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Meet the team! (Haiti 2015)

Our 2015 Haiti Team has been forming over the last couple of months, but on Sunday (3/1) we finally had our first official team meeting. We’ve got an awesome group this year: 12 people total, with five youth and seven adults. 316 more words


I go to church.*

*just not on a sunday. 

So, on Sunday I was taking a service at one of my smaller churches. Usually this congregation has 30 or so people there, but this morning we had two of the uniformed youth groups there. 626 more words

The Church Suffers from Warnings of Harvard Founder Unheeded!

Did you know Harvard was founded by a Puritan? What happened to the institution created to Glorify God? Hundreds of years later, the seminary at Harvard was instrumental in rejecting the supreme authority of God’s Word and it’s spiritual inerrancy, infallibility, and sufficiency, opening the door to the apostate liberal churches of today. 241 more words


Chapel Notices for Week beginning 1 March 2015

Last Sunday was a wonderful time of fellowship. Phil led the worship in the morning and Our preacher was our own Pastor Rodney Orr. Several visitors were welcomed who were on holiday and it was good to see so many of our regular members, too. 200 more words

March 2 - John Wesley

From the Bible

Read Ephesians 2:1-10

But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions—it is by grace you have been saved. 556 more words

Cloud Of Witnesses


I recently went on a retreat that truly amazed me.

Initially, I was reluctant to go…and wasn’t sure why.  I found this out after two days of prayer and singing…not well, but I sang.   177 more words

Irish Potatoes

Had it not been for the Irish potato famine in the mid-1800s, I would have grown up in an entirely different town. As a little girl, I didn’t know the connection between Hubbardston and the potato blight that drove millions of Irish to Canada and the United States. 308 more words