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Staying Connected 3.7.19


Posted By on Mar 7, 2019

Don’t forget to Spring Forward on Saturday night Sunday is “Hat Sunday!”  Wear your favorite hat to worship (men, too!) Woah, so much going on this Sunday!  Watch this video on Facebook: Hat Sunday Set your clock forward and wear a hat Posted by Vermont Hills UMC on Thursday, March 7, 2019 And for those who don’t do Facebook, here it is on Youtube: For this Sunday, we’re reading Chapter 28 of We Make the Road by...

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Catch Up On Sermons (3/2019)

Catch Up On Sermons (3/2019)


Posted By on Mar 5, 2019

The ‘We Make The Road By Walking’ series has been intense and interesting. Here is a list of the last 4 sermons (video) but you can always listen to the audio podcast as well [link]

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Staying Connected 2.28.19


Posted By on Feb 28, 2019

Is Jesus for the powerful or the powerless?  Here’s a new video on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VermontHillsUMC/videos/368185100670926/ And for those who don’t do Facebook, here it is on Youtube: For this Sunday, we’re reading Chapter 27 of We Make the Road by Walking: “A New Identity” BrainStorming with Bo will be covering “L is for Liberation.”  Here’s an overview. The Traditional Plan passed.  Now what?  Here...

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3 Kinds of Christianity

3 Kinds of Christianity


Posted By on Feb 28, 2019

This Sunday (March 3) we are going to tackle two really interesting approaches to the same topic. At 10:30 our question is, “Is Jesus for the center?” or for the lowly? or for the powerful? or for us all? It is going to be really good conversation! Just before that gathering, we are covering something similar at 9am in BrianStorming (formerly Sunday School) with “L is for Liberation”. Check out the PDF below...

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This weekend in BrainStorming with Bo (formerly Sunday School) we are going to address two connected ideas. The first subject is social justice .Why is the term ‘social’ needed in that formulation? Is there a type of justice that is not social? We will tie this in to truly Methodist ideas called ‘social holiness’ and ‘practical divinity’. Then we will turn our attention to the idea of ‘the...

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