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May 18, 2022: Last weekend’s mass shooting in Buffalo could leave us speechless as another senseless act of racist violence, but we must speak.  We must speak against a culture that accepts, and sometimes glorifies, violence from its political rhetoric to its entertainment.  We must speak against a culture that tolerates, and sometimes encourages, racism in relationships and organizations.  Silence in the face of violence and racism is not an option.  But more is required than simply speaking “against” something.…

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This Sunday, May 15, at Walnut Hill Church…

May 13, 2022: THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER CELEBRATING COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS BRING YOUR OWN PICNIC NOTE - In light of several recent COVID cases in and around the Walnut Hill community, we have shifted this Sunday morning’s activities OUTDOORS, weather permitting. Bring a lawn chair or blanket for your use.  Folding chairs will be available. In case of rain, worship will be indoors with masks recommended, though not required. TAKE SPECIAL NOTE  THAT YOU ARE INVITED TO BRING YOUR OWN PICNIC!  …

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May 11, 2022: In light of recent COVID cases within and around the Walnut Hill community, we have made the following adjustments to our plans for this Sunday, May 15… Weather permitting… …worship (11am) will be outdoors. Bring a lawn chair or blanket for your use. Folding chairs will be available. …children/youth activities indoors/outdoors.  Masks encouraged but not required. …bring a picnic lunch for yourself/household, which may be as simple or elaborate as you would like, to enjoy outdoors with other…

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Greetings to all!

May 11, 2022: In light of recent COVID cases within and around the Walnut Hill community, we have made the following adjustments to our plans for this Sunday, May 15… Weather permitting… …worship (11am) will be outdoors. Bring a lawn chair or blanket for your use. Folding chairs will be available. …children/youth activities indoors/outdoors.  Masks encouraged but not required. …bring a picnic lunch for yourself/household, which may be as simple or elaborate as you would like, to enjoy outdoors with other…

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This Sunday, May 8, at Walnut Hill Church…

May 6, 2022: THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER WOMEN IN SCRIPTURE, 10AM, TRINITY HALL We continue our study of Women in Scripture with a conversation titled “Mary- Woman/Mother.”  Visit Women in Scripture for a guide to prepare for Sunday’s conversation and/or your individual study and reflection. MORNING WORSHIP, 11AM, SANCTUARY Sermon - Tabitha Text -Acts 9:36-43 For those who cannot attend in person, the Facebook live stream  service continues to be available.   See below for a note regarding the live stream. NURSERY CARE &…

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May 4, 2022: In her book, Abuelita Faith, Cuban-American writer, Kat Armas, celebrates the abuelas (grandmothers) in her culture who have been essential to transmitting and nurturing faith in ways different from more formal theological traditions.  Armas raises a question about “abuelita theology” that might be useful for all of us as we approach Mother’s Day… [Abuelita theology]…is the practice of uncovering and naming our abuelas who have inspired, taught, and guided us in our process of becoming and belonging.…

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This Sunday, May 1, at Walnut Hill Church…

Apr. 29, 2022: THE THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER WOMEN IN SCRIPTURE, 10AM, TRINITY HALL We begin our study of Women in Scripture with a conversation titled “Naomi & Ruth - Survivors.”  Visit Women in Scripture for a guide to prepare for Sunday’s conversation and/or your individual study and reflection. MORNING WORSHIP, 11AM, SANCTUARY Sermon - Unfinished Business Text -John 21:1-19 The Sacrament of Holy Communion For those who cannot attend in person, the Facebook live stream  service continues to be available.   See below…

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April 27, 2022: In his book, In Defense of Kindness, Bruce Reyes-Chow considers how the commitment to “kindness” poses both challenges and possibilities for living in a world that includes sometimes horrific acts and events… When I see these things playing out in the world, I try to commit to kindness and not judgment. How do I do this, you ask? My kindness compels me to think about why these things are happening, to think about the individuals who are…

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This Sunday, April 24, at Walnut Hill Church…

Apr. 22, 2022: THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER COUNTING SPARROWS, 10AM, Trinity Hall Counting Sparrows is the title of an Earth Day-inspired conversation this Sunday.  Visit Earth Day - 2022  for an article that will guide Sunday’s discussion.  Nursery care will be available. MORNING WORSHIP, 11AM, SANCTUARY Sermon - A Visit with Thomas Text - John 20:19-31 For those who cannot attend in person, the Facebook live stream  service continues to be available.   See below for a note regarding the live stream. NURSERY…

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Greetings to all!

Apr. 20, 2022: Friday (Apr 22) is Earth Day. With it comes the opportunity to celebrate the earth upon which all our lives depend and dedicate ourselves to being faithful stewards of the earth and its resources. The prophet, Micah, posed the question, “What does the Lord require of you, O mortal…”, to which he also provided the answer…”to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly…” (Micah 6:8) Traditionally we have interpreted Micah’s words as applying exclusively to…

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