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Marketing and Growth will be hosting the Adult Forum on February 21 as a celebration for our newest Reformation Members this past year and a half. All are invited, both existing and new members alike! We’ll have a social gathering …

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Saturday, February 20th at 1pm the the Bocians will be hosting another Fondue Fellowship Event at their home. They will provide chocolate and cheese fondue, some drinks, and would like to request that guests bring dippers to share. Some suggestions; …

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BOY SCOUT SUNDAY- FEBRUARY 7 All boys (and adult leaders) who are involved in Boy Scouts (including Cubs) are invited to attend worship in uniform on Boy Scout Sunday, February 7. Worship on that day will include recognition of those …

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This year’s Lent study is called What Wondrous Love: Holy Week in Word and Art. Information about group meetings can be found in the Lent mailing, the weekly Ref Times Lite and at the church office. Participant books are available …

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The Mark E. Davis Scholarship was established by The Rev. William and Irene Davis, following the death of their son, Mark. The scholarship is a one-year scholarship to a four-year college or university awarded to a member(s) of Reformation Lutheran …

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