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Souper Bowl of Caring, February 5, 2017

by Heather Bruner

Souper Bowl of Caring, February 5 As Super Bowl LI approaches, our youth will join other churches and groups across the nation participating in the Souper Bowl of Caring: an event meant to support local charities battling hunger in our communities. The youth group will host a soup luncheon following the 10:30 am worship service […]

Manger Build, December 3, 2016

by Heather Bruner

Join us for the second year as we build mangers and hear the Christmas story. Dads (or granddads) and kids are invited to the Fellowship Hall on Saturday, December 3, 9-noon. (Moms get the morning off!) Donuts, coffee, juice and materials will be provided – just bring a hammer (or two)! Roy Nicka will lead […]

More Than Yes

by Jack Miller

Later this evening, six of our young people will share their statements of faith with the Session of the church and declare their desire to join as members this Sunday. Since January, Cohen, Sydney, Rachelle, Lisette, Eliza, and Ben have attended weekly classes, worked on projects, worshiped, and served as they learned more about what […]

Communion in the Digital Age

by Jack Miller

According to a recent Pew Research Study, 92% of teenagers reported going online at least daily, and 88% of teenagers have or have access to a smart phone or cell phone. Teenagers are spending most of their online time being social. American teens are connecting with one another, and in a variety of ways. Fully […]

Sea Island’s Got Talent

by Jack Miller

Jesus told a parable about a man going on a journey. Before his departure, he entrusted huge sums of wealth to his slaves. There seems to be an unspoken expectation that the slaves will develop this wealth, ensuring it grows and produces a return. The term that Jesus uses to describe this wealth and property […]

Reflections on a Week of Hope

by Jack Miller

On Sunday, June 21, a crew of youth and adults from Sea Island loaded up their suitcases and sleeping bags and hit the road for Charleston, SC to participate in a mission trip called “Week of Hope.” Just three days earlier, I learned how much hope Charleston needed during the week we would be there, […]