October 22, 2017 Worship Bulletin, Prayer Concerns, Announcements

Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost    October 22, 2017   10:30 am   Meditation   Thesis 22: Celebration and worship are key to human community and survival and such reminders of joy deserve new forms that speak in the language of the twenty-first century. Thesis more »

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October 15, 2017, Worship Bulletin, Prayer Concerns, Announcments

Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost   October 15, 2017   10:30 am  Meditation   Thesis 37: To honor the ancestors and celebrate the communion of saints does not mean putting heroes on pedestals but rather honoring them by living out lives of imagination, courage and more »

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Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost October 8, 2017   10:30 am  Meditation   Thesis #9: All are called to be prophets, which is to interfere with injustice. Thesis #12: “Jesus does not call us to a new religion but to life” (Dietrich Bonhoeffer). Spirituality more »

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October 1, 2017, Worship Bulletin, Prayer Concerns, Announcements

Gathering in Worship Offered by the People of the Church of Christ, Union and First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost World Communion Sunday October 1, 2017   10:30 am    Meditation   For the whole Church which is throughout the whole world possesses  one and the same God.   —St. Irenaeus From there more »

September 29, 2017 in News, Weekly Bulletin by

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World Communion Sunday Worship Service with First Christian Church, October 1

October 1 is World Communion Sunday!  Each year churches around the world celebrate World Communion Sunday as a deliberate way to recognize God’s work in all its many forms. Union Church and First Christian Church have a long tradition of celebrating our unique common heritage (both churches were founded by Rev. John G. Fee) by more »

September 28, 2017 in Consider, News by

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Stephen Ministers at Halfway Point with Training Sessions

With the completion of a week-end “retreat” during which we covered six of the Stephen Ministry Care-giving Training Modules, our Stephen Ministers have reached the half-way point. We are very pleased to report that all eight are still enthusiastic! Our weekly sessions will continue through November. Below are several comments from our group.  -Betty Hibler, for the more »

September 28, 2017 in Consider by

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October Newsletter, Consider….

World Communion Sunday Worship Service with First Christian Church, October 1 Here We Stand: Called to Life From the Pastor Stephen Ministers at Halfway Point with Training Sessions October Musical Notes October News of the Family, Medicare & Health Insurance Info Session, KFTC Halloween Spectacular, Birthdays & Anniversaries Celebration of Traditional Music October 26-29  Kentucky more »

September 28, 2017 in Consider, News by

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Celebrating 5 Years of Ministry with Rev. Rachel

    

September 27, 2017 in Consider by

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Bring Hope to Hurricane Victims through Church World Service

In the wake of two devastating hurricanes, CWS’ Domestic Disaster Program has been activated to reach out to vulnerable communities. It is because of supporters like you that we can connect more people to the supplies, information and other resources they need to recover. That’s why we feel it’s so important to keep you in more »

September 27, 2017 in Consider by

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Kentucky Council of Churches Annual Assembly October 19 & 20 in Louisville, KY, all welcome!

Topics to be discussed include: Members of Kentucky Council of Churches’ Creation Care committee will discuss “Environmental Privilege.” Dr. Charisse Gillette, president of Lexington Theological Seminary, will lead the workshop “Working to Remove Systemic Privilege.” A workshop discussing our 2018 theme “A House Divided” will be led by representatives from the Kentucky Rural-Urban Exchange. They more »

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