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You are invited to celebrate the end of the school year a family BBQ. There will be water games and fun for kids. All are welcome!
Pastor Annie Ricker will be commissioned as a provisional elder as part of the Great Plains Annual Conference gathering in Topeka. You are invited to be part of this powerful worship experience and celebrate this milestone with Pastor Annie.
Larry has traveled and performed with several well known artists starting with the Dixie Melody Boys in 1987. He spent the next eight and a half years playing harmonica and percussion and was a part of the Singing At Sea Gospel Cruise. Larry’s personal ministry has taken him throughout the U.S. and Canada where he…
The Day of Pentecost is the fiftieth and last day of the Easter season, when the Church received the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2). We will celebrate the day in each of our worship services.
You are invited to a farewell event and meal for the Conard Family on Sunday, June 9 at noon in the Great Room of the Family Life Center. Please bring a dish to share. During this gathering, there will be a time for Andrew to share some reflections on his time here in Berryton, as…
You are invited to a drive-in movie night in the parking lot with popcorn and drinks. In case of inclement weather, the event may be moved inside. Bring a friend and enjoy the fun!
You are invited to this program by Teresa Hatfield to learn more about brain health. What are the things that affect your memory? Nutrition, medications, exercise, grief, health conditions, and learning styles. There will be a light lunch following the program. Contact Sharon Wiedmaier at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Like Elijah passed the mantle to Elisha, the use of signs and symbols can visually represent the change of pastoral leadership. This will be Pastor Andrew’s final Sunday in worship. There will be a special ritual at the end of both worship services to mark the pastoral transition in memorable ways.
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