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(Audio is available late afternoon on Sunday.)
November 29 at 10:30 a.m.
I Believe in the Sun: Hope for Tomorrow
Isaiah 40:1-11; Mark 1:1-15
This Sunday we begin Advent. Our theme is I Believe Even When...Fill the Night with Music and Light. The “Anchor Image” (main metaphor) for the series is the luminary. Most of our sanctuaries have been empty and dark for months during Covid-19; the luminaries lining the aisle & chancel are a reminder that this is the season when we proclaim that the light enters into the dimly-lit places of our lives and hearts and illumines us with a liberating and comforting message.
Our Advent/Christmas series doesn't avoid music because of the pandemic but instead the theme focuses on music in a way that heightens our music appreciation, offering a way to enjoy music rather than simply mourn the lack of it. This is an important aspect of this particular focus this year.
Whether folks simply listen and watch hymns and sing, speak the words softly behind masks as the music plays, or sing to the best of their ability while watching at home, we focus deeply on the poetry of the music in order to enhance our experience of it in a way we usually do not.
My prayer is that–together–we can think of many ways to make this season special in the midst of challenging times. We need your voice, we need our church, we need your presence. I am honored to be part of this faith community as we raise our voices in the ways we can to tell the world–do not be afraid!
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On November 17 the Session of Beulah met for it's regularly scheduled monthly meeting. Among the business conducted was the monthly evaluation of whether Beulah should hold in-person activities at the church while Jefferson County is in the COVID-19 red zone. Session decided to follow the governor’s red zone reduction recommendations and suspend all in-person church activities/events through the end of 2020. The Session will re-evaluate at it's January, 2021 meeting.
Worship will continue to be live-streamed each Sunday as it has been recently.
All in-person events, meetings, and activities have been suspended and will be conducted virtually if possible.
The buildings remain closed except for scheduled appointments and Tuesday's Open Table curbside meal pickup.
We will continue to come together as God's community in new and creative ways, to give thanks and praise to God during digital worship, care for each other and the most vulnerable, and in all things, be centered in the hope, love, and grace of Jesus Christ.
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152 Years of Faith and Service
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Fall/Winter/Spring Farmer's Market
Beulah Presbyterian - Ramsey Gym
1st, 3rd, & 5th Saturdays
10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Look for the following vendors:
Deutsch Family Farm (will be present for the first hour only)
Winter vegetables, jams, canned pickles, baked goods
Heavenly Acres Farm & Sweets (Bobby & Chrissy Patton)
Baked Goods - both regular and gluten free
Hillside Chicken Farm (will be present for the first hour only)
Beef and Lamb
Egg Roll Take-Out
Craft Booths (2-3)
One specializes in items made from recycled materials
Physical distancing and masks required.
Questions - contact Bobby or Chrissy Patton