Services by Pastor Jack Cohen (Page 2)

Services by Pastor Jack Cohen (Page 2)

O Come All Ye Faithful

It’s difficult to remember that God is with us – in answered promises, realized dreams, and refreshed hope. How could we help but sing? Let’s explore the songs born from our joy in Emmanuel in the series, Hark!  The Carols

O Holy Night

It’s difficult to remember that God is with us – in answered promises, realized dreams, and refreshed hope. How could we help but sing? Let’s explore the songs born from our joy in Emmanuel in the series, Hark!  The Carols

The Gospel and Mental Health

Over the next 7 weeks, these heart-felt messages will enable us to break the silence, reduce the stigma, and remind people that it is not a sin to be sick, and the church to become a place of refuge and hope for all those in pain:  physical, emotional and mental.

Set Free From Me

Over the next 7 weeks, these heart-felt messages will enable us to break the silence, reduce the stigma, and remind people that it is not a sin to be sick, and the church to become a place of refuge and hope for all those in pain:  physical, emotional and mental.

The Role of the Church in Mental Health

Over the next 7 weeks, these heart-felt messages will enable us to break the silence, reduce the stigma, and remind people that it is not a sin to be sick, and the church to become a place of refuge and hope for all those in pain:  physical, emotional and mental.

Winning the Hand You Are Dealt

Over the next 7 weeks, these heart-felt messages will enable us to break the silence, reduce the stigma, and remind people that it is not a sin to be sick, and the church to become a place of refuge and hope for all those in pain:  physical, emotional and mental.

The Battle for Your Mind

Over the next 7 weeks, these heart-felt messages will enable us to break the silence, reduce the stigma, and remind people that it is not a sin to be sick, and the church to become a place of refuge and hope for all those in pain:  physical, emotional and mental.

The Reality Choice

Over the next 7 weeks, these heart-felt messages will enable us to break the silence, reduce the stigma, and remind people that it is not a sin to be sick, and the church to become a place of refuge and hope for all those in pain:  physical, emotional and mental.
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