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Did you know that we have a progressive Christianity Book Club meeting in our building? The club continues its exploration of recent studies on the origins of Christianity and the implications of these discoveries on religious practices of today by reading “Embracing the Hunam Jesus – A Wisdom Path for Contemporary Christianity”. The Author is David Galston, Ecumenical Chaplain at Brock University St. Catherine, Ontario. This non-church affiliated group meets on the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Lounge. Call Ed Stover at 715-362-8933 for copies of the current book or more information about the club.

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4 Comments

  • Margaret Baker says:

    Thanks for the newsletter. so many changes being discussed…..same as the church here it seems.
    We are having a Pancake supper on Shrove Tues evening complete with Mardi Gras decos.
    We are well, just returned from Las Vegas where a granddaughter got married. It was good to see all my children and meeting a new family, too. Best to get home from a place that costs $..!!
    We haven’t heard from anyone at church so wonder how Bible study group is doing…hopefully not stuck in the high snowbanks we hear of.
    Walter Jr and our granddaughter, Amber Foust, are living in our house this winter. Amber is now working at the hospital clinic and glad to be ‘up north’ again.
    Still planning to be home in May sometime.

  • Pat OGrady says:

    Two Questions:
    1. Do we have anything planned in response to the recent Hobby Lobby ruling or do we have connections that we can join with?

    2. Are there any plans to assist with the humanitarian crisis at the border? Are any of our sister churches involved? I would be available to assist or foster children.

  • Ellen Pine says:

    needing Dale Bishop’s email address for news from First Congregational Church of Burlington, VT. He has many friends here. Please accommodate if possible. Thank you

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