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Jim Gordon Please enjoy our Pastor's Blog, "It's Not What you Think." The purpose of Jim's blog is to give a glimpse of what he'll be preaching about on the upcoming Sunday. Jim does a great job of bringing the gospel into issues that we deal with in today's society - hense, "It's not what you think!" Please feel free to log on to our Facebook page to comment on Jim's Blog! (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pine-Ridge-Presbyterian-Church/48828008151)

Ash Wednesday Service this evening at 7:00 p.m.

Today is Ash Wednesday, the traditional beginning of Lent.

We mark the day, literally, with the sign of a cross made with ashes on our foreheads.

 

Happy Epiphany & Alex Gordon Day!

Happy Alex Gordon day!!

Forgiveness

Good afternoon - and Happy New Year! Please enjoy Jim's blog - DON'T FORGET: ONLY ONE SERVICE AT 9:45 A.M. THIS WEEK! See you Sunday!
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As 2015 comes to an end it is a time to reflect on the past and look forward to the future.

My prayer for your Christmas

And all the gifts which God can give to those God creates God has given to his son Jesus for us”  

Blue Christmas Service - This Sunday, Dec. 20th at 7:00 p.m. Join us.

On Sunday, December 20, at 7 pm we will hold our first ever Blue Christmas service.  I’m not sure where the first such service was held, but I have no doubt that as long as people have been celebrating Christmas there have been some who have felt ‘blue” this time of year for wha

Commitment Sunday is just a few days away!

I have been very pleasantly surprised by what our Growth Campaign has, well, grown into.

Giving Tuesday

We had Black Friday, Cyber Monday and a couple of years ago I even heard of one place that was having an Orange Thursday (as in Orange is the New Black Friday). 

 

What is today?

 

A Great Harvest

I hope you have a very happy Thanksgiving remembering your many blessings.

Finding Peace Within the Holy Texts

Dear Pine Ridge Family - 

Let's GO Royals!

OK, before the World Series begins I want to reach out to anyone in the Royals front office with the message:  I am more than willing to do what I can to help the team by going to the World Series. 

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