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Go Forth, Rev. Rachel!: A Letter from The Moderator and Pastor

Dear Friends, As you will have read or heard,  Associate Pastor Rev. Rachel Small Stokes has accepted a call to become Designated Interim Pastor at Immanuel United Church of Christ in Louisville, KY. She will serve here until February 11, 2018 then assume her new duties as head of staff at church of her own. more »

December 11, 2017 in Announcements, Church Council, Consider, News, Newsletter item, Newsletter item, Pastor Log, Pastoral Relations Committee by

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O Lord, How Long? Prayers for Victims of the Las Vegas Shooting

Our hearts break this morning to learn of the deaths and serious injuries from the shooting in Las Vegas. This is now the largest mass killing in modern times in our country and again with anguish we lift our hearts to God and ask for comfort and strength for all who mourn. We pray that more »

October 2, 2017 in Consider, Kent, News, Prayer of the Week by

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Prayer of the Week — September 10th, 2017

We pray this week fully aware of so many in harm’s way from the storms raging across the US and Caribbean. Many have storms ranging more quietly at home, too. And so we pray together, keeping in mind Romans 13:14’s encouragement to “dress yourself in the light of Christ.” For so many in our world, more »

September 10, 2017 in Prayer of the Week by

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Prayers for the Week — September 3, 2017 — For Creation and Justice

This week, amid so many prayers for healing and reconstruction, we also lift up Pope Francis’ call for all faiths to pray for creation, and a prayer honoring our workers for Labor Day. Here are prayers for each: A Climate Blessing, written by Sister Joan Brown of New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light: We Hold more »

September 3, 2017 in Prayer of the Week by

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Prayer for the Week: August 27, 2017

This week our youth led us in a service inspired by one of the most basic texts of our faith: Micah 6:6-8. They were a powerful reminder of the importance of doing justice, lovingkindness, and walking humbly with our God. Here is a prayer they inspired: God whom we worship with all our hearts, transform more »

August 27, 2017 in News, Prayer of the Week by

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Prayer for the Week: August 14, 2017

Violence and intimidation by white supremacist hate groups dominated our thinking and deepened our sorrows this weekend. In the scripture readings yesterday we were reminded of Jesus walking across the water to the nearly swamped disciples. Peter asks for this ghostly figure to prove he is Jesus by telling him, “Lord if it is you, more »

August 14, 2017 in Announcements, Kent, News, Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week by

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In Memoriam: Andy Blyth

I write with the sad news that our beloved bard and troubadour, Andy Blyth died early this morning (July 27, 2017) at the Compassionate Care Center in Richmond. Andy had been hospitalized with breathing difficulties that turned out to be problems with two valves of his heart, one of which eventually sealed closed.  Sue and more »

July 27, 2017 in News, Newsletter item, Pastor Log, The Arts, Weekly Bulletin by

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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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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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