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At The Gate

At The Gate by BD I wonder what it’s like at the beginning of our new Life gone will be the days of sadness of pain, of worry and strife As I recollect my life in whole and await our Master’s call will it be quick, painless or hurting as He stands before me, tall…

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…

Easter 2017

The church for our Easter 2017 services was beautiful. The front doors were adorned with Forcythia wreaths, the planters in the front of the church filled with yellow tulips, and the daffodils that were planted in the front of the church a couple years ago, were starting to bloom. It was in the 80’s this…

Palm Sunday | unitedriversidechurch.org

Palm Sunday April 9, 2017

What is Palm Sunday? Palm Sunday is one of the most important days in the Christian calendar after Christmas and Easter. Palm Sunday is the day we celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, one week before His resurrection (Matthew 21:1–11). As Jesus entered the holy city, He neared the culmination of a long…

St Patricks Day Luncheon | unitedriversidechurch.org

St Patrick’s Day Luncheon March 19

Join us after services for our St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon on March 19. Tickets are $ 8.00 each. Enjoy an Irish dinner of ham, potatoes, cabbage, carrots, along with Irish desserts. Come join us for a great service and then a delicious lunch. Don’t forget to wear something green! Even if you’re not Irish, everyone’s…

Epiphany Sunday

Glad to see those that made it out to church today! What a glorious day today turned out to be! Sunny, clear skies…yes it was a bit chilly, but it’s Winter! The sun and the clear skies definitely made up for the chilly temps. The numbers were a lot lower than we usually have, but…