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When vandals hit ~The vandalism investigati

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Sanctuary Renovation~ As you read this column, our teams are reviewing contracts and beginning the sanctuary renovation project, some signs of which we have already witnessed – LED light replacement in the sanctuary and added track lighting, for example.

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Progress on the Sanctuary Renovation ~ Proxies cannot be utilized in all meetings, but our first effort with proxies was successful for our congregational meeting on July 8, with a couple of forms not completed as we had intended.

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VOTE to release funds for Sanctuary Renovation project ~ Sunday, July 8, 12:45pm. Your Board of Trustees recommends a vote by the congregation to release available funds so the project can continue.  The ceiling li

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Sanctuary Renovation  ~ We have over $10,000 in contributions and committed pledges towards the $30,000 match for completing the Sanctuary Renovation project.  That means we're one-third closer to our goal.
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Opportunity #1~ Our church is now ready to enroll a church member in Red Cross CPR training. Send a note to the church or to me if you feel you could make such a meaningful contribution in being trained in the training of others.

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Our Intractable Society

Washington Post columnist Michael Gersen recently described America's gun debate: "It is one of the dirty habits of our political discourse that so many people use thermonuclear rhetorical weapons as a first resort.  It is not enough for defenders of gun rights to

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Spring jumps at us for too brief a moment in southern Louisiana. "Here am I.  Briefly," says spring. Poet e. e. cummings noticed the leafing greenly spirits of trees and so should we. Paying attention and staying awake are dual spiritual practices.

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Dear Members and Friends of the Congregation,

    In this new-year I asked the members of the Board of Trustees to consider with me the nature of the number 40.

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Men and masculinity?  Blogger Brent Ladd wants men to talk to each other, change their ways, and challenge conquest culture.

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