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Very congenial atmosphere, welcoming to all but not in your face like some churches. They do not They do not do the old Hi what is your address are you new to CH well let's get to know you better now Just happy to have you come and
CARY, N. Solar Solutions of Cary , N. United Church of Chapel Hill raised the funds for the Kathy Shea , a member of United Earth Ministries explains, "We were very impressed with the flexibility and creativity of Yes! Solar 's approach to this project, especially their enthusiasm for the trellis array. This highly visible part of the installation will be a permanent reminder to all who visit United Church of the importance of addressing climate change and caring for God's creation as an integral part of our faith and practice. Solar has been fortunate to have won quite a few church contracts recently, but United Church of Chapel Hill is the crown jewel, and we are thrilled to be chosen the installer for the project.
Child care for infants through kindergarteners is provided in the lower level nursery and playground area during both worship services and the church school hour. We offer healing prayer by laying on hands at every service of communion. Worshipers are invited to ask for prayer for themselves or for someone they know. Christ is the host. The Table of the Lord is open to all who wish to eat at the table with Christ and in fellowship with others. We come forward, pulling a piece of bread from the loaf and dipping the bread into the cup intinction.
The fruits of this strong commitment to bring faith to action are evident in the activities of the United Earth Ministry group at United Church and the strong support of Senior Co-Pastor, Rick Edens. From Fasting from Carbon through Low-Carbon Cooking during Lent to beginning the process of going solar, UCCH is an outstanding community leader in the quest for a new, more gentle and sustainable way to live in community with each other and creation. The past year has been an active one for UCCH. Hundreds of people flocked from across the state to hear Joanna speak about the Work that Reconnects, and learn from this master teacher. Jim Deming, UCC Environmental Justice Minister, and Tina Clarke, Transition Trainer, combined talents to bring the technologies and philosophy of the Transition Movement to the faith context in a one day workshop attended by lay and clergy from across the state. All of these activities recently attracted the attention of radioblog journalist, Diane Brandon, who interviewed both Rev. Your email address will not be published.
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