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We have an official adoption of those too elderly or infirmed to leave their homes. These are people with great experience and deep Christian wisdom to share. Our visitation minister, Rev. Isabelle Rimbach (retired) can be contacted for more information. Call the office for her phone number.

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There is no one who appreciates a visit more than one who is confined to a hospital room. We provide audio tapes of the worship service to these and our homebound members, along with visits by church members.

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Sharing Communion is a sacred time within the Christian community. Communion reminds us that we are forgiven, beloved, and renewed through Christ. We want each person to be able to participate and so we arrange to take Communion to those who are unable to come to church. If you, or a loved one, would like to receive communion at home, please call to make arrangements through the church office.

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Family Camp is a great way to get away for retreat, fun, and family time. Families come in many shapes and sizes and we invite all to join us Labor Day weekend for this great event.

There is plenty of singing, worship, crafts, recreation, and fellowship as well as optional activities for all ages. Family Camp is a tradition that spans decades but that always offers laughter, joy, time for tears, worship, learning, and fun.

Our time together is planned out and structured so there’s always something to do!

We love having new families and campers join us and invite you to join us too! There are discounts for families and scholarships available.

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