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Church News

Junk in the Trunk Flea Market August 25, 2018

Got junk in your trunk? New Life will host a Junk in the Trunk Flea Market in it’s parking lot on Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 8 am until 2 pm. New Life is looking for sellers! Here are the Application and the Seller Guidelines documents. For more information, call Amy at 740-687-6364. Proceeds will…

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Taize Service to be held July 29, 2018

Many describe the unique, interdenominational Taize Service as “spiritual, not religious”.  Maybe because it is simply 45 quiet minutes of prayer, reflection, meditation and music. Come to this beautiful service on Sunday, July 29, 2018 at 7 pm at New Life. It is open to anyone wanting to experience the presence of God in a…

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Join the Wednesday Morning Group

All are invited to New Life’s Wednesday Morning Group for Holy Conversation at 10:30 am in the church parlor. The group is currently reading Accidental Saints: Finding God in All the Wrong People. Here is how Amazon describes the book: “What if that person you’ve been trying to avoid is your best shot at grace today? …And…

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Chocolate and Your Spiritual Life

Christ and the Chocolaterie is an original, innovative, and lively Lenten course inspired by the film Chocolat, based on the bestselling novel by Joanne Harris. Using characters in the film as a starting point for exploring issues about God and the world, this series has group sessions on the themes of giving, acceptance, and change. Each session includes…

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Deacon Josh to speak on prison ministry

Josh Butler

Do you enjoy–and learn from–the Deacon’s Dismissal series? Some folks at New Life remember Josh Butler, the author of that series, from several years ago when he served as a deacon at New Life. In addition to being a deacon and a talented, insightful writer, Josh engages in prison ministry. In fact, so do some…

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Harvest of Friends Social a Success!

Harvest of Friends Social for Adults with Disabilities provided a meaningful and enjoyable afternoon.   On October 14, 2017, New Life hosted the Harvest of Friends Social for Adults with Disabilities.  We are thankful that our guests and caregivers had a meaningful and enjoyable experience here at New Life.  From an idea started with some markers,…

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Community Hymn Sing returns in August

The Lake Township Historical Society along with the Uniontown Lions’ Club is holding a Hymn Sing on August 17 in the big tent during the Lions’ Club Festival on the grounds of the Hartville Marketplace. More than 350 people attended last year’s hymn sing and many requested that another one be scheduled for 2017. The…

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School Ingathering Blessing is August 13

colored pencils

The first day of school for most Lake Local students is August 17. (Kindergarten students begin the following week.) Lake schools are beginning the school year early, although their start date is not the earliest in the county. One of New Life’s outreach projects is collecting school supplies for the children. Many stores have sales…

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New Life Picnic – August 27

New Life will celebrate Holy Eucharist at the Boettler Park pavilion on Sunday, August 27 at 10am. After the service activities are planned for all age groups to enjoy. And, of course, the picnic food should be delicious. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be supplied. Bring your own beverage and a side dish to share….

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Centering Prayer Sunday: A Quiet Hit!

sally goodall

New Life’s “Centering Prayer Sunday” on July 9, 2017 began with Morning Prayer officiated by Interim Rector Fr. Phil Kunder. Following the service, Sally Goodall spoke to congregants and guests about Centering and Contemplative Prayer. This type of prayer brings us into closer communion with God and requires practice! Congregants were led through 20 minutes of…

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