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What’s Going On
We are please to announce that, Pamela Chatterton-Purdy, wife of former Crawford Pastor, Rev. Dr. David Purdy and accomplished artist will display her collection of icons she created to commemorate the events of 9/11....
Come visit us at our booth during Winchester Town Day, Saturday, September 18. We have plenty to share - our missions, pet blessings, free buttons, and more. Pastor Anne and members of the congregation will be there to...
In Faith After Doubt, Brian D. McLaren, a former pastor, postulates that questions of faith and doubt are not “the enemy of faith, but rather a portal to a more mature and fruitful kind of faith.” His model for faith...
There is a siege (yes, look it up) of herons that hangs out around the waterfall near the Converse Bridge on Main Street, part of the pond where Sandy’s Island is located, I think it’s called Mill Pond. There are often herons there. Last week, for...
Nature is important to me and I believe that we are all part of nature and you can see God and talk with God in the natural world. I've written about this before. As I think about my father with Father's Day approaching, I can picture walking in...
This week's Musical Meditation will be the final installment before taking a break for the summer. With late, warm evenings upon us, I'm thinking of Sure On This Shining Night by the quintessential and vastly underrated American composer, Samuel...
COVID Protocols - Summer 2021
Even as case numbers fall and vaccination rates increase, for the safety of our community, Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church will continue to follow prudent protocols and guidelines for church gatherings during the summer of 2021.