February 22, 2020

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP EVERY SUNDAY MORNING
All are invited!
All are welcome!

We are Handicap Accessible!

 

Please click the link to our Food Bank Sun. page for more info.

 

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Christ the Savior is Born! Alleluia! 

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THIS FRI., FEB. 14th is VALENTINE'S DAY!

Don't forget to "Shower the people you love with love"

~J.T.


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THIS SUN., Feb. 16th ALL ARE WELCOME
at our 10 a.m. worship service.
~  THEN, FOLLOWING WORSHIP ~
We will hold our "Valentine's Day Luncheon"
where we will share some of our romantic wedding photos
(so don't forget to bring yours in!)
Please sign up so we know how much food to prepare
and don't forget your wedding picture(s)!

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NEXT SUN., FEB. 23rd
All are welcome at our 10 a.m. worship service

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ASH WEDNESDAY is FEB. 26th
We will begin a NEW TRADITION
as we mark the
beginning of Lent at our
NOON COMMUNION SERVICE
& 'Brown Bag' Lunch!
So pack or buy lunch & join us, (beverages will be provided)
ALL ARE WELCOME!

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SUN., MARCH 1st is the FIRST SUN. of LENT
and FOOD BANK SUN.
All are invited to join us as we share the Sacrament of Holy Communion together.
Please bring along an item for ProJeCt's Food Pantry
ALL ARE WELCOME AT THE LORD'S TABLE!
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Jimmy Needs A Kidney!
And so do alot of people!
To ask about donating a kidney
to Jimmy Apostolopoulos or
to one of the thousands who need one,
please call the Lehigh Valley Health Network at
855-674-8767.

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We wrap our prayers around the all victims of hatred & violence everywhere.

Love is Stronger than hate.

God help us.

   
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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

 


 
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While preserving relevant portions of heritage and history dating back to the 16th century, the UCC and its forebears have proven themselves capable of moving forward, tying faith to social justice and shaping cutting edge theology and service in an ever-changing world. Affirming that Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church, the UCC claims as its own the faith of the historic church expressed in the ancient creeds and reclaimed in the basic insights of the Protestant reformers. Yet the UCC also affirms the responsibility of the church in each generation and community to make faith its own in reality of worship, in honesty of thought and expression, and in purity of heart before God. It looks to the Word of God in the Scriptures, and to the presence and power of the Holy Spirit to prosper its creative and redemptive work in the world. One of the UCC's distinguishing characteristics is its penchant to believe that ... God is still speaking, ... even when it puts us out there alone. History has shown that, most often, we're only alone for a while. Join us!

 

Besides, we receive so many gifts from our ecumenical partners, being "early" seems to be one of ours.Intelligent dialogue and a strong independent streak sometimes cause the United Church of Christ (UCC) and its 1.2 million members to be called a “heady and exasperating mix.” The UCC tends to be a mostly progressive denomination that unabashedly engages heart and mind. And yet, the UCC somehow manages to balance congregational autonomy with a strong commitment to unity among its nearly 5,600 congregations—despite wide differences among many local congregations on a variety of issues.

 

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