Author Archive: Kim Robbins

Christ – Strengthen Me

Dear Saints, By the time you read this and/or return to church for the first time after being away, you’ll see the nearly completed church offices renovation.  I am deeply grateful to the Kelly and (William) Birch families for their generosity to fund this endeavor. We are still completing the finishing touches but already it […]

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Deep Peace

Deep peace of the running wave to you.Deep peace of the flowing air to you.Deep peace of the quiet earth to you.Deep peace of the shining stars to you.Deep peace of the infinite peace to you.

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July 2019 Prayer To Go

A Summer Prayer   Long warm days… The pace of life slows… A time for picnics and rest in the shade… Lord, help me to rest awhile in the cooling shade of your presence. Slow down my restless heart and fill me with gentle compassion for all your people. Amen.

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The Bean Pot

Dear Saints, July is gloriously upon us! But before we depart for travel, vacations and family events, let’s revisit what an amazing June we’ve had! We celebrated The Lowther Scholarships, and graduating seniors, presented bibles to our newest disciples and gave “Lord’s Prayer plaques” to all the students who learned the learning the Lord’s Prayer […]

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Prayers To Go

God’s Spirit …brings new dreamsGod’s Spirit …brings new lifeGod’s Spirit …brings loveGod’s Spirit …brings hopeGod’s Spirit …be with you. Amen.

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CELEBRATE all that God is doing here

Dear Saints, I know this is such a busy time of year with Proms, college and high graduations, winding down the school year, planting our gardens and making summer plans. Our church life is equally as busy and exciting. Each Sunday in June has something special and meaningful to offer. Scout Sunday 2nd,  Pentecost and […]

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May Prayer To Go

Pilgrimage Blessing God, be with us in every valley, Jesus, be with us on every hill, Holy Spirit, be with us on every stream, every cliff’s edge, every green pasture; every moor and meadow, in the crest of the waves on the sea. Each time we rest, and each time we wake up; God, be […]

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Feed My Sheep

Dear Saints, Two years ago, on April 29th, we had a church-wide retreat in Reighart Hall. It was a wonderful gathering of people of all ages for fellowship, worship, and discernment. We asked ourselves, one another and God, how and where God was calling us next. Through prayer and conversation with one another, the group […]

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Not Just My Feet, John 13:9

9 “Then Lord,” Simon Peter replied, “not just my feet but my hands and head as well”. Daily Reflection Think of a time when you sat down with a friend and shared a cup of coffee and some quiet conversation. The sharing of your time and the enrichment of your relationship were what was important; the […]

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My Love May Be in Them, John 17:25-26

25“Righteous Father, the world does not know you, but I know you; and these know that you have sent me. 26I made your name known to them, and I will make it known, so that the love with which you have loved me may be in them, and I in them.” Daily Reflection These verses mark […]

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