On Psalm 22

Psalm 22 reads: 6 But I am a worm and not a man, scorned by everyone, despised by the people. 7 All who see me mock me; they hurl insults, shaking their heads. 8 “He trusts in the Lord,” they say, “let the Lord rescue him. Let him deliver him,

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April 14th Announcements & Events

Smoky Row Youth Club! You packed 450 pounds of dog biscuits for the Sedona Grace Foundation last week! Impressive job! A multi-church, community-centered Easter Egg Scramble is being planned at Highlands Pres. on Holy Saturday (the Saturday before Easter). Volunteers are welcome! We WON’T be having the small Easter Egg

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Cutting Room Floor: Amos 7

This Side of Jesus: Let’s start with the way the early Church made use of today’s Amos passage. The early Church was trying to figure out how to manage the care of the hundreds of people who were deciding to keep faith with Jesus, and the chose servants–a word, “deacon,”

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April 7th Announcements & Events

A multi-church, community-centered Easter Egg Scramble is being planned at Highlands Pres. on Holy Saturday (the Saturday before Easter). Volunteers are welcome and needed! Today after the service we’ll stuff eggs for this event. We WON’T be having the small Easter Egg Scramble we’ve had in the past after our

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March 31st Announcements & Events

A multi-church, community-centered Easter Egg Scramble is being planned at Highlands Pres. on Holy Saturday (the Saturday before Easter). Volunteers are welcome and needed! Continue to bring in your “My Comfy Kits” Donations! Our Community Garden was awarded $1000 from Franklin County Community Gardens! We’ve also been awarded a total

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What is Lent?

What is Lent and the Lenten Season? By Jonathan and David Bennet – http://www.churchyear.net/lent.html Many Christians throughout the world observe Lent. Catholic, Orthodox, and many Protestants benefit from this annual season of sacrifice and simplicity…. In basic terms, Lent is the season before Easter…In many Protestant churches, the liturgical season

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