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“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you.” (Matthew 28:19-20)

Act 2 opens with the statement “When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place. And suddenly from heaven there came a sound like the rush of a violent wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting.” Over the next 26 chapters of Acts, Luke then tells…

 

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2015 Church Retreat

Friday, September 11th to Sunday, September 13th Our annual church retreat will be the weekend after Labor Day. It will be held at Pocono Plateau, one of our conference camps. We will be staying Moore Lodge. The retreat will be a time of fellowship, learning, worship and fun! There also will be time to experience…

Fellowship and Activity Night

Our devoted cooks have done a wonderful job this season feeding us great meals every week. We would like to thank them all for their time and talent! As a congregation, we must think about the possibility of another season of FAN. FAN originated thirteen years ago to allow families and individuals from out church…

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Historic St. George’s Trip

Historic St. George’s United Methodist Church in Philadelphia is the oldest church building in continuous use in the United States, and the second oldest Methodist Church in America. Because of the many historic things that happened at this church through the years, it is considered to be the “mother church” of American Methodism. As such,…

Vacation Bible School

VBS begins on Sunday June 21 and ends on Thursday, June 25. Five nights of fun for everyone involved! If you have never helped with VBS, now is the time. We need helpers in all of the areas. Tell Michelle Leonard, Pastor Herb or call the church office if you would like to help in…

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May 24, 2015: Memorial Day

In the midst of World War Two, Eleanor Roosevelt visited a military hospital. Its wards were full of men who had been brought stateside because they were so severely injured they could no longer fight. In the last ward, she came upon a sorry looking soldier. Everything but his head was encased in casting. “What…

May 10, 2015: Mother’s Day

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May 3, 2015: God’s Not Dead

Nine year old Danny ran out of Sunday School one day, looking for his parents. Finding his dad, he blurted out “They taught us about Moses and the Red Sea today!” Wanting to know how well his son had listened, he asked Danny to share what he had learned. “Well,” Danny said, “the Israelites got…

 

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