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Upcoming Volunteering Opportunity – M25M

Our quarterly Matthew 25 Ministries  volunteering day is coming right up! Matthew 25 Ministires “Car(es) For A Needy World With The Things We Throw Away. ” -Rev. Wendell Mettey Join us Saturday, June 3, 2017, from 11-1 in Blue Ash. Please email … Continue reading

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#MondayMotivation : God in Nature – The Circle of Life

“God in Nature – The Circle of Life” Sunday, May 21st, 2017 – New Church of Montgomery (Updated from June 8th, 2003) Rev. Betsy Coffman Leader: Creator God, most distant space shows traces of your touch. Sculptor God, you give … Continue reading

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Stop and smell the Roses #GlendaleNewChurch

Enjoyed the lovely service today from Rev. Betsy Coffman of Urbana, OH, appreciating God in the cycles of nature, and our place in our Earth’s care.  Stop by the Glendale New Church to smell the roses. They are in bloom!

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#WeekendGuest Minister Betsy Coffman

Please join us tomorrow for church in Cincinnati (Glendale), when we welcome Rev. Betsy Coffman to the pulpit. We will be beginning “The White Horse” during Swedenborgian Study group at 9:30 am, enjoying hospitality at 10:30 am, and Worship at … Continue reading

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#EndangeredSpeciesDay Thou Shalt Not Kill…Clover!

According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Running Buffalo Clover is an endangered species in Hamilton, County, Ohio. It’s soft on our feet, great for high traffic areas and fixes nitrogen in the soil. Do you use herbicides? Instead, let’s … Continue reading

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#SpringGroveCemetery #Appleseed #ThursdayThoughts

  “A memorial in Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio, is located on the summit of the grounds in Section 134. A circular garden surrounds a large stone upon which a bronze statue of Chapman stands, face looking skywards, holding … Continue reading

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#WednesdayWisdom Urbana Artists

In the late 1800’s, artist Alice Archer Sewall James or “Archie,” as she was known, was encouraged by her family, including her father, a Swedenborgian minister, to pursue art in all forms, be an educated woman and travel around Europe.  … Continue reading

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