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When Will We Meet Again?

With Governor Holcomb setting out some guidance on the State opening-up again, the ‘When Will We Meet Again in the Roberts Park building?’ is a pertinent one. Some of you may have seen Mayor Joe Hogsett say he too longs to be back in the building, especially on Mother’s day, but we need to wait […]

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A Bridge to Safety

These are anxious and worrying times when we find ourselves confronted with the reality that sickness will affect us all at some point during our lives. Yet we recall that Jesus took on our human flesh and our frailty. He knows what it is to suffer and is with us in our suffering. He is compassionate. […]

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Old Ways

I have a smartphone that needs to be upgraded. The operation is sluggish. Daily I have to reboot because an app has frozen up the phone. I understand why our phones need continual upgrades. It’s because those who provide the hardware desire to sell more hardware. They routinely upgrade my phone’s software until my phone […]

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Categories: Worship

Pancakes & Jazz 2020

Please mark your calendars for Tuesday, February 25 for Pancakes and Jazz.  Pancakes will be served from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall,  while members of John Hill’s jazz group (who plays at the Christmas Eve Jazz service) entertain us with musical numbers throughout the evening.  There is a sign-up sheet in Fellowship Hall. We hope you have a grand […]

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Categories: Pastor's Midweek Missive

Plenty

The economy of the United States is in a precarious position because of the multitrillion dollar national debt. Debt has a way of breaking even the most robust profit-making enterprise. The debt of our country is so staggering it boggles the mind. By 2029, debt is estimated to reach $28.7 trillion, 93% of the gross […]

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Categories: Church

Engaging Young Adults Update

Our congregations has been listening to young adults this fall, discovering their needs and interests. We’ve done this through surveys, one on one interviews, and a gathering of young adults at Roberts Park. We surveyed Shalom Daycare parents, young adults at Trunk or Treat, our neighbors, coworkers, family, and friends. Here’s a quick look at the top […]

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