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Be a Part of Glen Mar’s Music Ministry

Connect, Music Ministries News & Events, The Messenger
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Make music a part of your new year! Join one of our many music teams. Email the group director today for more information! KIDS & YOUTH (4 1/2 years old to High School) Children’s Choir (4 1/2 years old to 5th Grade) Director: WE ARE IN NEED OF A DIRECTOR Voices of Praise (6th Grade & Up) Director: Denise Wagner…
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The Advent-ure Begins

Pastor's Ponderings
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Dear Glen Mar friends, This Sunday marks the start of Advent,  a season of preparation for Christmas, and a reminder that Jesus’ birth changed the world, forever. During this season, we’ll have many opportunities for worship and for getting ready for Christmas. We get our houses ready for Christmas by putting up decorations; we get our bank accounts ready for…
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Tell YOUR Family Christmas Story

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Want something creative to do with your family? Have creative writing skills? Like coming up with fun stories? Have a fun story to share about Christmas? We want to hear from you! The worship team is collecting Christmas stories and poems about Christmas, Christmas morning, and/or the joy and meaning of Christmas for our December 26th services. Please email us…
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A Thank You Note

Pastor's Ponderings
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Dear Glen Mar friends,
It’s November, a time of thanksgiving for God’s blessings and for the lives of our saints. I hope you will join us on Sunday for worship as we honor the people who have been saints for us and continue our series “Did the Bible Really Say That ?” with the phrase “God Won’t Give You More Than You Can Handle.” (You won’t want to miss it!).

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Remembering Saints

Pastor's Ponderings
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Dear Friends,
As I was driving into Glen Mar this morning, I could hear, “Oh when the saints, go marching in, oh when the saints go marching in, oh how I want to be in that number, oh when the saints go marching in—go marching in” singing loudly in my head.  I remembered as a child really punching in that last line, “go marching in.”  At that point in my life, I did not really understand All Saints’ Day, but I knew my goal was to be a saint because I wanted to be “in that number.”  It is still my goal: to be a part of the great crowd of witnesses.  I think we all share that goal: to hear “well done my good and faithful servant.”

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