• Dear Congregational Family, 1. Fellowship Breakfast: On Sunday we had a wonderful, inaugural congregational breakfast and fellowship time! Around 160 people came for the breakfast! Thank you, Melissa…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. XYZ: It was held on Friday with record attendance! Thank you to Jody Garlick for an excellent presentation (and snacks!), and to Peggy Cox for a very delicious meal! Tha…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. XYZ will be held this Friday at church beginning at noon with a wonderful meal, followed by Jody Garlick, a registered and licensed dietitian, speaking about the importa…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929, but at his birth, he was named “Michael King, Jr.” He was originally named after his father, Michael King, Sr. who w…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. Epiphany Season: On January 6th we entered the Epiphany Season. Although Epiphany is barely observed by most churches, it is interesting that the early church celebrated…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. YES! Our world is filled with “no’s” and impossibilities, but in II Corinthians 1:20, God declares, “For as many as are the promises of God, in Him [Christ] they are yes…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. Yes, it’s Wednesday! 2. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! It’s hard to believe that Christmas is only four days away! The Good News that Christ was born was declared to the shepherds o…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. Incarnation: Almost everyone loves to celebrate Christmas, but often too little thought is given (even by Christians) to the mystery of the miracle of the Incarnation of…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. Sunday School Christmas Pageant: The pageant returns! Come and enjoy this wonderful pageant – “The SON has Come!” It will be on Sunday, December 11th at 4:00 p.m. A potl…

  • Dear Congregational Family, 1. Advent/Christmas Traditions: Our family has many Advent/Christmas traditions. One of them is going up to Zelienople and cutting down our Christmas Tree during the first…