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Sunday Worship: We Are Blind and We Need To Be Touched!

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  • March 22, 2020

If you wish to follow along, please click here to view and download the worship liturgy. For families with children, please click here to view and download the virtual Sunday school lesson.

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The No-Guilt Virus

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  • March 16, 2020

To know me is to know that I’m not the holiest of the holy ones. Yet, I’m a good and decent person. I don’t intentionally say or do hurtful things. And I live my life with oh-so-much good Catholic guilt (despite being a life-long Protestant).  I’m not sure when I caught the guilt virus. But I’m suspecting it was when I went to a wedding in my early 20s and blatantly defied the priest by taking communion as a non-Catholic. The act itself caused me no remorse, but when the couple divorced a few years later, I wondered if, perhaps, […]

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Sunday Worship: Pay Attention to Your Thirst

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  • March 15, 2020

On Sunday, March 15, in light of the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, Presbyterian Church in Leonia held its first-ever Facebook Live worship service. You can view the replay below or on our Facebook Page, and stay tuned to Facebook for more information regarding upcoming live-streamed services. If you wish to follow along, please click here to view and download the worship bulletin. For families with children, please click here to view and download the virtual Sunday school lesson, “Woman at the Well.”

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