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The Panoramic Journey

The Panoramic Journey

Among the important items I brought with me to Ebenezer in September, 2016, was this important resource, Temporary Shepherds: A Congregational Handbook for Interim Ministry. The author retells the experience on a 30-mile hike in the Green Mountains of Vermont....


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Christmas at Ebenezer

Advent Season Schedule

O, come let us adore Him! You are invited to join us as we celebrate the Advent season. Sunday, December 3 Advent I Worship 10:30 a.m., Church Sunday, December 3 Advent Fellowship 4:00 p.m., Parish...


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Christmas at Ebenezer

Christmas is a-comin’!

In the Dreier household we have a collection of Christmas music we begin listening to right after Thanksgiving. And that quotation is from what has proven to be one of our favorite songs. Come around early...


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God is Great, God is Good

Once upon a time a man grew very sad. Because of the hardships in his life, he was losing faith in himself, in other people, and even faith in God. One rainy morning he ventured to a small neighborhood restaurant for breakfast. Other...


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The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

We are just weeks away from the 500th anniversary of the Reformation! That is, it was what happened on October 31, 1517 in Wittenberg, Germany that is considered the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. On that day a not–very–wellknown monk and theology professor named...


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Green Season

Green Season

In the church season we’re in now, “Time after Pentecost,” the paraments on the altar, pulpit and lectern are green, a symbol of growth. The Gospel lessons tell us of the teachings and miracles of Jesus, that we may...


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The Fruit of the Spirit

The Fruit of the Spirit

As I write this letter, we are making preparations for Disciple Camp 2017. We have 23 children & youth, six high school counselors, and 12+ adults that will be at Camp Kinard, July 23-27....


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Gathering at Ebenezer

Koinonia and The Sense of Belonging

Two apostles walk into a Jerusalem coffee shop. Paul says, “Now that Jesus sent us out to change the world, I’m going to help people believe like Christians.” James says, “Nah, I’m going to help...


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