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It’s cold and flu season…

…but you can do something about it

Advice from the parish nurse...

Worship assignments

The January-April schedule is now online

Take a look and mark your calendar...

The Old Colony Comfort Dog

Community fundraising begins…

Get the details...and spread the word

Just sitting there…

Not good for people…or churches

The pastor's message for January




What’s new… 

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Don’t leave Jesus in the crib

Christmas should not be an event we celebrate once a year, then put away the Christmas decorations and the Manger Scene for another year. Christmas is not just a religious tradition but an event that blesses you everyday. Please listen to this message of hope no matter what day it is.

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Get moving !

I have written few articles for the Beacon that do not mention the role of exercise (moving) in improved health, wellness, and quality of life. It is equally important in the management of Chronic Pain. Chronic Pain has emerged as a significant public health issue; more so than cancer, heart disease or diabetes.  It is…

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Noel! Noel!

Homilies of the Christmas Season The sermon for December 6 God has given you gifts and callings in life. What are they and how can they bring us closer to Jesus? This proclamation will help give greater purpose and meaning to your life, especially those day when you may not feel you are valued. Then this…

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Season of reflection

The sermon for November 1 What exactly is the Reformation and what does it have to do with your life today? This sermon looks at how the Reformation is relevant today and for eternity. This promises to be a great guilt relieving message. The sermon for November 8 How can you have a life filled…

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A lot of music…and heart!

Approximately 50 people attended the Tony DeBlois Concert on Sunday night, November 8 at CLC. The 41-year-old blind from birth, autistic, savant musician played his keyboard and harmonica for over 2 hours. Tony sang original songs, including Christian contemporary hymns along with show tunes and new music from his upcoming Christmas CD. Attendees enjoyed food…

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When good food goes bad…

Don’t eat it if it has been sitting out for more than 2 hours and wash your hands! Food-borne illness comes from eating food left out too long or that is contaminated during preparation. The most common food-borne germs include Salmonella and Campylobacter species, Escherichia coli (E coli), Clostridium perfringens, Staphylococcus aureus, Listeria monocytogenes, Toxoplasma…

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Looking forward to the future

  “Without counsel plans fail, but with many advisers they succeed,” Proverbs 15:22 ESV The Lord has blessed us at CLC over the past 5 weeks with some very good planning. First, almost 30 CLC members attended the Revitalization Seminar on Saturday, October 17. Pastor Eric Sahlberg led us through a three-hour session working with…

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