Monthly Archives: December 2013

Come on ring that bell

One of the many things I loved about living in North Newton, and so close to Bethel College, was the fact that the chimes on campus accompanied me on my walk to church every day, and sometimes on my way … Continue reading

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Taizé tonight at 5:45 pm

Every first Wednesday of the month, a group gathers in a circle at the front of the Sanctuary at Rainbow for a simple service of prayer and song, known as Taizé. I was first introduced to Taizé services in seminary, and … Continue reading

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Over and around Argentine

I recently participated in a community-wide Thanksgiving Service in the nearby neighborhood of Argentine. Here is my Thanksgiving reflection in case anyone is interested. Argentine thanksgiving One of the highlights of this service was visiting with members of the Argentine Mennonite … Continue reading

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Extending the table with Arlie and Sue

For the past two months, a small group of Rainbow folks have gathered to sing hymns at Freedom Pointe. This is the current residence for Arlie Regier (pictured here on the far left, together with his wife Sue, next to … Continue reading

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