August 22, 2019

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP EVERY SUNDAY MORNING
All are invited!
All are welcome!

We are Handicap Accessible!

 

Please click the link to our Food Bank Sun. page for more info.

 

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HALLELUJAH! HE IS RISEN!
 
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Please click on the link to see the locations & times 
(also en Espanol)

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Many thanks to so many of our local Churches, Stores, Organizations and Individuals who helped make
Easton Area Shoe Drive
happen!
It takes our Community of Love to fulfill this important need for so many families and we could not do it without everyone's help!
God bless you all!

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THIS SUN., AUG. 25th
join us for "Cool Summer Worship" at 10 a.m.
We will be treated to Special Music
from the
Clarinet Ensemble
Everyone is welcome!
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NEXT SUN., SEPT. 1st is Labor Day Sun.
and FOOD BANK SUN.
Please join us at 10 a.m. and bring along an item or funds to help restock ProJeCt's Food Pantry.
Senior Choir will begin practices following worship!
All voices are welcome!

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We wrap our prayers around the all victims of hatred & violence everywhere.

Love is Stronger than hate.

God help us.

   
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Our Annual FALL RUMMAGE SALE
(Please note NEW DATES!)
Friday, Oct. 11th from 9 a.m. til 4 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 12th (bag day) from 9 a.m. til 1 p.m.
"Left over Rummage Give Away"
(2 bag limit) from 1:25-2:00

We will be accepting your gently used items until
Tues., Oct. 8th
Items may be dropped off when the Church Office is open
(please call 610-258-3361 to make sure someone is here) 
or on Sun. after Worship.

Accepting items that are clean & in good condition...
Clothing, Housewares, Kitchen Items, Small Appliances, Books, Videos, Lamps, Sporting Goods, Fashion Accessories, Bedding, New Items for our "New Table", Kid's stuff, etc.
Please NO TV's or COMPUTER MONITORS.

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Besides, we receive so many gifts from our ecumenical partners, being "early" seems to be one of ours.Intelligent dialogue and a strong independent streak sometimes cause the United Church of Christ (UCC) and its 1.2 million members to be called a “heady and exasperating mix.” The UCC tends to be a mostly progressive denomination that unabashedly engages heart and mind. And yet, the UCC somehow manages to balance congregational autonomy with a strong commitment to unity among its nearly 5,600 congregations—despite wide differences among many local congregations on a variety of issues.

 

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