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Quips & Quotes To Live By

Check out Brian’s latest thoughts…They certainly put into prospective the Easter season as well as a familiarity in our everyday lives. “As you ponder about how and why things occur during your day(s), there is one simple fact. One simple reason why we are here. Don’t every get complacent or feel like you’re not needed…

Ham Dinner December 31, 2017

We are having a Ham Dinner after church services to celebrate the coming New Year! Gary T will also be joining Brian for some great music! If you’ve been meaning to join us, this week is a great time! Join us for a great New Years message, some great music, and a great meal after…

Attn: All Knitters! Prayer Shawls Needed!

Looking for something to do during the cold Winter months? Don’t forget Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston, MA is constantly in need of Comfort Shawls for their patients with cancer. The Beth Israel comfort shawls initiative is part of the chaplains’ “comfort carts,” where chaplains bring a cart of fresh food, tissues, mints and…

Las Vegas Shootings…..NOT AGAIN…..

NOT AGAIN! Here we go again. Why do we repeatedly hear of the shooting of innocent people, for God only knows why? It’s getting only too familiar. Strangers shielding people they don’t even know from harms way. People taking care of people. That’s what we were taught to do. That’s what the Bible tells us…

Praying for all Texans

The flooding from Hurricane Harvey has left countless Texans without their homes. For many, they will have to rebuild. For many others, it will be many weeks before electricity is restored and the clean up begins. Even at the best case scenario, they have a long road ahead at restoring normalcy. All of us at…

Prayer Shawl Knitters

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston, MA is in need of Comfort Shawls for their patients with cancer. The Beth Israel comfort shawls initiative is part of the chaplains’ “comfort carts,” where chaplains bring a cart of fresh food, tissues, mints and a knitted shawl to patients and families during the dying process. Families can…