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Pastor’s Newsletter Message – January 2017

~ A NEW THING ~ “Do not remember the former things, or consider the things of old. I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth. Do you not perceive it?” ~Isaiah 43:18, 19a Dear Members and Friends, One disadvantage to writing an old-fashioned paper newsletter is that it throws off a […]

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Director of Music Ministries

Anne Carper Smith—an@bhccml.com Glad Tidings of Joy! Thank you to all of the families of our Cherub Choir members, who did a great job sharing their musical gifts with the congregation on December 18: Aiden & Ella Belardi Abigail Boisvert Chris Bruder Owen Geis Ellena & Elise Gibbs Autumn Grella Calvin Kocher Elaine Mackey Claira […]

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NEWS FROM THE DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS

Amy Grella — am@bhccml.com ALL Youth, from preschool through 8th grade, are invited to the fourth annual Sunday-after-Christmas Pajama Party, on January 1, from 9:30—10:30 a.m., in the Lounge (room 110). There will be no children’s sermon. Please report directly to the Lounge at the beginning of worship. The nursery will be open that day. […]

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Welcome New Members

Sandra Caffo (Friend) Brian & Melissa Harman Children: Graham, Cormac (“Mac”) Nathan & Brianna Ivey Children: Adelaide, Lucinda Linda James Alexander (Friend) & Rachel McElroy Children: Clara, Michael (“Cal”) Keith & Laura McGaha Larry Sirinek Laura Swedler

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Pondering from the PA

January can be a very sad month. The parties are over, the decorations are boxed up and the days are dark and dreary. For the church, we move into that intermediate season that separates Christmas from Lent—sometimes referred to as Ordinary Time. So how can we approach these days and transform them? Many of us remember, […]

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