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16
Oct

Looking Toward Sunday, 10/18/15

This Sunday, we celebrate World Communion Sunday, which most the rest of the world celebrated two weeks ago, during our Congregational Retreat. Remembering our connection with Christians across the globe, […]

12
Oct

Meet Our Interns

Starting September 2015 and running through May 2016 three Columbia Theological Seminary students will serve the DHPC congregation as ministry interns.  Each of the interns will experience all areas of […]

08
Oct

Looking Toward Sunday, 10/11/2015

Our scripture for this Sunday is the miracle of miracles, Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead. There is urgency, then lollygagging, sadness, suspense, and finally joy, as Jesus calls for […]

17
Sep

2015 DHPC Congregational Retreat

Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, October 4 Cherokee Retreat Center White, GA Join your DHPC friends and family of all ages for a wonderful weekend of relaxation and community building. […]

15
Aug

Faith and Violence Sunday School Class

Join us starting September 13 for a short-term Sunday school class focusing on the intersection of faith and violence, particularly gun violence.  The class will explore the issue of gun […]

31
Jul

Looking Toward Sunday – 8/2/15

For many the fall is a second New Year’s Eve of sorts. It is a time to hit restart after summer break winds down and the school year and customary […]

30
Jun

Looking Toward Sunday-7/5/15

Heads up: this scripture is terrible, really terrible. The Jesus we love is kind of a jerk. Seriously. He calls a poor woman with a dying daughter a dog. But […]

12
Jun

Looking Toward Sunday-6/14/15

There’s a scene in the movie Ghostbusters in which the Ghostbusters show up to the Mayor’s office in New York City to explain they’ve stumbled upon a gateway to another […]

04
Jun

Looking Toward Sunday-6/7/15

Looking Toward Sunday In our scripture for this Sunday, the Israelites are lobbying Samuel to appoint a king. They want a king because everyone else has a king, at least […]

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