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Abington Presbyterian Church
1082 Old York Rd
Abington, PA 19001-4593

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Celebration Worship 8/20/17

Abington Presbyterian Life 8/20/17

 

THIS WEEK AT ABINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

August 20, 2017


The events that happened in Charlottesville and the reverberations since have been on many of our minds.  At APC’s Session meeting Wednesday, we discussed how our congregation can provide moral leadership within and beyond our faith community.   You might notice that on our church sign on Old York Road, there is now the statement, “Hate has no home here.”  There also will be a working group of Session members meeting to further the conversation about actions we might take.  God’s deep love for each and every human being is at the core of the gospel message, and we will be actively seeking ways to proclaim and live that.

This Sunday, opportunity for worship in an outdoor setting continues with our 8 a.m. service.  We are thankful that we will have another group of new members who will be recognized and celebrated in our 10 a.m. service this Sunday.  The scripture passages are Psalm 133 and Matthew 15:21-28 with a sermon title, “How Very Good and Pleasant” as we explore the boundaries of responsibilities for faith communities and what can make for true unity.

I am delighted to report that we had a strong response to the backpack project, with 56 backpacks filled with school supplies having been delivered to The Village, which initiated the project.  I am thankful for such compassionate initiatives.

 

With prayers for all who are gripped by or effected by brokenness,

Kirby Lawrence Hill

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