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These are the words of the letter that the prophet Jeremiah sent from Jerusalem to the remaining elders among the exiles, and to the priests, the prophets, and all the ...
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As you may know, CSC is still open for business Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons from 1 pm to 2 pm – when clients can come and pick up food. ...
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Especially when we cannot worship together, you may find it meaningful to create a worship space in your home. I did this very simply with a TV tray table, a ...
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The building is silent, but we are the church.  At the time of this writing, as you know, all face-to-face interactions at the church have stopped, except for I-HELP and ...
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Dear friends in Christ, Today we observe the Feast of the Annunciation. Since we cannot be physically together in our lovely church, looking at our beautiful Annunciation stained glass window ...
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Greetings from Prayer Shawl Ministry. We are enjoying new conversations, creations, and fellowship in our Prayer Shawl Ministry. We worked long and diligently to create Kristine’s very own personal Prayer ...
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As we travel this road together, you are invited to look for signs of grace every day. Let's share these with each other. So please, when you have a moment, ...
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Speaking from her home via Zoom, Bishop Lucinda Ashby discusses how to carry on our pilgrimage during a pandemic, meeting virtually with clergy, and plans for an online Easter service. ...
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On March 22nd, Kristine hosted a Zoom coffee hour attended by about 25 parishioners.  We were all able to see and hear one another as we discussed the week’s sermon ...
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A couple weeks ago this novel coronavirus was beginning to fill the news. There were reports of cases in California and yet it still seemed so far away. A week ...
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Ash Wednesday was celebrated on February 26th with two Eucharist services and the imposition of ashes. Taizé services began the following Friday. Then, after the 10:00 service on March 1st ...
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