Posts Tagged: City

Jubilee House “All Saints Service” on Dec. 28

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Central United  Methodist Church will be holding an “All Saints Service” to honor our friends that have died since October 2013. All are invited to attend the service. The Jubilee House Memorial Cross will stand in honor at the altar of Central United Methodist All Saints Service. Central United Methodist Church 222 Cass Street Traverse… Read more »

Engaging the Word: Readings for 12/28/14 (First Sunday after Christmas)

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Facsimile edition of William Tyndale's 1525 English translation of the New Testament. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

By Barbara Klugh Isaiah 61:10-62:3; Psalm 147; Galatians 3:23-25; 4:4-7; John 1:1-18. Go to www.lectionarypage.net to read or print the weekly lectionary text. In this week’s readings we hear a song of thanksgiving to God for the vindication and redemption of God’s people in Jerusalem, Paul teaches us that we become children of God through… Read more »

Joining the apprentice experience

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By Jo Panter Director, Apprentice Traverse City I recently read an article on how to evaluate return on investment (ROI) as a measure of profitability from meetings. Things like time spent, facility costs, quality of agenda, information presented, and quality of interaction by those who are present are included. Did it create a greater proficiency… Read more »

Engaging the Word: Readings for 12/14/14 (Third Sunday of Advent)

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Sermon of St John the Baptist by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1526 - 1569). Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

By Barbara Klugh Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11; Psalm 126; 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24; John 1:6-8, 19-28. Go to www.lectionarypage.net for the weekly lectionary text.  In this week’s readings, we have more beautiful poetry of hope from the Book of Isaiah, Paul gives us more instruction on living as good Christians, and John the Baptist confounds the priests,… Read more »