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This was leg one for the buckets..last Sunday's blessing and bucket brigade! ... See MoreSee Less

This was leg one for the buckets..last Sundays blessing and bucket brigade!Image attachment

Today the clean up buckets are on the second leg of their trip to the Bahamas! Thanks to the folks at the Church World Service Depot at Center congregational in Meriden CT. They now await the 18 wheeler to pick them up to go to the central depot and then on for hurricane relief🌝🌈 ... See MoreSee Less

Rev Larrimore Crockett will lead the choir at 10am worship on October 13, with Rachel Johnson as organist.
The Introit for the day is from Zimbabwe, "Uyai Mose" (Come all you people) and anthems include “Balm in Gilead” and
"Here, Master, in this Quiet Place”. For the children’s story Blessed Ngoma (see photo with his daughter) will share photos of the children in Zambia who receive the books the church is collecting for the Munali Youth Empowerment Program (MYEP). During the rest of the service the children will take part in either nursery care or in hearing more from Mr Ngoma. . Rev. Lise Sparrow will lead the worship service and offer reflections on the scripture for the day found in Jeremiah 29:1, 4-7 and Luke 17:11-19.
After the service everyone is invited to meet with Daniel Quipp (second photo), local Selectboard member and Southern Vermont Community Organizer for Vermont Interfaith Action (VIA). Daniel will share his latest efforts with us and identify ways we might collaborate with VIA in the future. The VIA Mission is: to create solutions to systemic issues
that prevent our most vulnerable citizens from enjoying the quality of life God intends for us all. Everyone is welcome.
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Rev Larrimore Crockett will lead the choir at 10am worship on October 13, with Rachel Johnson as organist.
The Introit for the day is from Zimbabwe, Uyai Mose (Come all you people) and anthems include “Balm in Gilead” and
Here, Master, in this Quiet Place”. For the children’s story Blessed Ngoma (see photo with his daughter) will share photos of the children in Zambia who receive the books the church is collecting for  the Munali Youth Empowerment Program (MYEP). During the rest of the service the children will take part in either nursery care or in hearing more from Mr Ngoma. . Rev. Lise Sparrow will lead the worship service and offer reflections on the scripture for the day found in Jeremiah 29:1, 4-7 and Luke 17:11-19.  
 After the service everyone is invited to meet with Daniel Quipp (second photo), local Selectboard member and Southern Vermont Community Organizer for Vermont Interfaith Action (VIA).  Daniel will share his latest efforts with us and identify ways we might collaborate with VIA in the future. The VIA Mission is:  to create solutions to systemic issues
that prevent our most vulnerable citizens from enjoying the quality of life God intends for us all. Everyone is welcome.Image attachment

Whoopee! Here comes the first solar panel! ... See MoreSee Less

Whoopee! Here comes the first solar panel!

Southern Vermont Solar began installing panels!
Here comes the Sun!
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Southern Vermont Solar began installing panels!  
Here comes the Sun!
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