“When Dreams Become Nightmares”, Rev Kathy King-Nobles, October 13, 2019

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“Religious Affections”, Rev Dr James Bortell, October 6, 2019

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William Kreeb, former director of Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House, Ginger McKee, Director of Advancement at Cunningham Children’s Home, September 29, 2019

This weekend we will be celebrating 150 years of United Methodist Women and their ministries that literally spread around the world. For the 9:30 service, we’re pleased to welcome representatives from 2 of our United Methodist Children’s agencies: (MORE)

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“Deep Green Gospel”, Rev Cappel (Province IV Environmental Network Coordinator) from The Center for Religion and Environment of the University of the South, September 22, 2019

There is a lot going on this weekend. Our Margaret Parrett Endowment for Religion, Culture and the Arts is hosting a series of events called:  DEEP GREEN FAITH: HEALING OUR SPIRITUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE Here is a quick rundown of some of (MORE)

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“Blue Zones: Plant Slant”, Rev Kathy King-Nobles, September 15,2019

Our kids would all agree. When there’s a problem to be solved, an illness to recover from, or a task to be undertaken, I’ll almost always ask, “Did you drink enough water?” They usually don’t even wait for me now – they’ll (MORE)

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“Blue Zones: Worship Matters”, Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles, September 8, 2019

This week we continue our series on “Blue Zones.” We are trying to learn how to put more health and happiness into our years. Last weekend we looked at 1) the importance of having a clear purpose; and 2) the need for (MORE)

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“Blue Zones: Know Your Purpose & Downshift”, Rev Kathy King-Nobles, September 1, 2019

We continue our focus on the Blue Zones this week (bluezones.com). The Blue Zone Project, informed by the world’s longest-lived cultures, helps you live longer, better. (bluezones.com). (MORE) 

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“Blue Zones: Live Longer, Healthier, Happier”, Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles, August 25, 2019

What if I offered you a way to live a longer, happier, healthier life? What if this plan offered ways to avoid the modern chronic diseases – heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes? How much …(MORE)

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“How We Treat…Our Family & Friends”, Rev Kathy King-Nobles, August 18, 2019

This weekend in worship, we’ll focus on a few more verses from the Sermon on the Mount: Matthew 5:21-24. It’s another scripture that focuses on our relationships. And specifically these verses focus on our relationships with those closest to us. (MORE)

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“Reflections from Summer Mission Trips”, Rev Kim Burke & Justin, Gavin, Emily, Makayla, August 11, 2019

Earlier this summer, junior high youth went to serve in Madison, Wisconsin, and senior high youth went to serve in Kansas City, Missouri. In each trip, we were able to see God working in other communities and we were able to be a small part of that work. (MORE)   

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“Are You Sure You Want to be Blessed?”, Rev Kathy King-Nobles, August 4,2019

During the month of August, we’ll be slowly walking through the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7). I hope the few number of verses designated for each day will give you a chance to ponder and reflect on the deeper meaning (MORE)

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Rev Kathy King-Nobles, July 28, 2019

In the book of Proverbs, so many of the verses of wisdom have to do with our “tongue”. What we say; how we say it; and what is the intent behind our words. This week-end in worship, our scriptures will remind us (MORE)

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“Dealing with Strong Emotions”, Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles, July 21, 2019

This weekend we will continue with our theme of Spiritual Health, borrowing from the book, Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, by Peter Scazzero. (MORE)

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