Tag Archives: Church

Church and Community

The Church is all the cells that comprise what Emmanuel Swedenborg calls “the Universal Human” (or “Grand Man” in some older translations)—the Church on earth as well as in the heavens with God as the head. All the people who … Continue reading

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#WeekendPlans: Church as Community

What does “church” mean for you? What are your expectations of church as community? What is the Church’s role in the universal Community? This is a lay-led service, facilitated by Sue Marie Kern. Hospitality begins at 10:30 am; Worship at … Continue reading

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#WeekendPlans “Adoration of the Child”

Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly will give our service on Sunday. The subject is “Adoration of the Child.” 11 AM. 845 Congress Avenue, Glendale, OH 45246.

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#ChristmasEve @GlendaleNewChu

Please share in The Glendale New Church’s beautiful Christmas Eve service at 5 pm; Sunday, December 24, 2017. 845 Congress Ave, Glendale, OH 45246. All are welcome to the historic church, founded on Christmas Day, 1860.

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A Person is a Church #MondayMiracles, #FindYourFaith

“A person is a church when in possession of goodness and truth, and a group of such people make up a church on a larger scale.” (Swedeborg, Secrets of Heaven §6113) Read more about faith traditions and Swedenborg here.

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#WeekendUpdate, Service on Sunday

11 am Worship, 845 Congress Avenue, OH 45246

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#FlashbackFriday Oak & Winslow, Before I-71

Did you know the New Church of Montgomery used to be known as the Society of the New Jerusalem, and once had a handsome church downtown? Eminent domain caused the church to be demolished in order to literally “pave the … Continue reading

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