Monthly Archives: February 2014

Table manners

We have been taught different table manners. Some of us grew up with strict rules around how to hold silverware or set the table or how to chew. Others of us learned through observation and still others of us have … Continue reading

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Conflict transformed

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, March 5 and concludes with Easter, April 20. Lent comes from a word that means “to lengthen,” referring to the lengthening of daylight hours as spring approaches in the northern hemisphere. Lent, which lasts 40 … Continue reading

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Quack, quack, quack! Guess who’s coming to town?

The one-and-only Olivia Bartel will be with us on Sunday, February 23. Olivia is the Director at Camp Mennoscah. I’ve asked her to come talk with us about the beloved camp community. Hopefully she brings the one-and-only AeroDynamic Duck, local … Continue reading

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Who’s JEBB and what’s this about a book?

J stands for Jesse Graber (fiddle and vocals) E stands for Eric Schrag (guitar and vocals) B stands for Bethany Schrag-not related to Eric (extraordinary vocals) B stands for Ben Regier (mandolin and vocals) Book stands for their repertoire. The … Continue reading

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The boy(s) behind the camera

To the left is a picture of Joel. Joel can be found in the balcony most Sundays. Often close beside Joel is Phil (pictured below). The two work hard together to make sure there is  video recording of the service … Continue reading

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Three of my friends

Rainbow, meet my good friend and colleague in ministry, Joanna Harader. She will be your preacher on Sunday, February 16.  You can learn more about Joanna by visiting her blog, Spacious Faith. Joanna will preach on the beloved messy community. … Continue reading

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Train, train go away

When we were looking for a house in Rosedale I told Jesse that I didn’t want a train track to separate our home from our church.  I got over it and it’s been fine for the most part. In fact, … Continue reading

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