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Thoughts from Pastor Molly

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Beloved Church, My note is intentionally short this week, in the hope that you will take some time to read the entirety of the newsletter, including the Session meeting highlights and the 2021 Annual Report, which can be accessed by clicking the button below or you can pick up a copy in the church office. […]

Care Corner (Encouraging one another.)

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Care Corner is expanding its focus to include things beyond our congregational walls. The Social Justice group is taking steps to find some areas of interest and needs to work on and I’m hoping some of you will be interested and want to join us. Some of the areas we are looking into are Climate […]

Join a Caring Community of Presbyterian Women (PW)

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All women in our church belong to PW. We all contribute to being part of a caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church. We work for justice and peace. If you would like to become more involved with your church, PW is a worthy consideration. If you are interested please contact the church […]

Care Corner

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Can we teach an old dog new tricks? In other words, can people change? I sure hope so! Isn’t that what growth is all about? Change? Actually, change isn’t just possible, it is inevitable. It’s funny, I used to really dislike change. I lived in my very comfortable bubble and didn’t need to have anything […]

Message from Pastor Molly

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Anticipation lifts the heart. Desire is created to be fulfilled – perhaps not all at once, more likely in slow stages…a softening of hard-heartedness, a lively expectation, would herald the coming of Messiah. And once again, in this season of Advent, the same promise of the Anointed One is coming closer. -Luci Shaw This week […]

Christmas Dinner for Friends and Neighbors

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We, The Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church and our community partners are pleased to announce that we are committed to sharing the joy, hope and love of the Christmas season by continuing the tradition of our annual Christmas dinner for our friends and neighbors. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we regret we will only be […]

Sunday School ZOOM

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The other day I saw my first inflatable Star Wars Baby Yoda Christmas decoration while passing a nearby lawn! Ha! Lots of fun, but it made me think. What if you had to explain the meaning of Christmas to a child using only the Christmas lawn displays in your neighborhood? That might be challenging. Fortunately, […]

Sunday School Zoom

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It’s so tempting to just want more and better—more money, more luxuries, more comfort, more friends, more trips, better looks, a better life! Experts report that perusing the carefully selected images of friends and associates on social media pages can be unhelpful. A constant desire for “more and better” can lead to unhappiness. This brings […]