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Blast from the Past:) #WeekendGuest Rev. Dick Tafel this Sunday!

Our weekend guest, Reverend Richard H. Tafel, Jr. (or Dick, to those who know him) comes from a long line of Swedenborgian ministers. Before his tenure as our minister from 1962-1989, he traveled the seas as a merchant marine. Rev. … Continue reading

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A little light in the darkness

On sunny days, not everyone can see the sun. Are you looking for a new way to think about life and our purpose on earth? Check out “Our Daily Bread” at for inspirational messages that can help you gain … Continue reading

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Meet our (deer-deterring) new flowers

We are adding some more color (that also deter deer) to the garden by way of marigolds, dusty miller, portulaca, sage, Russian sage and poppies. We hope as they grow, their color will inspire passers-by to garden, too!

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#MondayMirth : Children; Angels here and beyond

“Swedenborg tells us that because we are all born for heaven, and because children have not yet had the chance to make life choices that might have distanced them from God, all children who leave this world are immediately taken … Continue reading

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“Festival of the Spirit” Pentecost Service Today

Please join us this morning for local visiting minister, Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly’s service on Pentecost. Wear the color red if you can! 10:30 am Hospitality, 11:00 am Worship. 845 Congress Ave. in Glendale.

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#WednesdayWisdom Violence and God

These things I have spoken to you, that in Me you may have peace. In the world you have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world. ┬áJohn 16:33 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. … Continue reading

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#WednesdayWisdom, Andrew Carnegie

“The Carnegie Center was built in 1909 with funding from Andrew Carnegie, this building served as a Cincinnati Public Library until 1959″ “Andrew Carnegie’s social conscience was shaped in part by his mentors Matthew Arnold and Herbert Spencer, but … Continue reading

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