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Blog Post | Mark Johnson

Returning to In-Person Worship

Our church has been through many challenges over our 70 plus year history and none of them have been any more challenging that these past 16 months.  The necessary management and precautions to fight community spread of the dangerous COVID-19 has called forth all the skill, patience, cooperation and Christ-like encouragement that has guided our church so well through these many past few years.  I am truly proud of each of you, our excellent leaders and exceptional staff and the way we have continued to be the church during these challenging times.

01.01.70
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Blog Post | Mark Johnson

Reopening Survey

Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey!

01.01.70
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Blog Post | Mark Johnson

Preparing For Your Labyrinth Experience

Special Instructions for Your Labyrinth Experience

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Blog Post | Charles Conkin

Donations for Homeless

School Community Service for Homeless Population

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Blog Post | Charles Conkin

Emergency Flood Response Donations

Donate Items for Communities in Eastern Kentucky 

08.02.80
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Blog Post | Mark Johnson

Labyrinths: Part II Follow-Up

Follow these links to learn about and take your own Labyrinth journey

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Blog Post | Mark Johnson

Labyrinths: Part One

Vespers Guest - The Reverend Doctor Jan Cottrell shares with us about Labyrinths

01.01.70
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Blog Post | Mark Johnson

Social Justice Opportunities

An invitation for your active participation

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Blog Post | Raleigh Kincaid

A Prayer for Hope

Raleigh offered this prayer in worship on January 24, 2021. As we move through this pandemic, may we find the grace to bear witness to the struggles and injustices that harm our communities and also find a way to hope and work for better days.

Dear God,

This pandemic has done a job on us. It seems that every time we tried to pin down the coming of a better day, that day would come and go, leaving us still to wonder how long, O Lord, how long. And yet over and over, your word and the proclaimers of your word invite us to remain in and live in hopefulness. So again, dearest God, I pray that you find the cracks in our fear and cynicism and inject a fresh dose of the kind of hope that does not deny what is but is there in spite of what is.

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Blog Post | Mark Johnson

Medical Forgiveness Thank You!

Thank you for reaching our Medial Relief Debt goal!

08.02.20
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