Tag Archives: Cincinnati

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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Name these plants!

Healthy seedlings for our Children’s Community Garden in Glendale! 845 Congress Ave, Glendale, OH newchurchofmontgomery@gmail.com

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#ThursdayThoughts : Where do you feel welcome?

34th Annual Spring Concert MUSE, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir explores immigration through reckoning with the past, modern hospitality, and expansive patriotism. Discounts available before May 13th. Saturday, May 20, 2017 – 7:00pm Sunday, May 21, 2017 – 2:00pm http://musechoir.org/events/2017/welcome-34th-annual-spring-concert

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#MindfulMonday Kindness

http://www.swedenborg.org/EarlySwedenborgiansInAmerica.aspx “Swedenborgian Church member Howard Pyle reads Swedenborg to his students, among them popular illustrators Jessie Willcox Smith (illustration featured above) and N.C. Wyeth.” Jessie Wilcox Smith lived @Cincinnati and @Philadelphia, studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in … 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″ http://thecarnegiecenter.org/about-the-carnegie-center/ “Andrew Carnegie’s social conscience was shaped in part by his mentors Matthew Arnold and Herbert Spencer, but … Continue reading

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#MondayBlues ? Things are looking up tonight!

Tonight is our Meetup! Join us if you’ve ever wondered why spiritual things are so hard to believe. We start at 7:30, but settle in at 8 for the show. Hope to see some new friendly faces! #SpiritualCincy http://meetu.ps/38vpvn @GlendaleNewChurch … Continue reading

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