Author Archives: fpadmin

2018/2019 – Six month review

Since the annual meeting will be here before you know it, I thought it would be nice to remind people about the first 1/2 of the church year. This was posted in Bridging a while ago, but if you didn’t take a look or want … read more.

SHARE THE PLATE – April and May

The April and May Share the Plate charity is the annual Kids to Camp appeal to support camperships for Sheep Pasture Nature Camp in Easton. 

Sheep Pasture Nature Camp, which is operated by the Natural Resources Trust of Easton, has 154 acres of farm, forest, meadows … read more.

Share the Plate – February

The Share the Plate charity for February is Health imperatives. Health Imperatives promotes healthy, safe, and vibrant families and communities. They support families and individuals who are struggling to cope with the devastating effects of poverty and violence, individuals who are worried about their health … read more.

If we cancel a service…

Winter weather is upon us!  At this point, the weather forecasts for the area do not suggest conditions that would require cancelling our service tomorrow.  However, we won’t make a final decision until 7 am tomorrow morning.  If there’s any reason to expect travel to … read more.

Mystery Baking

Connecting with the church’s December theme of “Mystery,” the entire group of children and youth worked together with A.J. Derby and Louella Mann to see what would happen when heavy cream was poured into a mason jar and shaken by all members of the group. … read more.

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Studying White Supremacy

We will be continuing this series in January by reading White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo together. We will meet after coffee hour for discussions on January 6th (through Chapter 5, which ends on p. … read more.