A Note from Home

A Note from Home – January

Marguerite Gode wrote a poem that describes this time of year all too well: After all of the hub-bub of Christmas is over and with a certain relief we look for things to go back to normal. It’s nice to know that there’s a promise to Christmas that lasts beyond the broken toys and...
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Blue Zone’s Vitality Compass

The Blue Zone Committee recommends logging into the Blue Zone website and completing the Vitality Compass.  It only takes a few minutes and you can calculate your biological age, life expectancy, “healthy life” expectancy, and the number of years you may be losing/gaining due to...
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Lovely Lane Receives Community Partnership Award

Our church was honored with the Al Smith Community Partnership award at the School District’s Educational Leadership & Support Center on November 5th! Our work with Pierce Elementary School through our Panther Pack program and our Cedarwood Hills after school project were...
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News from Childrens Weekday Ministries

Children’s Weekday Ministries wishes everyone a blessed holiday season!  Lovely Lane Preschool,Trinity Lane Preschool & Before and After School Daycare Our service project for 2014 will be to collect new pairs of children or adult pajamas.  We will be working with Scholastic...
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December Youth News

Senior High Youth Group Senior High Youth meets weekly on Sundays from 6:00-7:30 PM.  Thanks to the youth for a great skit on Youth Sunday, Nov. 23!  Many were inspired by the message!! SH Youth Upcoming Events: Dec. 7: Youth Group Caroling; meet at 5:30 PM for supper in order to...
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A Note from Home – December 2014

Immanuel, God with us.  And the sign of God’s presence with us…a baby born in a cowshed.  What a sign!  Today you don’t need a degree in advertising to know that if you want to make a good sign, you’ve got to make it BIG and plant it in a conspicuous spot by a crossroads...
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Kassig family remembers hostage son’s desire to help

The United Methodist parents of the latest hostage executed by the Islamic State group are remembering his dedication to assisting those who have suffered during Syria’s civil war.
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United Methodist Church mourns death of Sierra Leone surgeon

The Sierra Leone United Methodist Conference is in shock over the death of Dr. Martin Salia from Ebola. Salia, who was the chief medical officer and only surgeon at United Methodist Kissy Hospital, died after he was airlifted to the United States for treatment. Read the full...
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A Note from Home

A Note From Home

Where there is life, there is hope, so the old saying goes.  The inverse of that wisdom seems equally true as well:  where life is gone, hope is gone too.  To witness a person’s last breath, to see the light pass from their eyes is to know that a final and unalterable change has...
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Putting God First

A Note from Home – October, 2014

Putting God First in Living and Giving Do we worship idols? The answer may surprise you. During the month of October, our church will hear about God’s generosity and our response as we experience our stewardship program, first: putting GOD first in living and giving, developed by...
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