Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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“You grew up in a glass house.”

My dad often tells me this about my childhood. He grew up with alcoholic parents, trying to step in when his dad hit his mother. He doesn’t share more than this so I didn’t understand what he saw or appreciate the cycle he broke when he refused to drink or abuse his own wife and kids. As strong as my dad was, there were some things he couldn’t protect me from.

Helping those hit by Hurricane Michael

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Friends, this comes from our sisters and brothers at First Presbyterian Church, Andalusia.  It is a good opportunity and good way for us to contribute to the ongoing effort to alleviate suffering among those hit … Read More

Haunted House

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Montessour and Company 11 are sponsoring a haunted house for children 12 and up and a carnival for the younger children. The event is Friday October 19 and Saturday October 20 from 6-10. There will … Read More

Craft Time Reminder

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Anyone interesting in crafts? Kari Ransom was at the Market in Bellingrath and offered to teach us how to gild a pumpkin. Wednesday October 17 at 6:30, at the church. Cost $10.00 which includes all … Read More

Fall Picnic

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Join us for a celebration of fall by having a picnic this Sunday! If the weather is nice we will have it outside. If not, we will count our blessings inside. Bring bread, salads, desserts … Read More

World Food Day ~ October 14th

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The United Nations has set this day to focus on the Food Issues around the world.  This year, the theme is: Zero Hunger by 2030.  With so much food in the world, how can people … Read More

Juan Torres this Sunday

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   Juan Torres, (far right) director of Belong will be sharing this Sunday about his work with immigrants in the Mobile area.