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January 19, 2020

Psalm 40:1-11

All of us have been in a difficult place at some time in our lives. All of us have felt alone, afraid, and upset. Where is God in these moments? How do we find the strength and courage to keep going? How do we confront the injustices of our lives and the wider world? Join us this Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches on finding the balance between urgency needed to make change and the patience it takes to make lasting change.

Suporting Our Whole Lives: Food Needed!

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We have seven young people participating in the Our Whole Lives grades 4-5 program. They meet after church twice a month and need a little sustenance. Please see the sign-up sheet on the Welcome Center or Rev. Mollie if you are interested in providing a meal for this group.

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Sunday, January 5, 2020

Matthew 3:1-6, 13-17

When Jesus came to his cousin John to be baptized, John said, “No way! I’m not worthy!” But Jesus wouldn’t take no for an answer. In fact, Jesus reminds John that it is God who names our worth, not ourselves, and not other people. Join us this Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches on Jesus’s baptism and how we are all seen as worthy from God’s perspective.

New Name Tags!

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This month, your Communications Committee will be working on replacing all of our name tags we use for Sunday service. If you take your name tag home, please be sure to bring it in so we have a record of your name while we filter through all the ones hanging on the podium. If you have a preferred name or change in name you’d like to see from a previous name tag, please email Allison Booth at office@lakewooducc.com. We appreciate your patience during this process!

New Concrete Sidewalk

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We would like to thank Kathy Nielsen and the Nielsen family for paying for the new concrete sidewalks that run from the east parking lot to the main doors. The sidewalk is in honor of Dave Nielsen who passed away last March. This sidewalk is a wonderful tribute to Dave as it will make it much easier for anyone with a walker, wheelchair, or challenges with mobility to get to the church.

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Sunday, January 5, 2020

Matthew 2:1-12

There was a time when people were guided by the stars in the sky. They knew where they were and where they were going in relation to the constellations above them. As a church, we are preparing to launch out on a new journey together as we imagine our future. What directions will we go to? How will the spirit lead us? Who shall set the trajectory of our travels? Join us on Epiphany Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches on the Wise Ones from the East coming to see baby Jesus and how we too can be guided by starlight.

Save Your Used Stamps!

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The Jeffco Action Center (JAC) continues to collect and sell used stamps, so don’t throw away your first class stamps. Tear them off, and we will trim them. If you trim them, keep 1/4-inch border if possible. Once the perforated edge of the stamp is damaged, it is not usable. There will be a box on the Welcome Center Counter in the Narthex for your donation of old stamps. Thank you!

Grief Group Starting January

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We are happy to announce that we will be offering a grief group beginning in January. The dates and times are still being determined. We will publicize them once everything is set. In the meantime, please let Pastor Curt know if you are interested in attending.

Office Closed and Staff Out

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Due to New Year’s Day, the office will be closed Wednesday, January 1. Additionally, Rev. Mollie will be out beginning January 4 through January 11. Pastor Curt will be on call during this time. Thank you in advance, and Happy New Year from all of us at Lakewood UCC!

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Sunday, December 22, 2019

Matthew 1:18-25

Christmas is almost here! This Sunday we celebrate the fourth and final Sunday in the season of Advent: Love. Love can sometimes seem like a warm, fuzzy, and squishy word, but what happens when love is fierce? What does it look like when love is embodied and enfleshed? What kind of love leads us to make meaningful connections across boundaries and divides? Join us this Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches on the fierce and embodied love of God we meet in the story of Joseph and Mary learning they are going to have a baby that will change the world.

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