Free Financial Workshops This Fall!

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Confirm Your Seat Now for Essential Financial Workshops Our upcoming financial workshops are sponsored and presented by the United Methodist Foundation -- an organization committed to supporting United Methodist churches in making disciples for Christ for the transformation of the world. They...

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Important Church Business Meeting Coming Up Nov. 6

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Members Asked to Meet November 6th Recently, Union Chapel's Unified Council has prayed over, discussed, and voted on two business issues that require a vote by the members of the church. (For those new to the church, a meeting where such a vote is taken is known as a Church...

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Tell Me More about "Hearts & Hands"

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The Hearts and Hands Ministry is a dedicated group of individuals who typically meet every other Monday here at Union Chapel with the expressed purpose of providing physical and spiritual comfort to individuals through the gift of a handmade fleece tie quilt.     Making the quilts is...

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The Sarcasm Font

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I’ve noticed, lately, an uptick in the injection of sarcastic remarks into dialogue on serious matters in our country.  Actually, more than an uptick—more like a flood.  How unfortunate!   What is sarcasm?  My online dictionary (via a Google search) defines...

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Sunday Night: Intergenerational Vacation Bible School Day Two

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Sunday brings Night Two of our very popular Intergenerational Vacation Bible School and you don't want to miss it! We're looking forward to another fun-filled night of learning and laughing. Just a hint: the snacks we're planning are going to be grrrrrreat and Noah will make another appearance!...

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The Hard News

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Just home from a hospital visit with a beloved parishioner.  Early this morning, I felt a nudge, a push—get up and go to the hospital soon.  Off I went. I sat in the quiet room for a half hour.  Quiet prayers.  Thinking about this good man’s life; imagining him...

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Taking in the Spiritual Colors of Fall

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Dear Friends:   I've been the primary dog walker in our home the past few days.  Chloe walks in the morning and just after she eats her supper late in the afternoon.  As we "fell back" into Eastern Standard time, we've adjusted, Chloe and I, so that the afternoon walk comes just...

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What Does It Mean To Seek?

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Dear Friends:   With the New Year, we have seen the efforts of many to "self-improve."  At the YMCA, for example, the parking lot is crowded, new faces flash on the check-in screen, the steps of the unfamiliar fall on treadmills and, of course, shiny new work-out clothes...

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