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From the Blog

Pastor’s Newsletter Message – October 2015

~ ~Things I Never Knew~ ~   “With gratitude in your hearts, sing psalms, and hymns, and spiritual songs.” ~Colossians 3:16   Dear Members and Friends, You could fill more than one book with the things I never knew. In fact, many books (surely most books) are already filled with exactly those things: facts and […]

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Christian Ed Director’s Newsletter Article – October 2015

Preschool through 4th grade are invited to attend Children’s Worship following the Children’s Sermon. Children will meet their parents in Fellowship Hall following worship. Grades five and up will attend worship at 9:30 a.m. with their families. Kids Care Children attending Kids Care childcare in Room 110, (lounge across from music room), during the Adult […]

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Music Ministry Update

The Cherub Choir, consisting of preschool through 4th grade, will begin on Sunday, November 1, during second hour. The choir’s first performance will be on Sunday, December 13, during worship for a special Christmas program. If you have any questions, please contact Anne Smith at .    

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Are you new to Bower Hill Church?

Would you like to find out more about our congregation, what we believe, why we do the things we do? If so, Pastor Snyder will be holding a “Newcomers’ Lunch” on Sunday, October 25, just after the worship service. This is an informal discussion time with the pastor and other newcomers. For those who decide […]

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A Note from Pastor Snyder

As you enter the sanctuary, consider sitting quietly and listening to the “prelude.” As you wait for the service to begin, you may use this time for quiet reflection and prayer. In the same way, you may wish to remain in your pew and listen to the “postlude” at the conclusion of the service. Both […]

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