Worship This Sunday
There are a lot of stories in the Bible that tell us how to live our lives. One of them is called the Parable of the Good Samaritan and it is about being a neighbor. This Sunday, October 16th at 10:00 am, we will talk about being the Good Samaritan in Dover, specifically through our Family Promise and St. Boniface ministries.
Michael will be playing some classic organ pieces. A staff member from Family Promise will also be with us for a few words.
Sunday school will meet and the Teddy Bear room will be open.
We hope you will join us! All are welcome!
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journey. We hope that this may lead you to come worship with us on Sunday morning. If you are a guest or visitor, we greet you, pray that you have found what you came for, and welcome you back
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God be with you and bless you, this day and every day. Amen!
Listen to some beautiful music, sung by Madeline Shue and Mary Kate Charron in worship on March 6: "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "I Won't Give up"
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17 Springdale Ave
PO Box 305
Dover, MA 02030
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