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Children of all ages, and parents, are invited to St. James Lutheran Church, 109 York Street prior to the Gettysburg Halloween parade at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 22 for a Halloween Family Open House. Come share your Halloween spirit, enjoying arts and crafts, games, treats and maybe a few tr…

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The 18-member 2019 confirmation class at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Gettysburg was the sixth largest in the church’s history. It’s also the largest since 1876, the same year the balcony within the church was installed. Front row: Pastor Jay Eckman, Isabel Carmichael, Cameron Carmi…

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Linda Summers currently serves as Pastor for Trinity Christian Fellowship. Contact her at lmsummers7@gmail.com.

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Wherever you go today, there is discord. Strife, arguments, contentions and the like are the seeming order of the day. Proverbs 6:19 tells us that “the Lord hates them that sow discord among the brethren.” This word “discord” is defined as strife, quarrels, brawling, contention. When you con…

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What is gratitude but grace in action revealing already present resources and possibilities awaiting our discovery? What if gratitude is the narrow path that leads to better ways of seeing and being? What if gratitude is the antidote to fear and loss? What if gratitude is a redemptive respon…

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Bicycle-riding, youth-oriented Pastor Dan Kriel will burst into the Upper Adams Prayer Breakfast scene on Oct.1 at the Apple Bin Bakery and Grill, 674 Arendtsville Road, Biglerville, at 7:45 a.m. It may be similar to his reinvigorating arrival at the Swift Run Foursquare Gospel Church, on Ne…