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It doesn’t take snow to look and feel like winter. That winterish look comes from an accumulation of things. Piles of leaves blown into a sheltered corner. Brown grass. Leafless trees. The whistle of wind whipping around the house. The absence of color and flowers. The shorter days and longe…

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The Littlestown Community Ministry Council is partnering with Reach Mission Trips to help promote their Reach Mission Trips Project that will be working in the Littlestown and Adams County area from June 21 to 27.

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Step three of the twelve steps calls us to turn our wills and our lives over to the care and guidance of God as we understand God. Step Eleven urges us, through prayer and meditation, to improve our conscious contact with God, as we understand God, praying only for God’s will for our lives a…

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The St. Francis Xavier’s Parish Council of Catholic Women recently attended its annual Christmas Mass held in the Historic Church with Fr. Andrew St. Hilaire, spiritual advisor as celebrant, and Fr. Daniel Mitzel, pastor as concelebrant.

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Several years ago, quite suddenly, I lost vision in my right eye. As scary as it was, I am thankful for good doctors and quick action that corrected a retina tear. The surgery, however created a cataract over my eye which required another surgery to restore my foggy vision.

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Mark Ostby, pastor of York Springs’ Open Arms Christian Fellowship, will head the Upper Adams Prayer Breakfast Tuesday, Jan. 7 at the Apple Bin. This is Ostby’s third appearance at UAPB and it should be a fascinating visit based on his country-wide background and experiences in world ministry.

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The Gettysburg Presbyterian Church invites the Adams County community to a worship service Sunday, Dec. 15, from 3 to 4 p.m. in their sanctuary. The service, “Light in the Midst of Darkness,” seeks through a candle-lit time of music, scripture, reflection, silence, and prayer to be a place f…