Tag Archives: Uses

Don’t give up

And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up. -Galatians 6:9

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#FridayFeeling #BrainstormSunday

Do you have a problem that you need help with? Something you need to work out? Bring it to church on Sunday. Let’s pray, brainstorm, receive influx, work together, network, and solve some simple or complex problems! Consider it a … Continue reading

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#ThursdayTheology: Saving the Earth

What is our responsibility to the Earth?  What if you spent your career working on solutions to save coral reefs and suddenly as you’re ready to retire, you providentially find the answer you’re looking for.  A coral stuck to the … Continue reading

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Work party today: Jump in and pick a job!

Today from 9-5, you can be of service at the Glendale New Church. 845 Congress Avenue, Glendale. A delicious soup will be provided for lunch. Here is a sampling of things with which you can lend a hand: Outside: Plant … Continue reading

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#FridayFeeling #DoSomething

We are losing young people to gun violence at an alarming rate. Being useful is one of the main tenets of our church. If you feel compelled to advance the development of the human race, be useful; do something.

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#ThursdayThoughts: Be #Useful

Whether it’s giving your time or your money locally or abroad, being useful is one of the main ideas of the Swedenborgian church. http://www.swedenborg.com/emanuel-swedenborg/explore/use/ Being useful is also an important part of our spiritual growth. If we have chosen to … Continue reading

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Sunday of Angels

A few weeks back, one of our lay-led services was on the book “Angels of Grace” by Anselm Gruen. We each took turns blindly choosing about 5 cards and then each of us read one of our selections. We heard, … Continue reading

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