Second Sunday after Epiphany
January 20, 2019
10:00 AM Worship
and Sunday School !!

      More than Enough

Sunday's Scriptures

Part of the good news of this story, here at the start of John’s gospel, is that Christ’s glory can be revealed in the midst of an everyday event – a party, a meal, a human gathering. Jesus Christ can come to us with extravagant gifts of relief and certainty and gladness and community – gifts that cheer us, the way wine cheered the people at Cana. And that isn’t frivolous. It’s essential to the Christian life -- for you and me and all the people in every time and place that Jesus Christ came to bless. - Carla Pratt Keyes

Yes there is Sunday School this Sunday, January 20
led by Debbie Ruisard

A reflective service focused on the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. based on readings from "Letter from a Birmingham Jail." Music will foster a time of reflection as we focus on the letter he wrote specifically to faith communities calling for action. All are invited to hear his words and reflect on what they mean for us today.

Monday January 21
7 PM – 8 PM
Church of the Holy Spirit (CHS)
3 Haytown Rd, Lebanon, New Jersey 08833

--Hosted by "Wrestling with Racism,"
 a group of Hunterdon County faith leaders 
and community members wrestling with
 the challenge of racism in our day.

Hosting families in need of shelter

Help us host families in need of shelter, January 6 to 20. We provide a place to sleep and home-cooked meals with help from the Immaculate Conception Church in Annandale, the Lebanon Reformed Church, Stanton Reformed Church, and the Whitehouse United Methodist Church. This is in cooperation with Family Promise of Hunterdon County, a local affiliate of Family Promise.

Google Spreadsheet Volunteer Sign-up

Volunteers share in the following: 

  • Unloading and room set-up
  • Meals: preparing and/or serving
  • Overnight hosting
  • Weekend hosting (2 hour segments)
  • Grocery shopping
  • Room clean-up and "the move" to the next church
  • Laundry
There are many ways to help!  
You can even watch some videos with some familiar faces to get an idea of the volunteering opportunities:
The Pledge:
While interacting with members of my own faith, or ethnic, or gender community, or with others, if I hear hateful comments from anyone about members of any other community, I pledge to stand up for the other and speak up to challenge bigotry in any form.

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