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Denmark Manor 
United Church of Christ
2003 Denmark Manor Road
Export, PA  15632
724-744-4218


 
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November 10, 2017
 
 
  
 
 

Below on this page (scroll down):

  • Coming this November
  • Turkey Dinner
  • Cancellation Information
  • Ham Dinner Thank -You & Photos
  • Reformation Sunday, October 29
  • November Good News
  • Remembering Our Veterans
  • History Book Gifting for the Holidays
  • Electronic Giving
  • Fall Bulletin Boards
  • Ladies' Lunch & Laughter
  • Welcome to Denmark Manor United Church of Christ
  • Pavilion Photos
  • Bible Study
  • Hall Rental
  • Panorama of the Sanctuary

Women's Fellowship November 8 at 7PM
           
Thanksgiving 
Turkey Dinner
November 21 at 6PM in the Manchester Room
414 Brinton Avenue, Trafford
Worship Service afterward, 
Pastor Meredith Hutchison preaching.
All are Welcome!
     
First Sunday of Advent, December 3


In case of bad weather and cancellation of worship, we will be listed on WPXI (Channel 11) TV or at www.wpxi.com as well as on the WPXI Weather App.




       coming in December 2017
Join us for Worship this Advent Season!

Both on Friday, December 24th
 this Year . . .
Christmas Eve Day Service 
& Lighting 
of the 4th Advent Candle, 11AM -
                                   
Christmas Eve Night - 
Our Annual
Service of Lessons, Carols, Communion and Candlelight, 7:30PM




Thank You for joining us at the
Ham Dinner on October 21 . . .
We served 500 people, and thank our faithful patrons who enjoy the dinners  and visit each year. 
Special Thanks to our Volunteers!
See the photo gallery below . . . 

Did you know that today we celebrate the 500th anniversary of   the Reformation, and the beginning of the Protestant Movement?  On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther an Augustinian Priest, nailed The 95 Theses (95 demands for change in the church) on the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany.  Lutherans trace their history back to Luther, as do we. Another Great Reformer was French theologian and pastor, Jean (John) Calvin (1509-1564), who turned the churches of Geneva upside down. We 
 
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Also trace our history back to another theologian, the Swiss Reformer, Huldrych (Ulrich) Zwingli (1484-1531).  This movement in the church marked the end of Medieval Europe, also known as the Dark  Ages and the beginning of the Age of Discovery, or the Renaissance, when the arts (Michelangelo) and science (Galileo) as well as new religious thought based on the Bible rather than the tradition of the church, began to flourish. Today we have a new kind of renaissance emerging with technology and social media influencing how we think and how we do church.  Praise God that the Spirit is still at work and God is still speaking through our church and throughout the United Church of Christ! 
 
About Reformation Sunday
Did you know that today we celebrate the 500th anniversary of   the Reformation, and the beginning of the Protestant Movement?  On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther an Augustinian Priest, nailed The 95 Theses (95 demands for change in the church) on the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany.  Lutherans trace their history back to Luther, as do we. Another Great Reformer was French theologian and pastor, Jean (John) Calvin (1509-1564), who turned the churches of Geneva upside down. We 
 
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Also trace our history back to another theologian, the Swiss Reformer, Huldrych (Ulrich) Zwingli (1484-1531).  This movement in the church marked the end of Medieval Europe, also known as the Dark  Ages and the beginning of the Age of Discovery, or the Renaissance, when the arts (Michelangelo) and science (Galileo) as well as new religious thought based on the Bible rather than the tradition of the church, began to flourish. Today we have a new kind of renaissance emerging with technology and social media influencing how we think and how we do church.  Praise God that the Spirit is still at work and God is still speaking through our church and throughout the United Church of Christ! 
 

heritage back to him.  He had been influenced by the Swiss Reformer, Huldrych (Ulrich) Zwingli (1484-1531).  This movement in the church marked the end of Medieval Europe, also known as the Dark