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Dear College Avenue Friends, Ordinarily, at this time of the year, we would be in the midst of our annual stewardship campaign. We would be celebrating the pledges that we have received to fund our ministry plan for the coming year. But, this has not
It’s easy to get so busy in our daily lives that praying becomes the last thing on our list. However, in these uncertain times, the best refuge is seeking strength, comfort, and peace in God. We will gather in the Courtyard on Sunday, Oct. 25
Join us for a time of fellowship online every Wednesday at noon. Each week will be hosted by a different staff member. Whether you’re at home or on your lunch break, catch up with others from College Avenue even if you can only stay a few minutes.
How would you answer, “Our church is…?” The East District has asked us to submit a project with our replies. Take a selfie or (have someone take it for you) of you holding a paper/sign with your answer. Then send the photo to Nichole via email,
This is a 5-week enneagram personality study connected to discerning God’s on-going call for our lives, held over video chat, hosted by Michaela Holloway, the director of Campus Mentoring Ministry. The class will be on Sundays at 11 a.m. starting S
The Nursing Station at West View needs boys’ and girls’ new socks, new underwear, and gently used pants, sizes 4-12. Please leave donations in the bin outside the Church Office by August 25 or send a monetary donation to the church office
“The 1619 Project” is an ongoing initiative from The New York Times Magazine that began in August 2019, the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery. It aims to reframe the country’s history by placing the consequences of slavery
In late January, we made our Faith Promise commitments. A lot has happened since then, but our mission partners continue to serve our community and need our help. By catching up on our Faith Promise giving, we will be helping our mission partners to
We had a delightful, albeit hot, and sweaty outdoor service on July 5. We were amazed by how many of you braved the heat to join us for in-person worship. It was so hot we were more concerned about the dangers of heatstroke than were the coronavirus.
Pastor Karen will be beginning her research in Contemplative Prayer in the near future. She is looking for participants for her project. Participants will attend (either in person or via Zoom) an introductory retreat introducing the history and pract