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Grant and scholarship applications for our summer disbursement have been available for almost a month and they are due on May 31 (that’s this Friday)! Please remember to get your application in by the deadline. Applications are available on the rack outside the office door or on the website (on the documents page). Facebook Twitter Buffer…
Grant and scholarship applications for our summer disbursement are available. You can find the applications on our documents page or on the rack outside the church office. All applications are due to the church office by May 31. Facebook Twitter Buffer…
If you read my columns in the Carillon Notes, then you know that I’m embarking on a personal project during Black History Month. I’m trying to add Black (or predominantly Black) media to my usual media diet. Admittedly, I wasn’t as active in my search for media this week as I was last week. Sometimes, life gets in the way, and even good projects get pushed to the side. That said, I do want to highlight a few items that I’ve come across in the last couple of weeks that I think are good: Black History Month Includes Black Queer…
If you read my columns in the Carillon Notes, then you know that I’m embarking on a personal project during Black History Month. I’m trying to add Black (or predominantly Black) media to my usual media diet. Because I’m looking to change my media diet, I’m not looking so much for books or articles, even though I have been reading a few articles. That’s because those kinds of media tend to be one-off. Once I’ve read a book, I’ve read that book. And while I might read that book again sometime, it isn’t something that I’ll keep reading day in…
Way back in June, we had a baptism. James and Brianne stood at the front of the church, and I held a kind of squirmy Kaelyn, and I baptized her in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. And it was a wonderful day. We welcomed Kaelyn into our family… our little corner of the Kingdom of God. And, later, someone asked me how I felt about what was obviously my first baptism. And I laughed it off. But the truth is, that wasn’t my first baptism. It was just my first baptism that…
The winter Endowment grant applications and scholarship applications are available on the website! You can find the general grant application here and the scholarship application here. Applications are due on December 3, 2018 Facebook Twitter Buffer…
A while ago, I heard a song by Death Cab for Cutie on the radio. If you’re wondering about the name of the band, it’s from the song “Death Cab for Cutie” by the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band (don’t ask). The song is called “Gold Rush,” and it’s about a man watching his neighborhood change and thinking about losing all of the places that he and his former lover used to go. But it has this line that’s resonating with me as we move into fall: It seems I never stopped losing you. Just before my first Sunday…

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Ash Wednesday (February 26)

Ashes to Go

Can't make it to worship? Join Pastor Chris in the church parking lot for ashes to go on Wednesday from noon to 1pm (weather permitting).

Dinner and Worship

Join us at DeWitt's United Methodist Church for a light dinner at 6pm and worship at 7pm.