I know that some of you will have to stay home today due to health concerns. Here are the notes that I will using for both Sunday School (chpt 4 of Us vs Them) at 9:25 am and then my sermon on “Time and Worship” at 10:45 am I hope that you will be able to follow along if you want by watching the FB live feed either here  https://www.facebook.com/VermontHillsUMC/ or on my personal page https://www.facebook.com/BoCSanders I...

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Us vs Them week 3 recap

Posted By on Feb 20, 2020

Week 3 Quick summary of the week 3 discussion of “The Church of Us vs Them” You can also listen to the podcast audio here: https://vermonthillsumc.org/podcast/us-vs-them-week-3-recap/

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Design (Sermon)

Posted By on Feb 18, 2020

Everything has design. We notice when it is poorly designed. Spirituality also needs design. You can also listen to the audio podcast here: https://vermonthillsumc.org/podcast/design-words-make-worlds/

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Us vs Them (preview)

Posted By on Jan 31, 2020

This Sunday (9:15 am) we begin The Church of Us vs. Them book study. Below is the reading schedule and then a preview (with video) of the 7 conversations that might come out of it over the next 3 months (Feb/Mar/Apr). Here is the reading plan: The Church of Us vs. Them: BrainStorm Schedule Feb 2               Introduction: Beyond Enemies? Feb 9               1. The Strife among Us    15 Feb 16             2. The Enemy-Making...

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Church: Words Make Worlds

Posted By on Jan 30, 2020

Our word for last Sunday was “church” Please enjoy this video of the sermon or listen to the audio podcast here: https://vermonthillsumc.org/podcast/church-words-make-worlds/ You can also watch a short preview video below.

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Important UMC Update (Jan 2020)

Posted By on Jan 23, 2020

If you have not heard the big news … listen to this interview on OPB [link]  and read the letter from our Bishop Elaine Stanovsky: This morning United Methodists around the world received a word of hope that the strife that has racked our Church might find a peaceful end. A group of sixteen United Methodist leaders from around the world, who hold a wide range of theological and social convictions, have negotiated protocols for a...

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