Thanksgiving and Grief

Humans are complicated beings.  Sometimes joy and sorrow mutually co-exist. About a year ago, on Nov 26th, 2019, news ran of the release of three men who had spent thirty-six years in jail.  The three men – Alfred Chestnut, Andrew Stewart, and Ransom Watkins had been (wrongly) accused at age sixteen of the murder (and […]

Choices Adopt-A-Family Christmas Outreach

Please join us in supporting some Choices client families this holiday season for our: ADOPT-A-FAMILY Christmas Outreach Our goal is to bless some of our clients who could use a little extra encouragement & support this season. We are inviting churches, individuals, Small Groups & Bible study classes to be a part of this special […]

Common Glory, A Sermon Series on 2 Corinthians

In 1992 a farmer named Peter Whatling lost his hammer.  What could be more ordinary and disinteresting than a farmer searching the dirt for his lost hammer?  Yet in that dirt Whatling discovered a lost treasure – gold jewelry, silvers spoons, 1500 year old coins – the Hoxne Hoard.  In an ordinary field was an […]

The End of the World as we Know It

A sermon series, covering chapters 1-11, running from May through August, 2020. There are times when it seems that the foundations of the earth of moved.  There is no terra firma; all is adrift.  Our civilization feels like it has slipped its moorings; there is no certainty about the future.  No financial security, no clarity […]

Food Pantry and Other County Resources

We’re All in This Together! Did you know that there are lots of resources in Beaver County to help you during these difficult and trying times? If you need help with food, Mt. Pleasant has a “Little Needs Food Pantry” that has recently become a “Big Needs Food Pantry.” It is open 24/7 and is […]