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  • Of Donkeys and Canaries

    Balaam’s donkey did the will of God. Her actions, according to the angel, kept Balaam alive because she saw what her human companions could not or would not see. Are our animal companions doing the same thing now for us? Are they,sometimes at the cost of their own lives, warning

  • Rooted and Grounded in Faith and Action

    Of course there is more. There is always more. Having anything affect the way we live will require us to practice, practice, practice. The understanding is that practice and coaching are necessary for all of us to push past what is comfortable and known in order to grow into something

  • Of Water and Spirit

    When Jesus says that we have to be born of water as well as the Spirit to inherit eternal life, he may be telling Nicodemus and us that we must take our natural birth in water as seriously as we take our spiritual rebirth. Again, isn’t that the point of

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A free community meal is scheduled for Tuesday, September 12.  Lyndhurst Community of Faith Church Outreach Ministry is planning to host regularly scheduled meals.  Coordinators hope the meal provides more than a tasty dinner but also a time to enjoy some upbeat entertainment and meet new folks.

The menu is pot luck style with abundant side dishes prepared by the Culinary Club from Richmond Heights High School. Please RSVP by calling 440.442.2331 or using the electronic RSVP response form.

  • Summer with Kids

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  • LGBTQ+ Inclusivity

    The Lyndhurst Community of Faith Church, an Open and Affirming United Church of Christ and More Light Presbyterian Church, is proud to host a presentation on LGBTQ inclusivity, featuring Lizzie Bjork from the LGBTQ Community Center of Greater Cleveland. The event will take place on June 8, 2023 at 7:00pm

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  • 2023 Earth Day Celebration

      LCoFC is proud to celebrate our world and to share this with you.  Please come and visit our event and learn what you can do and how you can help to care for our planet. There will be guest speakers; planting demonstrations; tours of the first Tiny Forest in

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  • IPCC 2023 Report on Climate Change

    I was working on a note to you after Monday's news of the IPCC report and then found that PEC member Jerry Rees said it so well, with quotes from the UN General Secretary, the climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe and others.  Skip down to the "What To Do Now" below the CO2 graphic if

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