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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Fair Trade Holiday Bazaar Calls for Vendors

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Nov 2 Fair Trade Fair: Call Out for Vendors!   What a joy it was last year to partner with Global Gifts Fair Trade Nonprofit and local producers, artisans, and other do-gooders to provide a venue for good missions and good goods! The response was overwhelmingly positive so, of...

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Citizenship = Others First

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Watching, for even a moment, the coverage the other day (June 6, 2019) of the commemoration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of D-Day, can one fail to be in awe of the courage, conviction and commitment—in other words, the citizenship—of those who crossed the English Channel fully...

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Sunday Night: Intergenerational Vacation Bible School Day Two

Posted by Lisa Lorentz on

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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A History of Union Chapel, Part 1: 1822 - 1897

Posted by Sharon Moore on

Union Chapel is moving into the future. And, to appreciate where we are going, it is helpful to understand where we have been. No story of Union Chapel Church can be separated from Union Chapel Cemetery. In 1822, Jacob and Elizabeth Whitinger began clearing land in north-central Marion...

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