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Cornerstone Kitchen on Christmas Eve

Cornerstone Community Kitchen celebrates its third Christmas, its first in the new Fellowship Hall. We serve every Wednesday, no matter what ! But on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve the meal will be 1 to 2:30 p.m. (instead of … Continue reading

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Peter Brown: The Church as “Social Urban Lung”

Originally posted on Princeton Comment. Diversity is much prized by some Christian congregations, but in recent history it hasn’t always been this way. Churches have been historically the most segregated, divisive groups in America. But in Rome in the period … Continue reading

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Stoolmacher: Hunger’s Not a Game

Written by Barbara Fox Feeding the hungry — that doesn’t sound like a fun topic, one that you would like to contemplate over a meal. But at the United Methodist Men’s breakfast at our church on October 14, Phyllis Stoolmacher  quoted poignant … Continue reading

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