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SUNDAY, JANUARY 25

8:45 AM—Bible Study Over Breakfast in the Parish House

Gather as early as 8:30 and share a continental breakfast. From 8:45 to 9:30, we will begin to discuss the lectionary readings for each Sunday and sometimes the daily lectionary readings for the previous week. The primary readings for this Sunday are Jonah 3:1-5, 10 and Mark 1:14-20. Child care is offered during the Bible study.


10:00 AM—Worship Service & Fellowship

Please join us for worship, and for the Coffee Hour immediately after the service in the newly accessible Parish House. There will be Sunday School during the service. My sermon will focus on both of the readings Jonah 3:1-5, 10 and Mark 1:14-20. I will pose the question, "When God calls us, is it sometimes with a warning?" Our Choir under the direction of Paul Merrill will sing, "Grace Alone," by Scott Brown and Jeff Nelson. We will all sing the hymn, "Jesus Calls Us o'er the Tumult." All are welcome!

2:30 PM—Communion Service & Hymn Sing at Clipper Harbor

You are welcome to come to Clipper Harbor of Portsmouth Care and Rehabilitation, 188 Jones Avenue in Portsmouth this Sunday at 2:30 to join in singing traditional hymns with residents. We will also celebrate Communion in this 30-minute service.

5:30 PM—Confirmation Class at North Hampton UCC

Our combined Confirmation Class with North Hampton UCC meets at their church at 295 Atlantic Avenue this Sunday. We will focus on the topic of Justice.

WHAT KIND OF CHURCH OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST?

Look into the hearts of the people of the United Church of Christ.

You will see that across our church, the people in our pews hold diverse beliefs and come to their faith from many perspectives. That's something we're proud of in the United Church of Christ.

Being a part of the United Church of Christ means unity despite differences and extravagant love. Dreams of inclusivity have become a reality in many churches were people aren't judged based on how they look, what they believe, or who they love.

Capital Campaign: Reaching Up and Reaching Out

Blessings on all those who will be served by the outcome of this campaign: homeless families who will once again be able to sleep in our Parish House; physically challenged Food Pantry patrons who will be able to bring their bags of food upstairs on a stair lift; those using wheelchairs (young and old) who will find the Parish House to be accessible; and Christians who seek to worship in a house of God—and mark transition in their lives—in a church building that demonstrates our care for the values of Christ in how we care for the buildings we dedicate to the work of bringing about the kingdom. Bless you all for your participation in this joyful ministry of generosity.






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