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Pastor’s Newsletter Message – July 2020

~ Sanctuary ~ “How lovely is thy dwelling place, O Lord of Hosts! My soul longs, yea, faints for the courts of the Lord…Even the sparrow finds a home, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may lay her young, at thy altars, O Lord of Hosts…” ~Psalm 84:1-3 Dear Members and Friends, […]

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Ponderings from the Parish Associate – July 2020

Peace? What is peace? Often, we think of it as the absence of war, but that is much too simplistic an understanding. We glibly affirm it in the Christmas phrase, “peace on earth, goodwill to men.” Jesus speaks of it as something he alone can give. And when he does give it, he affirms that […]

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Director of Christian Education and Youth Programs – News

Director of Christian Education and Youth Programs — Amy Grella — Love is (Still) the Answer I must confess that I have never been a regular news watcher. I like to keep myself informed just enough to be aware of topics that may surface in conversations. There have been so many events that have […]

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Session Report for Opening the Church

Session met on Monday, June 15, for a special meeting to consider the church reopening report of the BHCC task force. The following is a summary of their actions: They affirmed all the precautionary measures recommended by the task force for the opening of the building. • Limited doors available for entrance and exit • […]

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Mission Committee News

Help for Our Immigrant Neighbors Our immigrant neighbors living in Beechview, and serviced by Casa San Jose, have been unable to receive help from the government. They have been able to get boxes of food, but no diapers, baby wipes, or cleaning supplies. Did you know that a baby can go through 2,200 diapers their […]

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