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February 2021 Newsletter

02.01.21

    Most of you know the word “lent” is not found in the Bible. It comes from an Old English word related to our word “to lengthen,” referring to the time each spring when the days begin to get longer.

    January 2021 Newsletter

    01.01.21

      I ran across a quote of the late British spy novelist John le Carre last week. That was the pen name of David Cornwell, who died this past Dec 12. Many of you may have read some of his 12 spy novels or seen the many movie versions.

      The Gift of the Magi

      12.20.20

        Originally published in a 1905 edition of The New York Sunday World, The Gift of the Magi tells the story of a young couple at Christmas when money is tight, offering important insight into the nature of gift-giving.

        December 2020 Newsletter

        12.01.20

          Happy New Year! This may seem a little early, but it is a reminder our new church year begins this Nov. 29. Unlike our secular calendars, which begin Jan. 1, the liturgical church calendar begins with the season of Advent, which means “coming.”

          November 2020 Newsletter

          11.01.20

            November is the traditional season for thanksgiving, and, for us here at the Kirk, it marks the end of our fall stewardship campaign.

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