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Friday, June 25 Devotional from Pastor John Hartman

"That's What Friends Are For!" As I wrap up my sermon series on friendship this Sunday, June 27, one of things I have shared is that all of us need people for companionship, encouragement, and support.We need them for help when we feel overwhelmed, for comfort when in grief, and for celebration when we are full of joy.Most of all, we need our friends when we become par...

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Welcome to Worship! Sunday, June 13 with Rev. Pastor John Hartman

We welcome you to our 8:00 AM worship service, held on the church lawn (in the event of inclement weather we will move into the church sanctuary or 10:30 worship service in the church sanctuary Our 10:30 AM service is also live streamed via Zoom, CLPC Facebook or YouTube. Sermon Title: Friend-Shape #7 - A Mentoring Friendship Join Zoom Meeting

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Devotional Friday, June 11 from Pastor John Hartman

"Man with A Plan" Zach Hample has a rare gift catching baseballs.As a 23 year old student from New York City, Hample wrote a book, "How to Snag Major League Baseballs."Over the previous 11 years, he had personally brought home 1,680 major league baseballs.To date, he has collected over 11,000 baseballs.At one time, he had a streak of 264 games in which he had caught at...

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Join us for worship - Sunday, June 6 - 8:00 or 10:30 A.M.

We invite you to join us for worship on Sunday, June 6 at either our 8:00 A.M. or 10:30 A.M. worship services. Pastor John Hartman will be speaking. The sermon is entitled, Friend-shape #6: A Permanent Friendship. The 10:30 A.M. service is also live streamed via Zoom, CLPC Facebook and YouTube. Please see links below: Join Zoom Meeting https://...

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Devotional Friday, June 4 from Pastor John Hartman

From the Pastor "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" It's interesting that studies show that friendships are on the decline.One study showed that Americans have 1/3 fewer friends then they did 30 years ago.People today are living lonelier and more isolated lives.In the 1980's, the average American had at least 3 people they could...

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