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Pastor’s Newsletter Message – April 2019

~ The Promise of Easter ~ “God raised the Lord and will also raise us up by his power.” ~ I Corinthians 6:14 Dear Members and Friends, Here’s an Easter poem written by Samuel Longfellow, the lesser-known brother of Henry: O Life that maketh all things new The blooming earth, the thoughts of men! Our […]

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Ponderings From the PA

Transitions in life seem to be occurring more rapidly as one ages.  The child you diapered a week or so ago now is in college.  The rotary phone is now a gadget you can use to do almost anything.  It is a challenge to keep up. Some of the transitions are quite difficult.  We downsize […]

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Director of Music Ministries – News

From the Director of Music Ministries Anne Carper Smith—an@bhccml.com Cherub choir for youngsters in preschool through 2nd grade will rehearse in the sanctuary from 10:45-11:15 a.m. on Sunday, April 7.  They will sing in Palm Sunday worship on April 14. Bower Hill is blessed to join up with the Shalom Singers, a South Hills Jewish choir, to […]

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Easter Week Activities

Maundy Thursday Communion Service Our annual observance of Maundy Thursday will take place on April 18 at 7:30 p.m., in Fellowship Hall.  This communion service relives the events that took place in the Upper Room on the night of Jesus’ arrest.  Children are welcome to take part.   Good Friday Community Service Good Friday falls […]

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Flea Market – Help Needed

HELP NEEDED Last year was a record-setting year for the flea market thanks to all your hard work.  We are hopeful that this year will be just as successful.  The spring Flea Market will be held on Saturday, April 6, and there are many opportunities to help.  Here’s the scoop: Final Collection — Sunday, March […]

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Family Promise

BHCC’s next hosting week for Family Promise is from April 28 through May 5.  The host week always starts on a Sunday afternoon and ends the following Sunday by 8:00 a.m. Many volunteers are needed to prepare meals, serve as evening and overnight hosts, drive, coordinate activities, purchase and organize supplies, and assist in many […]

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What is Bower Hill’s Eco-Justice Team?

Consider this quote from the Washington Post:                We are, “a planet drowning in trash.”  Every year, the world is making more of it. In 2016 alone, the world’s cities produced more than two billion tons of solid waste.  Americans produce a disproportionate amount, throwing away the equivalent of their own body weight every month.  […]

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