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In response to the call of Jesus Christ, Hiram Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) seeks to reach out to our community and the world with the transforming love of God for all people and all of creation.


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April 2016 News

April 2016 Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) April showers bring whatever May decides to do. Gone are the days when we waited for a particular month for particular climate indicators. It rained for Christmas and flowers were blooming in March. What has any of this to do with a church newsletter? The lesson that nature […]

March 2016 News

March 2016  GREEN’S TRAVELS… We wish Dr. Green and Rev. Betty well as they enjoy a one week cruise in the Caribbean.   I’m sure many of us would have liked to have stowed away in their luggage. Upon their return from the cruise they will be attending the Black Minister’s conference in Jackson, MS. Dr. […]

Easter flower order forms are now available!

Easter flower order forms are available in the Sunday 2/28 bulletin and will be an insert in the March newsletter.  You may also click here for the Easter flower order form.    

Teaching Positions available at Little Village Early Learning Center

We are currently seeking applicants for LEAD PRESCHOOL TEACHER for 4-year old children — candidates who are interested in either part-time or full-time options are strongly encouraged to apply — AND ASSISTANT TODDLER ROOM TEACHER, full-time. 1. Assistant Toddler Teacher – Little Village Early Learning Center-Hiram, Ohio 44234 Overview: Little Village Early Learning Center, a […]

February 2016 News

February 2016 Ash Wednesday and Lent  Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) On February 10th, we will begin the season of Lent with the observation of Ash Wednesday. The season is one of reflection and penitence, which is why Ash Wednesday involves the “imposing” of ashes on the foreheads of observers. This is a good compromise […]