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Waves of Faith-October 20, 2017


Category: Waves of Faith

On Tuesday at Bible Study we were talking together about women in the bible. It was a topic most of us have considered plenty of times before. But there was a different edge to the conversation and  level of heat to this discussion...

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Waves of Faith-October 13, 2017


Category: Waves of Faith

October 13, 2017  Waves of Faith:   This month our sermons have all been on the topic of reformation. In our faith tradition we mark the 500th anniversary of the definitive moment when Martin Luther published his 95 Theses and led a new generation in questioning the power and theology of the Roman Catholic Church...

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Waves of Faith-October 5, 2017


Category: Waves of Faith

This week the stories of another mass shooting brought life to a halt in this country. At least it brought things to a halt for while. Sadly, I wonder if we won’t go back to “normal” by next week.  But for now, people are glued to the news. Flags fly at half mast. The death toll mounts. Police detectives and reporters try to make sense of the madness in the mind of a heavily armed assailant. The Cape Cod Times today runs a cartoon bemoaning the long list of massacres that have characterized our national news in recent years.

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WOF-September 29, 2017


Category: Waves of Faith

Rev. Susan's Weekly Message:  "One of the things I love about Cape Cod is the fact that the land is such an important part of the experience of living here. There is something wonderful about living on a peninsula that is barely seven miles across. It holds you in the palm of the sea and you begin to think more and more about the created order..." 

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September 22, 2017


Category: Waves of Faith

Waves of Faith-September 22, 2107:   The pictures from Houston and Florida show people in circles in the front yard looking at the mess and bowing their heads to thank God for their lives. They have seen the worst that weather can do and feel blessed to be alive. It is a habit that we cultivate - this giving of thanks...

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