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Getting "Reel" for Advent

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and Cyndi and I got to spend ours with our daughter, Rachel, a minister in our Evangelical Presbyterian Church denomination who is serving as the Dean of Spiritual Formation at Montreat College, a Christian school in Billy Graham country near Asheville, North...

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Saturday in the Sanctuary

Posted by Pastor Ellis White on

This weekend we will once again move our Saturday service to the Sanctuary for those who would like to have their Sunday morning free to watch the Seahawks crush the Panthers. It’s worth noting that every week, our Saturday service is identical to our 10:45 am service, so if you normally...

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Tags: sanctuary, saturday, worship

The Spirit Is Working

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

Sunday after service, a long-time member came up to me and said, “Wow, the Holy Spirit was really working this morning. Something is happening in our congregation. It feels like the days when we were worshiping in the gym!” For those of you who have come since 1994 (the last time we...

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Festival of Hope Overturns the Tables

Posted by Julie Hawkins on

We still have space available for the Women's Breakfast! Reserve your seat now! Every November, the Gathering Place at Chapel Hill is filled with beautiful, fair trade products from around the world for Festival of Hope Weekend. For many of us, our Christmas shopping begins and ends at...

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Tags: fair trade, festival of hope, gig harbor fair trade, ethical shopping

A festival of stories

Posted by Cathy Lee on

Festival of Hope is about stories. It’s about craftsmen, artisans, farmers—people our God created and loves deeply. It’s about the power our purchasing decisions have to employ parents, empower women, and restore dignity to our brothers and sisters around the world. Over the...

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Tags: festival of hope, papillon marketplace, gig harbor fair trade

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