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We welcome all because God welcomes all, regardless of race or culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or relationship status. We welcome all without regard to addictions, physical or mental health, age, abilities, imprisonment, socio-economic circumstances, or employment status. We welcome all without regard to religious belief or identity, citizenship, political views, or anything that might divide us. Our unity is in Christ.
We are pleased to welcome Matthia McCracken as our new Administrative Assistant. Matthia brings a decade of experience supporting worship communities, most recently Congregation Beth Shalom in Wilmington. Please welcome Matthia in the coming weeks as you have the chance. For the time being, Matthia’s hours will be: 9am – 4:30pm 9am – 4:30pm […]
Joyce McNally is heading up a new outreach program to support Dress a Girl Around the World – a ministry that provides dresses for girls in impoverished countries. By providing a simple sundress that has a label sewn on the dress, a girl appears to be cared for and connected to a caring community. This […]
New Faith-Life Connections Sunday, May 16, 2021, at 11am on Zoom May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a yearly time where agencies of care increase awareness of mental illness and mental disease by education and through many open discussions and activities throughout the world. Join Melissa McElwaine, LCSW and Suicide Prevention Coordinator and REACH VET […]
Planting ECO tip: Choose native plants with brightly colored red, purple and yellow flowers if you want to attract birds and provide shelter. Providing a source of water, whether by natural springs, birdbaths, or ponds, will also help to attract birds and other wildlife. Recycle, repurpose, resell: As you throw open the windows and breathe in the […]
Our in-house naturalist, Tom Reeves, will lead a nature walk/hike at the Heinz Wildlife Refuge on Saturday, May 1. Meet at the church at 9:00 am or at the Refuge at 9:30 am. The refuge will loan binoculars if you need them. The walk will cross the dike by the Darby Creek, passing water and […]