where we get to say “congratulations” to just one high school graduate, like we did this year.

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Lesson of the Shamrock

In pagan Ireland where people worshipped several gods and human sacrifice was not uncommon, Patrick was known to offer the people a challenge. Holding up a shamrock he would question…

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A Witness into The Darkness

Today’s Bible passage: 2 Corinthians 5:20-21.

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Story of The Candy Cane

Do you like candy canes? Do you know what they represent? Mr. Ryan and Church Mouse explain in today’s special Christmas video!! Christmas Eve Schedule: Christmas Carol singalong begins at…

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Advent – December 24

Isaiah foresees the birth of the promised one, and shares the Gospel — the good news — with God’s people hundreds of years before it came to pass. Advent completed…

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Advent – December 23

God is perfect. God is love. God’s love, being perfect, will never fail, never decrease, or fade away. He is faithful!

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Advent – December 22

The book of Psalms has been the hymnal of the Church since ancient times, and you can see why — there’s a song for every occasion, even the birth of…

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Advent – December 21

Gold is presented as tribute to kings by their vassals. Frankincense is burned in temples before gods. Myrrh is used as a healing balm, and also for preparing the dead…

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Advent – December 20

Now we see that the magi were truly wise men, for they could discern this child was more than an earthly king: he was God’s Son, fit to be worshipped.

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Advent – December 19

Something miraculous is going on when the stars fixed in heaven become anxious to follow the Son of Heaven down to earth!