Posts by vermonthills


Staying Connected 1.16.20


Posted By on Jan 16, 2020

You Did It!  Through your generosity, VHUMC paid 100% of our apportionments in 2019.  You rock! Labyrinth  Another opportunity to walk the labyrinth in cozy warmth!  It will be set up in Fellowship Hall this Sunday.  After worship, take a meditative stroll (coffee time will be in the lobby.) The Stitchuation  We’re finishing warm items for SMYRC, an organization which assists homeless LGBTQ+ youth.  Our next gathering is Monday, Jan...

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More Fully Human


Posted By on Jan 14, 2020

The past week’s conversation was about being fully human.  During the sermon, we asked some questions about Jesus’ humanity and how that might shine some light on our humanity. The idea of ‘full humanity’ is a web of overlapping and interlocking ingredients such as: Age Family Personality Race Gender Class Religion Sexuality Time/Era Region/Nationality Watch the video below or listen to the podcast audio...

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It is not too early to get started on “The Church of Us vs. Them”. This book will provide the weekly topics of our BrainStorming sessions in February, March, and April. Each week Pastor Bo will engage the chapter in this book and then pair it with a challenging view from church history. Our hope is to be a part of the solution and not to contribute to the problem. Here is the publisher’s preview of the book: We are...

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The Poems of January


Posted By on Jan 14, 2020

We have begun reading a poem each week during the worship gathering. These poems are getting lots of positive feedback and so we wanted to link to them so that everyone can follow up with any poem that they connected with. Here are the poems of January (so far): The Birthday of the World by Marge Pierce On the birthday of the world I begin to contemplate what I have done and left undone, but this year not so much rebuilding New...

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Staying Connected 1.9.20


Posted By on Jan 9, 2020

ImBible Study  Jesus moved to Wednesday nights at 7:00! We resumed this week, at 7:00 pm in the Fireside Room, where the Sunday morning series ended, with the 9th chapter of Luke. Great, insightful conversations – give it a try! Second Sunday Spiritual Practices  This Sunday, Jan 12, we’ll be walking the indoor labyrinth.  If you’ve never done a labyrinth walk, John Espy will be on hand to give you tips on how best to experience...

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