Hagerstown Church of the Brethren
15 S. Mulberry St., Hagerstown, MD 21740
Phone: 301-733-3565 * FAX: 301-733-3598

"Church in the Heart of the City with the City at Heart"
Continuing the work of Jesus. Peacefully. Simply. Together.

Pastor Audrey's blog

From Pastor Audrey's Desk - December 2018

 Advent is a season of anticipation — a season of hopeful waiting. During this time we feel the strong sense of longing for God as we await his coming once again on Christmas Day in the form of a little baby. What makes Christmas such a beautiful day is the anticipatory work we do leading up to that day. We decorate, we wrap presents, we gather with family, we sing songs, we get excited. 

From Pastor Audrey's Desk - October 2018

Fall is my absolute favorite time of year.  I love the colors of the leaves on the trees. I love the crisp fall air and the cozy feeling of being bundled under blankets with a warm drink. I love all things pumpkin and apple. I love going to corn mazes and having campfires. I have so many fond memories of the falls at my house growing up, playing in the leaves, carving pumpkins, and eating fall treats. And it certainly helps that my favorite color, orange, is so prevalent this time of year.   

Pastor's Bookshelf - February 2018

Pastor Tim and I were very encouraged by the engagement of The Journey during this past Advent. Several of you came to us and shared how you enjoyed having an  opportunity to engage the Christmas story on a different level. Some of you even asked if we would do another book study during Lent, especially since Adam Hamilton advertised one of his Lenten studies in the back of the book we were reading.

From Pastor Audrey's Desk - February 2018

Lent is already upon us, beginning with Ash Wednesday on Valentine’s Day and concluding with Easter on April Fool’s Day (it is a unique year to have these holy days connected with other holidays).  During Lent this year we hope to learn more about our God through learning more about Jesus.  To do this we will be     exploring Jesus’ “I AM” statements from the Gospel of John each week in worship.

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