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Each Sunday at church my daughter gets the opportunity to be loved by the community. She also gets to share her love.

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Come let us sing to the Lord

The gift of showing up week after week not because a certain service or styles meets our needs, but that it provides for our neighbors and gives thanks to God.      

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Speaking to the Soul: Confession

This is the gift of Christian community – bearing one another’s sins and offering forgiveness. I give thanks for those who have offered to hear my mistakes and failures, and yet, continue to love me unconditionally.

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