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Warm Reads for Cold Days, Snow Days With the polar vortex upon us, how about spending some indoor time letting a book “warm” you or a family member? Drop by the Ref Library some Sunday — our collection is always …

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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, This year the Season of Epiphany lasts throughout January and February until the day before Ash Wednesday on March 6. One of the major themes of this season is light. The season celebrates the …

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Called by Christ, we INVITE all people, SERVE our neighbors, and BUILD a living faith.   On Reformation Sunday, during worship, we had the opportunity to add our signatures to the new Reformation Welcome Statement – a statement that lifts …

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Books Offer Valuable Companions as We Walk by Faith. All of life’s journeys share some things in common, and our personal faith journeys are no different. We seek a clear destination, a path to follow and a companion along the …

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Make Christmas Feel Real — Read about it Did you know that our brains suspend disbelief to let us feel that what we read is real? We can feel the emotions involved as if they are happening to us. There …

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HIV Awareness World AIDS Day on December 1 has started a global initiative to raise awareness, fight prejudice, and improve education about HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. You probably have heard a lot about HIV and AIDS. Most people …

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“Every valley shall be lifted up, and every mountain and hill be made low, the uneven ground shall become level, and the rough places a plain.”  Isaiah 40:4 Advent, what is that? You are not alone if you have friends, …

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We Have a Winner in the Bulletin Board Contest! Natalie D’Italia won an Amazon gift card for correctly identifying the connections between pairs of books displayed on the library bulletin board. Honorable Mention goes to the members of the Confirmation …

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100 years ago – on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month (Nov. 11, 1918) – the Armistice was signed ending the hostilities of World War I. One year later, Nov. 11, 1919, the United Kingdom, …

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November is Diabetes Awareness Month When you have diabetes, your body has difficulty using glucose for energy. When you eat, your body turns most of the food you eat into glucose. A diabetic stores glucose in the blood instead of …

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