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Earth Care Congregation Update – February 2017

Sixth Church and God’s Creation Please note that if you want to drop off a TV, PLEASE TALK TO KEITH FIRST! The recycler requires a fee, and the person who is dropping off the TV needs to cover that cost. Sue Koehler, who collects Techno-Trash, says, “I keep track of one of the bins for collecting electronic and techno trash. […]

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Confirmation Class for 2017!

Learn more at our lunch gathering on January 22 at 12:30! We are assembling a Confirmation Class for youth in grades 7 and up to begin in January 2017. Youth interested in becoming confirmed members of Sixth Presbyterian Church are invited to attend an information lunch after worship (12:30 p.m.) on January 22 in the […]

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Updates on the Mission Trip to Nicaragua

Planning Our Nicaragua Mission 2017 Sixth Presbyterian Church has been visiting the community of El Porvenir (The Future) in Leon, Nicaragua, for nearly nine years. El Porvenir is a cooperative of organic, fair trade coffee farmers. About 42 families live on the farm and work the land. The partnership we have built with El Porvenir […]

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Care Packages for Sixth College Students

Friends! I am gathering addresses for Sixth College students and would like to send them a small care package from our church family in mid-October. I am looking for donations of small items such as school supplies (pens, highlighters, PostIt notes) non-perishable food and drink items (hot chocolate mix, energy bars, tea, etc.) and gift cards in small amounts for places […]

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Born to the Purple

Click here to hear the sermon delivered by Kate Davoli on September 25, 2016 regarding the passages below – Gospel lesson Luke 16:19-31.  A powerful message on social justice. The Rich Man and Lazarus 19 “There was a rich man who was dressed in purple and fine linen and lived in luxury every day. 20 At his […]

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Presbyterian Women’s Bible Study 2016/2017

By Judy Yates Siker Presbyterian Women’s (PW) Bible Study meets every second Wednesday, 11 am in the Church Parlor. Halfway through the Gospel of Mark, as Jesus and his disciples are on their way to Caesarea Phillipi, Jesus asks his disciples, “So, what’s the word on the street? Who do people say that I am?” “Well,” they […]

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CROP Walk Sunday is October 9!

On Sunday, October 9, Sixth Church will join with other communities in the East End to participate in the CROP Hunger Walk, which is sponsored by Church World Service (cwsglobal.org). Church World Service has a steady, on-going presence around the world, relating every day to those in need, providing services to refugees and developing projects to help people […]

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