Sunday, May 28, 2017

Sermon: Called out and Set Free

January 25, 2015 Church of Peace, United Church of Christ Rev. Mariah Marlin-Warfield Mark 1:21-28 Called Out and Set Free My Grandpa Milt used to get up early to have coffee with a group of retired men in his little town on Long Island. This group adopted a motto which he just loved: “Often in […]

Sermon Preview: January 25

In a scene worthy of youtube, our Gospel story features Jesus confronting an unclean spirit. He looks directly at the man who was being tormented, and Jesus calls the demon right out. But get this, the demon recognizes Jesus! How do you recover from that? Join us for worship this Sunday when the sermon “Called […]

Sermon: When We Know Who’s Asking For Help

January 18, 2015 Church of Peace, United Church of Christ Rev. Mariah Marlin-Warfield Mark 1:14-20 When We Know Who’s Asking For Help There is a splendid kernel of wisdom I picked up from the Twelve Step communities, and you’ll also find it making its way through the popular circuit of leadership seminars. It goes like […]

Sermon Preview: Jan 11

Souper Bowl of Sharing

The Christian Education Committee invites you to lunch on Super Bowl Sunday, right after worship on February 1st. Bring a can of soup for the Food Pantry, or make an offering at your table.  The menu consists of a variety of soups, sandwiches, beverages and desserts. Remember, it’s Super Bowl Sunday, so wear your favorite […]

Annual Congregational Meeting

Game night

Winter is here, and what a better way to spend the time than with friends? Bring a favorite board game, cards, dominoes, game or whatever to share.  Tables are ready, so let’s fill them. Bring a snack to share, your own drink, and a friend and let’s have some fun. Friday,  January 23rd.  Doors open […]

Introduction to the Scripture: The Place Where the Star Stops and the Baby Cries

January 4, 2015 Church of Peace, United Church of Christ Rev. Mariah Marlin-Warfield Matthew 2:1-15 Introduction to the Scripture: The Place Where the Star Stops and the Baby Cries When I was in high school, my family moved to a small town in southeastern Pennsylvania. This is the kind of town where everybody is related […]