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Clarity on our church projects:  The key elements listed in Mike Hebert's column on this page have been discussed for more than a decade.  Church leaders reconvened after the May congregational meeting and agreed that those priorities as listed would not preclude

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Always Celebrating: The celebration points of our church are obvious:  the energy and presence of our children and youth, our growing multi-culturalism, a growing core of young adults, our role in interfaith work, the joy of worship with a variety of musical offerings and liturgi

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Public policy matters . . . for those who are engaged in the political process and for those who aren’t because decisions made at the ballot box and by elected bodies affect us all.  As a church, however, we will not be engaged in partisan politics such as endorsing candidates or promoting political parties. 

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Mass Transit Reform affects the entire region but only residents within the city limits of Baton Rouge, Baker, and Zachary are eligible to vote on Saturday, April 21.

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As you know, church consultant Dan Hotchkiss will be working with church members and church leaders on Saturday morning, March 3, to listen and to guide us in our next steps in becoming that full-service, fully programmed, and better-run church in a region that e

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An Open Christmas Letter 

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Silence was golden. Surely, no parent missed the great lesson demonstrated at the re-dedication of the Peace Stones on 9/11 at our church. We spoke of the meaning of silence in the sanctuary.

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