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Advent Offerings

A Special AfterWORDS Program An Ecological Crisis and A Moral and Spiritual Challenge Every Sunday in Advent, 12:15pm Pray Think Love House Please join us at AfterWORDS for a conversation about Laudato si, the encylcical letter from Pope Francis, “On Care for Our Common Home”, and how individually and communally we can more fully love God by more fully caring …

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Caring for our Youth and Young Adults – Recap and Resources

Thanks to Amber Nickels and also to Kristen Gillman for sharing their wisdom and resource ideas with us on Sunday, October 27th at AfterWORDS. After our 4-Sunday series in September there was a wealth of information and ideas from these two professional mental health specialists and the group that gathered after worship at the house. This is a feeble attempt …

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PRAY.THINK.LOVE. St Matthew’s Episcopal Church Rule of Life

PRAY Rejoice always. pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.             1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 We are called to pray to God – Creator, Redeemer, Sustainer – honestly and humbly presenting our lives.  Prayer is communication in its purest form; it is developing a relationship with God by talking, …

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PRAYER PARTNERS

Prayer Partners are matched thru the end of March!  At the end of March, each person at St. Matt’s will have the following opportunities:  If you already have a prayer partner, you have the options of: Continuing with the same prayer partner for another 6 months Requesting a different prayer partner Opt out If you do not presently have a …

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Sunday Worship

Welcome to A Celebration of God’s Inclusive Love! We gather weekly on Sundays 8:00 AM Eucharist at the Pray.Think.Love. House — 30 E College Ave, Westerville 10:30 AM Eucharist at the Old Bag of Nails Pub (3rd Floor) — 24 N State St., Westerville

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Exodus – A Diocesan Big Read – August 27, 2017 -April 7, 2018

Join us in reading the book of Exodus together! We are at a moment as a church and a culture when questions raised in the Book of Exodus are prominent. What does it mean: to be a stranger in a strange land? to leave behind all the things we thought we knew? to see our communities change? Beginning August 27, …

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