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Mother's Day: Mary

by: Karl Smith

05/07/2021

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In anticipation of Mother's Day, we're looking at some of the mothers found in the Bible. Today, Mary.

It's impossible to talk about mothers in the Bible without talking about the woman who bore our Lord and Savior. "From now on all generations will call me blessed." And so we do ...

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Mother's Day: Hagar

by: Karl Smith

05/06/2021

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In anticipation of Mother's Day, we're looking at some of the mothers found in the Bible. Today, Hagar.Like we said yesterday, it's not always simple. Hagar was a maidservant to Sarah, Abraham's wife. Hagar became pregnant with Abraham’s child and that created a lot of friction between her and Sarah. She fled toward her homeland but an angel told her to return, promising her numerous descendants through her son, Ishmael. Her story has more plot...


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Flowers in the sanctuary for Mother's Day

by: Karl Smith

05/05/2021

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As is our tradition, our sanctuary will be brightened for Mother's Day by the addition of geraniums, dedicated to the honor and memory of women important to many of our congregants. Since we don't have bulletins to highlight these dedications, here's where our 2021 geraniums came from:

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Mother's Day: Sarah

by: Karl Smith

05/05/2021

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In anticipation of Mother's Day, we're looking at some of the mothers found in the Bible. Today, Sarah.The stories aren't always simple. Sure, it's easy to paint Sarah as the portrait of patience, waiting decades for God to fulfill His promise of Sarah bearing a son. However, Sarah did have her doubts. After all, she was only human. In the end, of course, as He always does, God fulfilled his promise.Genisis 21:5-: Abraham was a hundred years old ...


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Mother's Day: Jochebed

by: Karl Smith

05/04/2021

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In anticipation of Mother's Day, we're looking at some of the mothers found in the Bible. Today, Jochebed.When most people see that name, the response is a furrowed eyebrow and "who?" But everyone who's been through Sunday School knows her story. You know, placed her baby in a basket made of reeds, where the baby was found by Pharaoh's daughter. Yes, Jochebed was Moses' mother, showing early on that mothers will always find creative way...


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Mother's Day: Eve

by: Karl Smith

05/03/2021

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In anticipation of Mother's Day, we're looking at some of the mothers found in the Bible. Today, Eve.When someone mentions Eve, the first reaction is usually a negative one. After all, she took the bite out of the apple then tempted Adam to do the same, right? Like all of us, she wasn't perfect and committed sin, but she's also the Bible's first mother and, in turn, the mother of all mankind....


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The annual conference is a "Go!"

by: Karl Smith

04/22/2021

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Sessions for this year's  Eastern Pennsylvania Annual Conference (May 20-22) are all set. You can get all the details on the conference website.


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Time for a family sing-along video contest

by: Karl Smith

04/11/2021

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From Lindsey Lillis  Henriquez, our Sunday School director:

We used this song during VBS a few years ago and would love to have families make their own version of the music video. The best one wins a Target gift card! The deadline is April 25. You can send any questions to Lindsey via email

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Order Mother's Day flowers

by: Karl Smith

04/05/2021

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From the Chancel Committee:

Although Mother’s Day is still over a month away, we need to start thinking about our flower order for that day.  Because orders need to be placed soon, we will be accepting orders for geraniums April 11, 18, and 25th.  The cost per plant will remain at $5.00 per plant.  So think about all those women in your life that you would like to honor by either placing a flower in our sanctuary or donatin...


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Office closed Monday, new (albeit temporary) hours in place

by: Karl Smith

04/04/2021

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The church office is closed Easter Monday and office hours have temporarily changed to 9 a.m., to 1 p.m. at least the remainder of the month. We may find it necessary to go to four days a week (fully closing on Friday), but we will communicate that when it's necessary to do so.


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Another winner!

by: Karl Smith

03/28/2021

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Our Easter Egg Hunt has been a great success and we're so happy to have so many people participate and make Hatboro more colorful. 


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We've stopped online registration for Easter

by: Karl Smith

03/28/2021

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To ensure we are able to adhere to COVID-19 safety protocols, we've stopped the online registration for Easter Sunday services. But if you'd like to attend, we encourage you to call the church office - 215-675-2110 - and we'll work with you to find a slot. We can't wait to celebrate His resurrection together!


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More winners

by: Karl Smith

03/26/2021

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The hunt for the Golden Egg continues! Scarlet Chairmonte found number Golden Egg number 3 at Lochel'ss bakery and the Pfeils found number 4 at LUHV vegan bistro. Thanks to all our businesses for participating. 


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We have a winner

by: Karl Smith

03/23/2021

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This little guy found the golden egg in the window of our neighbor, Amy's Pizza. You can join in the fun of our virtual Easter Egg Hunt and help make our community a little more colorful. Get the details here


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Join our Easter Egg Hunt

by: Karl Smith

03/21/2021

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Yes, it will be different than Easter Egg Hunts in previous years, but it will still be fun. Download this coloring page and have your child decorate it as they see fit. Then display it in a window for all to see.

Businesses up and down York Road in town will be doing the same thing, so we can all share in the ...


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