Bishop Nicholas will visit us and dedicate the gifts we bring to support local community organizations during both worships on Sunday, December 10. Be sure to see the display in the hallway to select gift tags. Bring unwrapped gifts to …

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December is the time for the Jean Roberts Memorial Cookie Collection. Please bake or purchase Christmas cookies for gifting to the homebound and for holiday food bags. You may bring them to the Creighton Hall kitchen  and label them “Christmas …

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Newtown Square resident, Hailey Parker, was only 10 years old when she was diagnosed with a form of brain cancer called GBM and only 11 when she lost her battle a few months later. The Fight Like Hail Holiday Giving …

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December 3 is the First Sunday of Advent. Worship that day will include our “Longing for the Light of Healing and Hope” liturgy which includes a Prayer Litany and, optionally, Candle Lighting and Individual Prayer for Healing.

OWLs Another rainy Monday brought another great turnout for the November OWLs meeting! Folks heard about how war also affects non-combatants in the moving poem shared by Tom Gibson commemorating Veteran’s Day. After lunch and conversation, the crowd enjoyed Sally …

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Tools, Scars and Stories The next Men’s Breakfast is scheduled for Saturday, December 9, and we invite Reformation Men to our second annual “Tool Time” event at Reformation Lutheran Church. Bring your best working “old” tool (something your father used!!) …

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The Harvey Cedars retreat, for all youth in grades 6-12, will be held March 2-4. Registration materials and payment will be due by Sunday, January 14. More information will be communicated with parents via e-mail. Please speak with Pastor Alina …

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On Sunday, November 26, everyone is invited to an Advent Festival at 9:45 am in Creighton Hall. At the festival we will have ways to celebrate Advent in your home, opportunities to create gifts for our homebound members, and a …

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As the days get shorter and the weather turns colder, we give thanks to our Gardening Angels, who have worked hard to plant and maintain our gardens since early Spring. The color explosion began when the first daffodils bloomed, and …

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“Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever.” – Psalm 107:1 My family has a Thanksgiving tradition – and perhaps your family has a similar one. Before our Thanksgiving dinner, we go around the table …

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