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Gathering Together Again on Sunday

by: Eric Ayala

05/03/2020

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As our community is being opened up in phases, we too will be doing our own phase 1 for the church as we gather together again in person. We will be constantly assessing the situation, and our phases may not mirror the phases of the civil government, as we may have more or less depending on what is prudent. Here is what phase 1 for us will look like:

We will resume meeting at the physical church location at 5:00pm on Sundays starting
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Helping with Headbands

by: Tara Donato

04/17/2020

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The appearance of COVID-19 in our lives has brought about numerous unexpected circumstances. Items we took for granted have become hot commodities in this strange era of quarantine. Certain things we can all live without for a time, but for our medical community on the front lines of this epidemic, they are in the precarious predicament of dealing in shortages of protective gear while serving the needs of their patients. Masks meant to be discarded after short term use ...


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Bearing One Another's Burdens in Love

by: Cecilia Dawson

04/16/2020

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Brothers and sisters, through Christ we are called to love one another. The Lord has shown us through His Word that we are to lend a helping hand in times of need.

Galatians 6:2-Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.

COVID-19 has taken many things from us, one of which has been the loss of jobs and the cut of hours. As of April 14th unemployment claims reached towards 17 million. During...


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Free Webinar on Ministering during COVID-19

by: Eric Ayala

04/09/2020

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Dr. Eric Ayala, one of our pastors, was able to serve as a panelist for a webinar on ministering during the COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Barnett interviews two of Clamp Divinity School’s Doctor of Ministry graduates, Dr. Jeff Stanfill and Dr. Eric Ayala. Their projects provide insight on ministering in the midst of crisis. Stanfill’s project focused on interviewing pastors who experienced the Baton Rouge, LA flood. Ayala’s project analyzed sermons preached by John Chrys...


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Madison Dowell’s Stars and Stripes Project

by: Cecilia Dawson

04/09/2020

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Madison Dowell a 17-year-old, Reformation Church member, recently completed the building of a playground for a foster home. She has been working diligently through American Heritage Girls to accomplish her Stars and Stripes Award. This project is the highest award you can achieve in American Heritage Girls, it shows an immense amount of leadership and perseverance.

“My love for kids inspired me to seek a project that will bring excitement and fun to children. ...


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Staying Connected While Social Distancing

by: Tara Donato

04/04/2020

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Safer at home does not equate to journey alone! Reformation Church is providing ample opportunity in this current climate of social distancing and safer at home measures to continue to worship together as the body of Christ. Although this shift in day to day function has taken society by surprise, as a community of faith we know that God is sovereign and is providentially working this crisis to His glory. At Reformation Church we are striving to supply our members and s...


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Giving Food in the Face of COVID-19

by: Eric Ayala

03/28/2020

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In the middle of a worldwide pandemic, the people of Reformation Church have decided to move in love rather than fear. When news came that seven families, outside of our church, were in need, the Reformers sprang into action. The people of Reformation Church took out of the...


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Welcome To The New Reformation Church Website

by: Eric Ayala

03/10/2020

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We are so excited to present our newly designed website. As you can see, it has a fresh new look and easy navigation to help you get the information you need quickly and efficiently. Many thanks to the ChurchSpring team for helping us launch such a beautiful new church website. The site is feature rich, here are some of the capabilities:


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