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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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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 […]

January 2016 News

 Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) January 2016 I want to say something other than the usual greeting, at the beginning of a year. We usually speak of days that we have never seen before, or clean slates, or any of the other clichés with which we offer false or imaginary hope. The hope is not […]

December 2015 News

Advent and Christmas   Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) December 2015   Once again, the season of Advent has arrived. In this period of time, we will celebrate the coming of Jesus into the world by reflecting on the themes of hope, peace, joy, and love. These themes are not randomly selected, but represent the […]

Little Village now hiring preschool lead teacher

Position Available: Preschool Teacher Job Description: Overview: Little Village Early Learning Center, a non-profit, church-owned child care center, is seeking a Preschool Teacher (children age 4 years) who is able to be flexible with their schedule, and who has a passion for educating young minds. This person will be responsible for the safety and social/emotional […]

November 2015 News

Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) Dr. Irvin W. Green, Interim Pastor  It is common for members of a congregation to wonder both why they need to have an interim between pastors and what should take place during this interim. The most common response to such questions is to share some version of Loren Meade’s “Five […]