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Advent decorating

November 28, 2014
1:00pm

Do you ever wonder how all that beautiful decoration appears each year for advent? It’s put up by elves! Not really. Volunteers do it! If you would like to be one of them, come to the sanctuary on Friday November 28 at 1:00pm! Don’t spend your day standing in line at Wallmart! Instead, come hang […]

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The Midweek Retreat

December 3, 2014
5:00 pm

Midweek Retreat   Make plans to join your church family each week for an evening of good food and fellowship on Wednesday nights. ┬áThe schedule goes like this: 5pm:┬áBible Study with Beth in Room 111. Our first study of the year is a discussion of Folklore and the Bible 5:30-6:30: Fellowship Dinner in Wade Hall […]

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Free HIV/AIDS Testing

December 7, 2014
9:30am - 1:00pm

As is our custom every year in honor of World AIDS day, free HIV/AIDS testing through our partnership with AID Atlanta will be offered in the church parlor from 9:30am-1:00pm. The test takes only 20 minutes and is completely confidential. Knowing your status is one of the most important steps in preventing the spread of […]

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Christmas Gift Shop

December 10, 2014
10:00am - 8:00pm

This year we have a Christmas Gift store set up in conjunction with our family Christmas program. There will be variety of items for sale that children can afford to get their parents. There will be Christmas items for the home. There will be gift items of all types and all the proceeds will go […]

Recent Sermons

Read the Last Part Too

As we celebrate Christ as King at the end of the Christian year, Beth will discuss what it means to take seriously Christ’s command to care for the “least of these.”

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When Will You Be Satisfied?

This Sunday our seminarian Betsy Allen asks us to answer for ourselves Dr. King’s historic question, “When will you be satisfied?” in light of Amos 5:18-24. How long are we willing to wait for justice?

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The Ones Robed in White

This All Saints Sunday we reflect on those who have gone before us into glory and we receive new brothers and sisters in Christ as we welcome our new confirmands. All of us are part of the body of Christ–we living and the departed. We become the communion of the Saints.

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