Follow Christ’s Lead This Advent Season Every year, society expects us to celebrate the holiday season even bigger and better than years before. This year, coming together to reclaim Advent and Christmas can be both humbling and fulfilling. As we excitedly await the birth of Christ, it’s important to remember the reason for the season: the newborn Servant of All.
With Christ ...
Parenting Workshop: Who’s in Charge? Promoting Personal Power and Preventing Power Struggles
Personal power is all about inner strength and the ability to get our needs met in appropriate ways. But we are not born with this ability, and parents must create an environment where children learn to use their personal power in a positive way. Come meet other parents in ...
Statement Condemning Violence and Racism Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church condemns violence and supports all efforts to end racism and promote justice and peace.
James 2:9 tells us, “If you favor some people over others, you are committing a sin. You are guilty of breaking the law.” If we truly have faith in Jesus we will not treat some people better than ...
Who Are Our Neighbors Summary
Discussions and responses on the demographic survey “Who are Our Neighbors” uncovered three major themes. See below for the demographic data presented in this survey.
Survey responses focused on continuing and expanding programs:
Outreach and engagement with our geographic community by shared meals, pantry assistance, fellowship, and collaboration on these with congregations near us, and with groups ...
The Skirl for July 2017 Click here to read about:
Praying with art
Photos from Vacation Bible School
Half-way update from the Church Finance Office
Meals on Wheels
Notes from the Session
Beth-El Back to School wish list
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