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Christmas Eve Service

Join us from 7:00-8:00pm for a time of singing, special music, Scripture readings, and reflection upon the meaning of Christmas. There will be a special time of candlelight reflection and singing. You are welcome to join us afterwards for refreshments and conversation. We hope you will take this opportunity to invite your friends, family, and loved ones. All […]

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Membership Classes (Weekend Edition)

The weekend edition of our membership classes are here! These classes will take place at a private residence on Friday night and Saturday morning at our church building on December 12th & 13th. If you are interested in becoming a member, or would just like to learn more about what we believe and practice as […]

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Journey Bag Initiative

For the thousands of kids in foster care, stability is a foreign concept. They often move from house to house and have very few things they can truly call their own. In fact, all too often when they are taken into custody, they have no possessions except the clothes they are wearing – there simply […]

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Give Thanks!

Thanksgiving is not a “Christian” holiday. That is, it is not found in the liturgical calendar (though Christian communities had long practiced days of thanksgiving). However, that is not to say that Thanksgiving is not Christian. In fact, giving thanks is essential to Christian belief and practice. Jesus gave thanks before breaking bread in the […]

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New Equipping Class: On Money

The Bible talks a lot about money. Jesus talks a lot about money. He even went as far as to say that how we spend our money says a lot about the condition of our hearts (Matt. 6:21). How we spend our money matters. And it matters because it is not ours to spend! All […]

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“How to Thrive When Nobody Likes You”

Christian churches and individuals face challenges everywhere, all the time. But in the US right now, and particularly the Northeast, the challenges feel big. Do we live in a “post-Christian” environment? How do we think about that? And how, practically, do we live as faithful and hopeful followers of Christ? These are some of the […]

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New Equipping Class – “The Christian in the Workplace”

Work. The word often elicits a sigh and a glance at the floor. For many, work is that hurdle standing in the way of our weekend play. “TGIF!” i.e. “Thank God it’s Friday!” This common phrase in our culture about sums it up. Work is a necessary requirement to sustain our lives and to buy […]

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“Life Beyond Appearances” – A New Sermon Series in 2 Corinthians

“Things are not always what they seem. The first appearance deceives many. The intelligence of a few perceives what has carefully been hidden.” – Phaedrus (1st Century). As old as this quote is, we cannot get past its reality. You can’t judge a book by its cover, a movie by its trailer, or a person […]

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M.O.P.S. (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) – First Meeting!

Moms need community. In the daily joys and challenges of parenthood, it is helpful to be connected to other people who can speak words of encouragement and truth into your life. Though this takes place in a multitude of ways in our church community, MOPS is a focused time of mothers gathering together to talk […]

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Desiring God in the Hard Times

During times of adversity, a conflux of desires fills our heart. We often long for deliverance. We desire answers that help make sense of the trial. We want wisdom to guide our next step. We crave grace to persevere. The list could go on and on. As these desires churn in our souls, a penetrating […]

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