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This Sunday, December 5, at Walnut Hill Church…

Dec. 3, 2021: THE SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT See below for COVID PROTOCOLS. Hope,  10am, Trinity Hall “Hope” is our focus for the Sundays of Advent as we explore what the practice of hope might bring to the Advent season and to our lives.  Visit “See Hope” to view a brief video introduction to Sunday’s lesson. Nursery care will be available. MORNING WORSHIP, 11AM, SANCTUARY Sermon - In Real Time Text - Luke 3:1-6 Lighting the Advent Candle The Sacrament of Holy Communion For…

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Greetings to all!

Dec. 1, 2021: During the Sundays of Advent we are exploring “Hope” (see below) including the practice of “seeing hope.” In these days of ongoing pandemic and random violence, the practice of hope is important for our lives individually and together.  Consider the following from Charlene Jin Lee… Where do you see hope in your worshiping community, in your neighborhood, and in the larger world?  Some days, hope can be easy to find.  We see hope in community meals where…

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This Sunday, November 28, at Walnut Hill Church…

Nov. 26, 2021: THE FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT Sunday’s activities will be INDOORS. See below for COVID PROTOCOLS. Hope,  10am, Trinity Hall “Hope” will be our focus for the Sundays of Advent as we explore what the practice of hope might bring to the Advent season and to our lives.  Visit “Hear Hope” to view a brief video introduction to Sunday’s lesson. Nursery care will be available. MORNING WORSHIP, 11AM, SANCTUARY Sermon - Hope Is Not a Plan Text - Isaiah 9:1-7 Lighting the Advent Candle…

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Nov. 24, 2021: Thanksgiving Day is upon us, filled with food, football, and the gathering of family and friends. In the midst of all the festivities, let us remember to “give thanks.”  Consider the following prayer for your reflection and use… Most gracious God, by whose knowledge the depths are opened and clouds release the rain:  We offer hearty thanks and praise for the return of seed time and harvest, for the increase of the ground and the gathering of…

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This Sunday, November 21, at Walnut Hill Church…

Nov.19, 2021: THE TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST CHRIST THE KING Thanksgiving Cornucopia Sunday’s activities will be INDOORS. See below for COVID PROTOCOLS. Sunday Conversations, 10am, Trinity Hall “The New Creation Story” will be the focus of this Sunday’s conversation as we explore the relationship between our understanding of creation and spirituality. Use reply email to request materials related to Sunday’s conversation.  Nursery care will be available. MORNING WORSHIP, 11AM, SANCTUARY Sermon - From the Inside Out Text - John 18:33-38 Thanksgiving Cornucopia -…

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Greetings to all!

Nov. 17, 2021: This Sunday, November 21, is the Sunday of Christ the King, a relatively new addition to the church calendar, finding its origins in the early 20th century. Rather than a return to “Christendom” in the political sense, to proclaim Christ as King is to acknowledge that Jesus’ teaching to love God and neighbor is binding upon his disciples, and to proclaim that the love of God will prevail over those forces that would divide and degrade humankind.…

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This Sunday, November 14, at Walnut Hill Church…

Nov. 12, 2021: THE TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Learning about B.U.I.L.D. CONGREGATIONAL MEETING Sunday’s activities will be INDOORS. See below for COVID PROTOCOLS. Sunday Conversations, 10am, Trinity Hall B.U.I.L.D. (Building a United Interfaith Lexington through Direct Action) will be the focus of this Sunday’s (10am) conversation. Matt Huffman, from BUILD, will be our guest. Use reply email to request a fact sheet regarding BUILD.  Nursery care will be available during the conversation hour. MORNING WORSHIP, 11AM, SANCTUARY Sermon - Don’t Be Alarmed Text -Mark 13:1-8 Greetings…

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Greetings to all!

Nov. 10, 2021: Tomorrow, November 11, is Veterans Day, which has its origins in the armistice that ended World War I on November 11, 1918.  In the “Afterward” to his book, To The Last Man, Jeff Shaara writes about the veterans of “the war to end all wars”… The men who return home in 1918 bring with them the horrible memories and the lessons of their experience that inspire numerous articles and books, all insisting with perfect certainty that no…

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This Sunday, November 7, at Walnut Hill Church…

Nov. 5, 2021: THE TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST ALL SAINTS’ SUNDAY Sunday’s activities will be INDOORS. See below for COVID PROTOCOLS. Sunday Conversations, 10am, Trinity Hall St. Clare of Assisi will be the focus of this Sunday’s conversation.  Not only was Clare a companion of St. Francis of Assisi, she also has a compelling life story and witness of her own.  Visit St. Clare for a brief video biography.  Use reply email to request materials related to Sunday’s conversation. MORNING WORSHIP, 11AM, SANCTUARY Sermon…

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Greetings to all!

Nov. 3, 2021: This Sunday (Nov 7) we celebrate “All Saints’ Sunday,” including those saints known to the whole church and those known only to a few.  Consider these thoughts from Thomas Merton about the ancient saints and how their example might inform our living… The saints of the 15th century are among those who most move me.  In the collapse of medieval society, corruption of the clergy, decadence of coventual life, there emerge men and women of the laity…

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