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Tonight’s Movie is Postponed

Snow 2 Feb 22 2015

Thank you God for the moisture that we are getting with this snowstorm!

We will still be having regular church services today. If you are driving in to town for the service please travel safely.

But the purpose of this post is mostly to let you know that due to the weather conditions we have decided to postpone the movie “Droughtland” that was scheduled for tonight. We will reschedule at a later date and let you know.

Snow Feb 22 2015



Brotherhood/Sisterhood Week 2015

brother sister hood week

Third week in February

Every year since 1934, Brotherhood Week has been proclaimed by the president of the United States, sponsored by the National Conference for Community and Justice (formerly, the National Conference of Christians and Jews), and observed by the country as a whole. The original idea was to set aside a week each year when people of all faiths would get together, discuss their differences, and reaffirm the human brotherhood that underlies the variations in their religious beliefs.
Now known as Brotherhood/Sisterhood Week, schools, churches, synagogues, civic groups, and other organizations across America celebrate by bringing together people of different faiths and backgrounds.
The decision to celebrate Brotherhood/Sisterhood Week near Washington’s Birthday called attention to George Washington asa symbol of America’s commitment to freedom from racial and religious prejudice. When Washington was president he wroteletter to the Hebrew congregation in Newport, Rhode Island, in which he assured them that in this country there would be “to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance.” This quotation has become practically a slogan for the National Conferencefor Community and Justice which, in addition to organizing this observance, is engaged in a continuing effort to promote interfaith relations.
Article above came from: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/ 

Youth fundraising

valentine cookies

Don’t forget to pick up your Valentine cookie if you ordered one from our Youth.

  • You can pick it up at the church tonight Feb.11 while you’re at WiFi Wednesday
  • or pick it up on Friday Feb. 13 at the Railroad Depot before their Valentine Dance. 
  • If you didn’t pre-order your cookie for your Valentine you still have a chance to support our Youth group by stopping by their table at the GH School Craft/Bake Sale on Saturday which is Valentine’s Day.