LashBrooks, April 2

Our Sanctuary becomes the Hungry Ear Coffee House on the first Saturday of each month. Doors open at 7:30 pm; the performance starts at 8:00. A $5 donation is requested and canned goods for the Community Assistance Center are always welcome.

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Bob Bakert on January 2

Bob Bakert has lined up some very talented friends to perform with him at the Hungry Ear on New Year’s weekend. Bob Bakert’s style is acoustic, Pop, R&B, and light jazz. On Saturday, he will be accompanied by Chris Riggenbach on bass, Mark Tucker on piano, and Mark Letalien on drums. Bob has served as the wonderful producer, host and […]

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Northwest Real Estate Offer

David at the podium

On Sunday, October 4, 2015, David Morgen, congregational president, shared with the congregation that a real estate developer had provided Northwest a proposal to purchase the church’s property. David strongly emphasized that the offer was “only an offer” and no decision has been made on the course of action to be taken.

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Frank Hamilton and Pat Terry on Oct 3

Frank Hamilton, co-founder of the Old Town School of Music and Bill Rappaport, former 2nd chair clarinetist for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra put together a night of swing/jazz tunes from the Great American Songbook. Classic tunes from the likes of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Johnny Mercer, and Jerome Kern take on a jazzy style with Frank playing acoustic guitar and […]

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Friends, an Anchor in Our Search

David Stewart

My call to you this Sunday is to think about the friendships you have had and how they have enriched your life, how they have helped you on your spiritual journey. Reflect on those in your life that have helped make the good times and the challenging times more blessed. I encourage you to reach out to those who have made an impact in our lives and let them know. If you still can, thank them with a kind note or an extra hug. Relish these old friends that you can afford to be stupid with. Consciously make room in our ever-crowded, busy, hectic and sometimes too comfortable lives for new friends.

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Happiness – Is it really a choice?

A woman with colorful striped socks sitting on steps with "Don't worry be happy" written in colorful chalk on the steps.

Glenn Koller

All of this teaches me, at least, two lessons. First, I believe that a general aura of happiness is not entirely in my control and I have to come to grips with that. Second, I have to look for even the small things in everyday life that can be triggers for equivalent or disproportionate reactions of happiness. I’m workin’ on it!

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