By Rev. Robert Naylor Read Matthew 5,6,7 – The Instructional Book for a Christian Who Plays the Most Important Game of Faithful Living with Skill I spent the day today at the spring training facility of the Philadelphia Phillies. There was no pre-season game, just dozens of players going through basic hitting, pitching, and fielding
Some Important Thoughts by Rev. Fred Meade Dear Friends and Members of First Church, I’ve been thinking a lot over the last five months about this church. I’ve grown to love the people and even enjoyed the drive back and forth. It has been a blessing that we really have not had a difficult winter. But within the
“The Complexity of Spiritually Dealing with Anger” by Pastor Fred Meade Sermon Summary: All of us have felt anger. This emotion is a very normal one, however at times it can turn destructive and can become unhealthy. The way in which we deal with our anger is based in large part on the way we
“The Certainty of Change” by Reverend Wayne Earl All this and more can be heard in the Sermon!
“Lot’s Wife and Baptism” by Pastor Fred Meade
by Rev. Robert Naylor I memorized it in third grade Sunday School. I have probably read it at more than half of my 1,000+ weddings at which I have officiated. It’s the season of hearts and roses and love, so Paul’s prosaic love letter (I Corinthians 13) comes to mind. If I speak in the
Remember again and again and again…..“… The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control” (Galatians 5:22-23)
Something Missing? It’s always been there!
“ALTRUISM, DENIAL AND HEALING” by Pastor Fred Meade
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The Search Team has not received any additional profiles from the UCC since this past Summer.
As we begin the year 2020 and move forward with God’s guidance, Missions for the month of February plans to set up the program “One Great Hour of Sharing”. This program gives us the opportunity to help people in crisis. Our donations will help provide clean water, medicine, shelter, health care and educations to those
The Deacons extend thanks to our “retiring” members, Stephanie Skolnick, Jim Lapham, and Ernie Evans, for their years of service and their many contributions to the committee. They will be missed! Please be aware that no food or drink, other than water, is allowed in the sanctuary. Have you noticed that the Acolytes have a
The Search Committee “Local Church Profile”