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“Indeed our survival and liberation depend upon our recognition of the truth when it is spoken and lived by the people. If we cannot recognize the truth, then it cannot liberate us from untruth. To know the truth is to appropriate it, for it is not mainly reflection and theory. Truth is divine action entering our lives and creating the human action of liberation.” -- James H. Cone

What makes a great Love Song?  Do you have a favorite? In this DEVOTIONS, Pastor Johnson shares from Love from the most requested scripture for weddings and vow renewals and how the same things that make for a great love song make this text so enduring.


While explaining the gifts of the Holy Spirit, the apostle Paul wrote extensively on the virtue of love (1 Corinthians 13). He contrasted rote acts of service with those overflowing from a loving heart. Powerful speaking is good, Paul wrote, but without love it’s like meaningless noise (v. 1). “If I . . . give over my body to hardship that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing” (v. 3). Paul ultimately said, “the greatest [gift] is love” (v. 13).


French philosopher Pierre Teilhard de Chardin once said, “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience.”

Christians believe that there is a supernatural realm and that human beings are spiritual beings. Therefore, many people conclude that human beings are capable of supernatural experiences. However, should human beings seek these types of experiences? If yes, how important are those types of spiritual experiences?

Watch the DEVOTIONS on Angels and Ancestors.


Henry Louis Gates, Jr.’s “Making Black America” Documentary Tells the Story of African American Resilience, Empowerment

Acclaimed documentarian, historian and storyteller Henry Louis Gates, Jr., the creator of The Black Church: This is Our Story, This is Our Song” and “Finding Your Roots,” has produced a new PBS documentary, “Making Black America: Through the Grapevine,” celebrating Black joy and resilience. The four-part documentary series, which airs every Tuesday in October at 9 p.m., chronicles the vast social networks and organizations created by and for Black people beyond the reach of the “white gaze.” 

The series recounts the establishment of the Prince Hall Masons in 1775 through the formation of all-Black towns and business districts, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, destinations for leisure, and the social media phenomenon of Black Twitter. It takes viewers into an extraordinary world that showcases Black people’s ability to collectively prosper, defy white supremacy and define Blackness in ways that transformed America itself. 

But the hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship

God in spirit and in truth: for God is seeking such to worship God.

John 4:23


SUNDAY SCHOOL | Mount Moriah offers Sunday School led by Adult Class Teacher David Williams each Sunday at 11:30 a.m.


This class uses a quarterly that is specially written for practical adult life experiences. These lessons provide clear biblical interpretations and stimulating discussions for everyday living.

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CHURCH BULLETIN | Explore this week's Church Bulletin to stay up to date on the ministry, awareness, and educational campaigns, as well as outreach and service opportunities. Learn more.

DEVOTIONS | Every Wednesday morning at 6:30 a.m., join Pastor Francys Johnson in prayer, meditation, and relevant conversation about God's Word. Dial 717.908.1726 and use passcode 1065315#.  Here are some of the latest:

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OUR DAILY BREAD | Our Daily Bread Ministries help millions connect with God daily. For more than 75 years, our purpose has remained the same: to reach people with the life-changing wisdom of the Bible. Explore more Resources.

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