Updates From the C.R. Emmaus Community

Although activities have been very limited in 2020, the governing board has continued to serve the community in other ways, even without their special weekends. They have met virtually on a regular basis with a focus on 2021. Emmaus weekends have been scheduled for early Spring,...
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New Grief Group

“Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Matthew 5:4 Healing comes through sharing our grief experiences with others. Sometimes that means telling your story to a listening ear or listening to someone else share their story. This new support group is being...
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Lovely Lane UMC 2021 Goals

(approved by Ad Council and shared during Lovely Lane’s 10/18/20 Charge Conference) 1) Remain a church focused on mission and outreach to others. We are in the midst of a pandemic and a building project. We don’t want to lose focus on the need to lift up those around us. Emphasis...
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From Associate Pastor, Rev. Kristina Roth-Klinck

Since March when we went into this pandemic, we have had very little socialization with others as we worked from home, wore masks, socially distanced ourselves, and did not get together with friends. In the midst of all of that, many of us, if not at some point all of us, have...
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Sunday Worship at Lovely Lane

Worship services will remain online at least through the end of November. We continue to follow guidance from Bishop Laurie Haller and the Linn County Public Health Dept. as we seek to be safe and well. Please join us on our YouTube Channel on Sundays at 10:30 am!
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Finding Hope

“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness doesn’t extinguish the light” – John 1:5 (CEB) Last year the word “existential” was the Dictionary.com Word of the Year. The word inspires us to ask big questions about “who we are” and “what our purpose is” in the face of...
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