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The Way Message | September 3, 2017

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Several years ago, when my nephew, Christopher, was in the first grade, he asked me what it was like to grow up in black and white. Well, for those of you who are too young to remember those days, here’s a brief clip from “The Judy Garland Show,” originally broadcast in 1963. This morning, we’re […]

Sermon | August 27, 2017

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Guest Preacher Rev. Kate Hurst Floyd Pastor Kate is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church, currently pastor of Arlington Commons, a new faith community in North Arlington. She and her family recently moved to Northern Virginia from Atlanta. She has served churches in both Atlanta and Chicago over the past 10 years. Kate […]

The Way Message | August 13, 2017

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Eleven years ago, I was the aquatics director at Camp William B. Snyder in Haymarket, Virginia. My friend Eric asked if I would help him open a new Cub Scout camp and being a recent college graduate with no job I took him up on his offer. Eric taught me to swim years prior to […]

Sermon | August 6, 2017

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John 6:1-14 Last Sunday, about 25 of our high school students and roughly the same number of adults piled into several cars and the church bus and headed to Garrett County, Maryland to spend a week in mission. This came on the heels of two middle school mission trips: one in Winchester, Virginia, and the […]

The Way Message | August 6, 2017

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The feeding of the five thousand is arguably the most well-known of all of the miracles Jesus performs during his ministry. This is the one miracle of Jesus that can be found in all four of the Gospels. Most of us know this story in one form or another. At the least, many of us […]

The Way Message | July 23, 2017

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July 23, 2017 Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43 How many of you have a favorite movie you’ve seen at least several times? Would someone be willing to tell us the name of one of your favorite movies? How many times do you think you have you seen it? As you may know, tonight the youth are going […]