Posts from 2016

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2016 Parade Float

by Alan

    A fantastic team effort has led to our float for 2016! It is a great way to spread the Word! Photos courtesy: Hartford BID

August 2016

by Alan

If we have to put up with all this mud-slinging and name-calling until November 8, Lord, help us. Ninety-nine days between August 1 and November 8—Election Day. Ninety-nine days of Hillary Clinton calling Donald Trump unfit for office. Ninety-nine days of Donald Trump calling her “Crooked Hillary.” Unfortunately, things don’t stop with the candidates. Visit […]

The Body of Christ

by wmadministrator

The Bible treasure verse is, “Now you are the body of Christ, and individually members of it.”  1 Corinthians 12:27. The Bible point for the unit is “We’re a part of Jesus body, created to do his work.”

April 2016

by Pastor Sharon

What’s Next?  Christ is Risen!  He is Risen Indeed! Christ is Risen!  He is Risen Indeed! Christ is Risen!  Now return to your everyday routine. It’s true, isn’t it?  Easter’s exciting!  It should be, because it changes everything that is, that was and that ever will be.  Christ is Lord of Heaven and Earth and […]

The Beatitudes

by wmadministrator

We’ll learn all about the people whom Jesus tells us are blessed. The Bible point for the unit is, “God blesses those who follow Jesus!” The Bible treasure verses are Matthew 5:1-12.

March 2016

by Pastor Sharon

Praying for an Unremarkable Easter Easter approaches again.  And it approaches without a lot of hoopla.   Easter approaches again.  That Sunday marks the high point on the church’s annual calendar.   Christ rose from the dead!  Incredible!  Amazing!  Earth-shaking!   Eternal life is ushered in as death is ushered out. This awesome, history-changing news doesn’t seem to […]

Parable of the Sower

by wmadministrator

Our Bible Treasure Verse is Mark 4:9, “And Jesus said, ‘Let anyone with ears to hear listen!’” The Bible Point  is, “Love Jesus with your whole heart!”

February 2016

by Pastor Sharon

The season of Lent is already upon us.  Coming in such rapid succession following Christmas, we may scratch our heads a bit and wonder how we’re supposed to go from the joy and light and eager anticipation associated with the birth of Christ, to the seemingly somber darkness, penitential and difficult Lenten journey to the […]