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October 3, 80th Birthday Celebration Luncheon

The deacons are sponsoring a luncheon Sunday, October 3, after the second service for anyone who has had an 80th birthday and beyond. In honor of the years of service, caring and wisdom that you have provided the church, we would like to invite you to a fall luncheon. All spouses are welcome. We will…

November 22, Interim Music Committee Report

Our search for the Interim Part-Time Organist/Choir Director position continues with two more resumes received as of November 15.  We will continue to schedule substitute organists until the Interim search is completed.  Substitutes through the end of Advent will include our own David Anderson (2-3 times inclusive of Christmas Eve), Richard Friday and Chris Dupuis. …

October 2, Garden at Church Meadows Harvesting

NOTE DAY/TIME Change:  Due to the weather we will not be in the garden this afternoon.  Wish we had this rain in July!  We will try again Saturday morning around 8:00am.  Stop by! The Garden at Church Meadows is in need of some lifting! We are wrapping up the growing season and we need to…

December 12, Christmas Around the World Family Friendly Concert

Sunday, December 12th at 4:00pm Featuring: All the Singing Choirs of CCOL 2 New Generation Ringers Handbell Choirs Sounds of the Spirit Adult Handbell Choir The Masson Family Bell Trio! Handbell Solo by Noralie Sarver! Get into the spirit of the Christmas Season! Admission is Free! The concert will be followed by a Finger Food…

October 1, Friday’s Office Update

The Scripture Reading for this Sunday is: Lamentations 1:1-6 The Sermon Title is: “Faithful Complaining…” A celebration for any one who has had an 80th birthday… The deacons are sponsoring a luncheon this Sunday, October 3rd after the second service for anyone who has had an 80th birthday and beyond. In honor of the years…

September 28, Book Group

CCOL Book Group Tonight–Tuesday, September 28th at 7:30pm The book we are discussing is Tattoos on the Heart by Gregory Boyle. It should be a lively discussion because there is much to discuss in the book!

Church youths lend hand on reservation

The following story is reprinted with permission of The Sun of Lowell. August 10, 2010 Author: Marie Donovan, Sun Correspondent Section: Lifestyle Church youths lend hand on reservation LITTLETON — Abby Phister flew to New Mexico to help refurbish a Native American elder’s home. But that wasn’t all. In the six days she spent at…