During this time of Thanksgiving and fellowship with family, we cannot neglect that sometimes family is not the group of people who pick you up when you fall down.
This weeks service will be about finding your tribe and knowing how you have found your tribe.
Hopefully, you will find that part of your tribe is with us.
Please join us for coffee and conversation at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, November 22, at the Progressive Women’s Association’s Uptown Event Center, 305 Washington Ave. in downtown Clarksburg, West Virginia. The worship service starts at 11:00. Our ongoing Religious Education classes begin at 10:00.
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Join us on Sunday, 2 August, for a celebration of the summer at Audra State Park — pot-luck picnic, hiking, and perhaps swimming in the Middle Fork River. We will have a small discussion/devotional about looking for guidance and wisdom led by Cricket.
The Middle Fork River at Audra State Park
We will meet in the picnic area at eleven.
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Directions to Audra State Park:
From Rte. 33.
Turn on Talbot Road. At the first Y, stay left. At the next intersection, turn left and travel approximately six miles. You will reach Audra State Park. This route is approximately 13 miles from Rte. 33.
At the only stoplight in town, turn on to Audra State Park Road and stay straight. This route is approximately 10 miles from Belington.
South on Interstate 79
Take Exit 115 (Stonewood/Nutter Fort exit).
If traveling south on interstate 79, take exit 115 (Stonewood/Nutter Fort exit). Make a left on to Rte. 20 south. After 4 miles, you will need to make a right to stay on Rte. 20 south. Stay on Rte. 20 for approximately 10 miles. Then make a left on to Rte. 119 north. Follow Rte. 119 north for approximately five miles. Turn right on to Audra State Park Road. Follow for six miles until you arrive at Audra State Park.
Hope to see you there.