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Garden Report

The gardening team has made plans for this spring's planting.  Our first project is to replant the beds we planted in turnip greens last fall with various spring/summer veggies that people can pick when they are ready.  We have expanded this space to the other side of the sidewalk, and are going to fence it in with a garden fence that can easily be put up and taken down.  The fence is to keep critters out, not people.  We plan to plant sugar snap peas or some other vine veggie on the fence itself.

$1,168 Collected for One Great Hour of Sharing

In the weeks leading up to Easter Sunday we collected money in our little cardboard fish money banks to present as part of our Easter offering to God.  Our fish banks are reminiscent of the times that Jesus told his disciples to feed the thousands of people who had followed him into the back country.  They only had a

Wings Party Saturday, April 11 at Tennessee Prison for Women

We have a team from our church going to Nashville to join the whole team of volunteers meeting at the Tennessee Prision for Women in Nashville to hold a Wings party.  But this is not just any old party.  It is a time of teaching, fellowship, prayer, and celebration of the gospel that uses the Logos model of Christian education.  Logos partie

Spring's a'comin' Coffee House

Next Sunday, March 15, at 6p.m.

Cowan and the Season of Lent and Easter Sunday

The season of Lent in the Christian tradition is a time when the followers of Christ enter into prayer and reflection on what it means to be a disciple - specifically, what it means to be a disciple of the one who embraced the world with such love that he gave his life.  On the one hand, we use these 40 days prior to Easter as a time to give glory to Christ who would make such a sacrifice for the people whom he loved.  People everywhere.  But we are called by our Lord not just to say nice things about Jesus.  We are cal

Thursdays After School Tutoring Has Started

We are delighted to add to our ministries of the Cowan Fellowship Church tutoring for students at Cowan Elementary.  Debbie Skotte, a teacher and member of the church, has arranged for our church to offer tutoring for students on Thursday afternoons from 3:20-4:30pm.  We have a sign-up sheet posted in the fellowship hall fo

Simple Gifts Art Sessions Kick Off in Grand Style!

Simple Gifts: 3rd Tuesdays every month, 4-5:15pm

Having trouble hearing worship? We've got something for you!

We've got a good audio system in the sanctuary, and we're finally getting the hang of using the wireless mics, but for some of us, even the best audio transmission over house sound isn't enough.  To address this issue, we have installed an FM radio transmitter - set to the frequency of FM 87.9 on the dial - to broadcast on a short range signal everything coming through the sound b

Haven of Hope and Blue Monarch the Last of our Missions for 2014

This Christmas our mission offering will go to two powerful local missions to women in troubled situati

Christ the King Sunday and Thanksgiving Day

Although the original Thanksgiving Day is remembered as a harvest festival celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621 in which, according to to the traditional account, they owed no small debt to the native Americans who helped them, it was declared an official national holiday by President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War over 200 years later.  He set it for the last Thursday in November.  For Christians who celebrate the special days of the Christian year,  Thanksgiving Day coincides, within the week, with the last Sunday of the Christian year.  We call this Sunday "Christ the King" or "Reign

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Cowan Community Thanksgiving Service November 23 at Goshen Cumberland Presbyterian Church

The Community Thanksgiving Service in Cowan has been going on for as long time.  Taking place on the Sunday evening prior to Thanksgiving Day, this worship service is a wonderful time for people across the Cowan community to join together to show their gratitude for God's providence.  This year we will worship at the Goshen Cumberland Presbyterian Church, where we recently had our Brush Arbor celebration.   We start at 6pm.  

Greens of November

"It is so nice what yall are doing with this turnip green patch.  Turnip greens are one of my favorite things."  This is what I heard from the

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