Updates and revised schedule for children's music ministries for December and January.
November 9 marks the 75th anniversary of Krystallnacht, the night when Nazi Germany began a brutal attack against the Jews.
The following is a transcript of the Senior Pastor Mark Johnston's remarks to the July 14th Adult Sunday School Class on his need to relinquish his ministry in Proclamation. You can also download an audio version of this post. It’s good to be here! To say that a lot has happened since the last time I stood here would be a bit of an understatement! I fully intended to be standing here this time last [...]
August 9 - 9 am to 5 pm All Middle and High School students welcome Cost: $15 per person Leaves Proclamation at 9 am, Returns around 3 pm
All youth are welcome for a full-day trip to Ocean City, NJ. Cost: $6 (bring extra spending money for food and drinks) Leaves at 8 am, Returns around 5 pm Please RSVP by July 26 to email@example.com
Foreword to Georg Rhau's Collection, "Symphoniae iucundae": "I, Doctor Martin Luther...
Last night we weren’t “…off to see the wizard,” but we did experience wizardry at the keyboard! Concert pianist Sam Rotman came to Proclamation PCA to give a solo recital, a recital that was on par with the highest quality of music performed anywhere. The audience sat in silent rapture as Mr. Rotman skillfully and musically wove a tapestry of sound that was all too soon concluded. He began the concert with Beethoven’s Piano Sonata [...]
The last week of April saw Jason Collins make history in the US by "coming out" as the first openly gay male athlete in a major league sport. His announcement made the headlines, not just in America, but around the world and has generated considerable comment from the press and media in general. One commentator captured the significance of this event when he described it as yet another symptom of "a society in transition." Never [...]
The Challenge of Change in the Life of the Church. Whether we like it or not, change is one of those things that dominate the horizons of life. From the cradle to the grave we are not only confronted with change on every side, but we are ourselves caught up in the inexorable processes of change. No-one for a moment would suggest that all change is bad, but few people find it easy to cope [...]
Cost: $35 (but bring lots of spending money!) Leaves at 9 am and returns around 11:00 pm Chaperones are needed! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. RSVP by July 5