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Hamilton Massachusetts is a rural town comprised predominantly of residential space and many of its 7,000 plus residents commute to work to Boston and surrounding communities. The town has no manufacturing industry and no industrially zoned land so Hamiltonâ€™s identity as a suburban bedroom community is assured.
Hamilton has very special appeal as a residential community. Its location provides easy access to the Atlantic seashore with its beaches and preserves. Inside the town typifies rural New England with its many historic houses and large areas of open and agricultural land. Bradley Palmer State Parkand the Myopia Hunt Club and several large estates and horse properties can all be found within the boundaries of Hamilton.
If you were to visit the town you would likely share the road with horseback riders. Also within Hamilton is beautiful Chebacco Lake-great for fishing and boating. Hamilton residents are extremely proud of its well ranked regional school system that it shares with the town of Wenham.
Families can say goodbye to the cold and celebrate the arrival of spring with The Trustees of Reservations at Appleton Farms’ Egg-cellent Easter Adventure! While eggs are often associated with the Easter Bunny, in many cultures eggs symbolize new life and are tied with the coming of spring. Kids can learn about the cycle from egg to chicken as they take the "Egg-cellent" Quest around the farmstead – collecting Easter eggs and learning as they go. Enjoy refreshments in the Carriage Barn, visit with farm animals, and play games in the stone paddock. Stop by anytime between 10am -12pm. Please bring your own basket to collect the Quest eggs.
How do we follow Jesus with our economic decisions?
Join us for a morning of connection and challenge as we go deeper into Jesus' call to a dynamic lifestyle of generosity in pursuit of a more just world.
Through small group activities, reflection on scripture, and short multi-media presentations in seminar-style context we will cover four major themes from a transformative study called Lazarus at the Gate:
Spend joyfully Regularly give thanks for the blessing of what we have. Spend justly How can we make lifestyle changes to consume more justly? Spend less How can we spend less on ourselves? Give more How do we thoughtfully give to address global and local needs?
Small snacks and beverages will be provided. The workshop will be held in the upstairs chapel room of the church.
Parking will be available along Cutler Road and in front of the church.
Lazarus at the Gate is a small group discipleship experience named after the parable Jesus told in Luke chapter 16 about the beggar, Lazarus and his ill-treatment at the hands of a rich man. The global world we live in connects us to many such “Lazarus’ ” at our gate. 2.2 billion people live on less than two dollars per day. Six million children experience and die from hunger each year.
Christians are called not just to belief in Christ, but also to follow Christ by living and acting as Jesus did. This premise leads to a second: that money is a critical object of modern Christian discipleship. Those of us who live in the United States reside in the wealthiest nation in human history. In the parable after which this study is named, Jesus speaks a challenging word about the rich man who “dressed in purple in fine linen” and feasted sumptuously while a poor man lay, starving, at his gate.
History of Lazarus at the Gate
The study was developed by Gary VanderPol during his doctoral studies in theology at Boston University and since then he has updated it regularly. Gary, together with Mako Nagasawa, an InterVarsity Area Director in Boston, led the first Lazarus group with ten friends in Boston in 2006. They focused on simplifying their lives financially in order to give to the poor around the globe.
They shared their budgets openly with each other, acknowledged their complex feelings about money, and dreamed about their financial lifestyles being shaped by Jesus. At the end of twelve meetings, their mixed-income group gave just over $40,000 to poverty-focused programs and ministries in Haiti, Thailand, India, Boston, and Bolivia.
Since 2007, as a result of participation in this study hundreds of Christians have given more than $500,000 to the poor through organizations of their choice. Through media exposure in the Christian Science Monitor, Huffington Post, and Christian Century, groups across the country have sprung up and added their experiences to this movement.
When: Apr 25, 2015 9 AM to Apr 25, 2015 12 PMin Hamilton, Massachusetts (Sat, 25 Apr 2015 09 )
License to Carry Firearms (LTC A): This is a may issue photo and fingerprint card, renewable every six years Class “A” LTC will cover purchase, possession or transportation and carrying of all handguns, rifles and shotguns. Loaded firearms must be under the direct control while in a vehicle.
Firearms Identification Card (FID): Photo and fingerprint card, renewable every six years. This card covers the purchase, possession or transportation of non-large capacity rifles or shotguns, ammunition therefore or chemical sprays.
Pistol Parts and Operation
Using a Pistol Safely
Operating a Pistol
Cleaning, Storing, and Transporting a Pistol
Various Shooting Positions
Improving and Maintaining Shooting Skills
Massachusetts Laws Pertaining to Permit Application, Firearms Storage and Transportation
*This is a one day Firearms Safety Course
*Students should bring food and drinks
*Class size is limited and pre registration is required
*Cost is $100.00. *Eye and ear protection is mandatory Students may bring their own or purchase them from the club for an additional $20.00.(Hamilton Location only)
*PRIVATE/GROUP LESSONS AVAILABLE
You can send check or money order Payable to Mike Pelonzi 467 Maple Street. Danvers Ma 01923
. Phone is 978-815-6989 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include class date, phone number, birth date and e-mail with payment
On line registration at www.mabs777.com click on the Firearms Safety Course link
Locations in Danvers and Hamilton
When: Apr 12, 2015 9 AM to Apr 12, 2015 2 PMin Hamilton, Massachusetts (Sun, 12 Apr 2015 09 )
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