Prayer for the Week: March 22, 2017

In this Third week of Lent we read in the scriptures of Jesus encounter with a woman in a Samaritan town. He asks for a drink, she wonders why a Jew would take anything from a Samaritan, and he tells her he would gladly give her “living water” and never be thirsty again. She ponders more »

March 22, 2017 in Kent, Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week, Worship Board by

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Kentucky Council of Churches

Legislative Updates from the Kentucky Council of Churches

Kentucky Legislative Updates Important for Prayer and Action: The deadlines for new House and Senate bills were last week. This means no new bills will be filed for the rest of the General Assembly. It doesn’t mean that our work is done. Committees, and the House and Senate are busy hearing testimonies and voting on more »

February 23, 2017 in News by

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The Campus Christian Center’s Statement of Support for Our Muslim Students and Colleagues

We join with many around the world who reject both the premise and implementation of President Trumps executive order banning travel, refugee resettlement, and immigration from 7 predominantly Muslim countries. Here is the letter from the Willis D. Weatherford, Jr., Campus Christian Center of Berea College, issued this morning: The Rev. John G. Fee, the more »

January 31, 2017 in Announcements, Mission and Service Board, News by

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Berea College Statement on Recent Immigration Bans

From: Lyle D. Roelofs <lyle_roelofs@berea.edu> Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 8:25 AM Subject: Community Information Regarding Executive Order Dear Bereans, As you are aware, on Friday, January 27, President Trump issued an executive order that immediately suspended entry to the United States by citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen for at more »

January 31, 2017 in Announcements, News by

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Prayer for the Week: January 29, 2017

Rev. Rachel in her sermon today on the Beatitudes stressed the reifying nature of Jesus inaugural sermon in the Gospel of Matthew. By blessing those seemingly without blessing, he challenges the status quo both for those in unfortunate circumstances, and for those who didn’t think it had anything to do with them. In these “troublous” more »

January 29, 2017 in Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week, Rachel, Sermons by

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Why Men Should March Saturday: An Open Letter from Rev. Kent

To Men of the Church: The much-noted Women’s March set for Washington, D.C. takes place this Saturday. As of this writing there are now sister-marches planned in over 600 cities, world-wide, including Lexington, Kentucky. I, and many other men from our congregation are going to these marches. Here is why I think you should consider more »

January 18, 2017 in Kent, Pastor Log, Sermons by

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Ushers Needed for Christmas Services… Can you help?

Christmas ushers are welcomers who bring warmth no matter what the weather is doing. We need a few more people to help us welcome visitors and guests for 2 services on Christmas Eve, and one on Sunday morning, Christmas day. You can sign up just by clicking below! Spots and times are listed there!   more »

December 15, 2016 in Worship Board by

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Condolences and Condemnation of Violence in Cairo and Istanbul

Bombings in two places where Union Church funds have been used to help support poverty, refugee, and migrant relief programs were addressed in a joint statement from the United Church of Christ and the Disciples of Christ. These two denominations partner via One Great Hour of Sharing. Just 2 months ago Rev. Kent had visited more »

December 14, 2016 in Consider, Mission and Service Board, Newsletter item by

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Double Your $, Drop the Deficit!

Double Your $, Drop the Deficit! We’ve got a budget gap for next year. Generous members have come forward with matching funds that will double any increase or new pledge for 2017. One time gifts, too! $100 becomes $200! $500 becomes $1000! $2000 becomes $4000! And every dollar is a child getting to go to more »

December 6, 2016 in Church Council, News by

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Bethlehem Besieged: Things YOU can do!

As we journey toward a metaphorical Bethlehem to celebrate the birth of Jesus, the real Bethlehem and hundreds of other Palestinian communities are under siege, literally walled off by Israeli government occupation. Christians in the Holy Land are Palestinian and therefore subject to all the laws of apartheid policies. An international “Boycott, Divestment, and Sanction” more »

December 4, 2016 in Mission and Service Board, News by

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