Posts tagged transitions
Pieceworks Expansion

There will be a sewing classes for kids 8 yrs old to children entering 5th grade from 9-11 am Tues, Wed and Thursday, June 18, 19, 20 and Mon, Tues, and Thursday, June 17, 18, 20 from  1-3 pm for  youth in middle school going into 6th-9th grades.

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Find the “Why” in Life

- By Rev. Pat Hammond - 

Pastoral care is about listening, supporting, and encouraging. In many ways it is about helping others find the meaning of their life. For in finding what is meaningful, we find the why to live for.

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Immanuel - God with Us

- By Rev. Pat Hammond - 

Because our God is a “with us” God. As we celebrate the birth of Jesus at Christmas we celebrate the birth of Immanuel, which means “God is with us.” This is the good news we carry with us as we walk through this life – God is with us!

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A Story of German Heritage

- By Jennifer Noble - 

A small Swastika on the cover of “Secrets She Kept,” along with details on the back describing this story as “crying out to be told,” made the title by Cathy Gohlke one I wanted to read and explore as part of the Presbyterian Readers’ selections for the year.

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This Advent Season

- By Rev. Pat Hammond - 

The word “advent” means “coming” or “arrival” and so during this season of Advent we celebrate Christ’s coming into the world and we watch with expectant hope for his coming again.

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You Are What You Love

- By Rev. Pat Hammond - 

These cultural liturgies tell us that we don’t really need God—we’ve got this. And when this happens God is pushed to the margins of our life and we become the center of our world. It really does become all about me.

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Honduras Missions Team Extends a Welcome to Participate

- By Jennifer Noble - 

There’s space available for people to join First Presbyterian’s service in South America. A small sample of leadership from the Honduras Vision Team tells of opportunities they have witnessed firsthand through their experience and what January’s trip will be like.

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Being the Visible Face of Christ

- By Rev. Pat Hammond - 

With every card, every note of sympathy and encouragement, every text message and email, every phone call – Christ became visible through you and your actions. You helped me make decisions when I was overwhelmed, you lifted me up when I was beat down, and you took care of my family when I could not.

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