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Welcome Baby Small Stokes!

Congratulations to Rev. Rachel and Leslie Small Stokes on the birth of their son, John Stephen “Jack” Small Stokes, at 12:10am, October 9, 2016. Jack is a healthy 7lbs 6 oz. Blessings on the whole family, and welcome Jack to this wild and wooly, wonderful world! They have asked for some car seat tips and more »

October 9, 2016 in Community Life and Growth Board, Consider, News, Newsletter item, Rachel by

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Rev. Kent Visits Syrian Refugee Camp

We arrived in Jordan last night and today went with the Orthodox Initiative, a ministry of the Middle East Council of Churches, to a refugee camp of about 300 persons, just a kilometer or two from the Syrian border. Supported by One Great Hour of Sharing giving, the OI is trying to help people here more »

September 27, 2016 in Kent, Mission and Service Board, News, Sermons by

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Prayer for the Week: August 29, 2016

Who’s on first? Who is the fastest? Who does dad like best? All of the energy and worry we place into getting noticed and gaining prestige is called into question by the gospel passage from Luke read during Sunday’s worship service. In Luke 14, Jesus says to those gathered to stop trying to sit at more »

August 29, 2016 in Kent, News, Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week, Sermons by

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Prayer for the Week: August 1, 2016

When asked to decide an inheritance case in the Luke reading this week, Jesus refuses with the admonition to “be on guard against all kinds of greed.” Rev. Kent reminded us that greed for money was only one of the divisive forces. Greed for control and power that drives patriarchy and racial privilege is another. more »

August 2, 2016 in Kent, News, Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week, Worship Board by

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Open Letter To Our Berea Police In Light of Current Tragedy

At Sunday Worship, Rev. Kent read an open letter he wrote to Chief Gregory of the Berea Police. He invited all who wished to join him in thanks for the ways our police force has led the state to reduce the chance that any one here would suffer harm in their dealings with the department. more »

July 10, 2016 in Consider, Kent, News, Newsletter item, Newsletter item, Sermons by

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Prayer for the Week: July 10, 2016

The parable of the Good Samaritan from Luke is a reminder that Jesus was all about overturning a world of division. The news this week has been fraught with unjustified killings: two more black men at the hands of police officers, and 5 police officers at the hands of a man driven mad by his more »

July 10, 2016 in Kent, News, Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week, Sermons by

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Prayer for the Week: June 26, 2016

In this week’s gospel reading from Luke 9:51-62, Jesus “sets his face to Jerusalem,” and takes his followers there from the north on route through hostile Samaria. Along the way, some try to join him and are dissuaded, others offer to come but have other obligations first. Jesus wastes no words telling them which things more »

July 6, 2016 in Kent, Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week, Sermons by

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Prayer for the Week: July 4, 2016

This week we celebrated the declaration of our countries independence from Great Britain 240 years ago. In worship we shared this prayer, adapted very slightly from one by Nathan Attwood, pastor of Millbrook First United Methodist Church, Millbrook, AL, and offered by worship leader, Carla Gilbert. Holy God: in this week in which we celebrate more »

July 6, 2016 in Kent, News, Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week by

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Rev. Gail Bowman’s Sermon Available Now

We were blessed to host worship during the 2016 Berea College Summer Reunion, Sunday June 12. Rev. Gail E. Bowman, director of the Willis D. Weatherford, Jr. Campus Christian Center brought the sermon, and by popular demand we are pleased to make her manuscript available here. Many thanks to her and to President Lyle Roelofs more »

June 16, 2016 in Announcements, News, Sermons, Worship Board by

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Memorial Day 2016: Remembering in Prayer

War is a terrible human failing: it represents the absence of better minds, better hearts at the highest levels wreaking death on the defenseless and poorest people on all sides. The desire to serve and protect life, liberty and happiness for all, however, is a noble one. When conflict is thrust upon us, or chosen more »

May 30, 2016 in Kent, News, Newsletter item, Pastor Log, Prayer of the Week, Sermons by

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Weekend Masses in English

Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
12:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Weekend Masses In Español

Saturday Vigil: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:00am, 7:15pm

Weekday Morning Masses

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am

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