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Pender Sermon Archives

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With our new website, archived sermons can be sorted by Common Ground, Traditional Service, sermon series, scripture, holidays, the speaker or by date.

Sermon archives are currently available from 2012-2014 with older sermons added each day.

Find the sermon archives here: http://www.penderumc.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=300885

 

 

 

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A Note from Pender United Methodist Church

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Due to the inclement weather today, February 13th, the Church Office is closed.

For all other planned activities, please check in with your ministry leaders.

 
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8 Snow Shoveling Safety Tips

8 Snow Shoveling Safety Tips

Fairfax County Emergency Information

Posted 8:41 a.m.

snow shovelingAround a foot of snow has fallen across the county, so snow lovers are happy! It will continue to snow for a few more hours, but many of you will spend the day removing snow.

Shoveling snow can by physically demanding and can lead to injuries such as sprains and strains, but even more serious heart attacks. Please follow these safety tips when you go out in today’s wintry weather:

  1. If you or someone you are with begins to have chest discomfort, especially with one or more of the other signs of a heart attack, call 9-1-1 right away.
  2. If you have a history of heart disease do not shovel without your doctor’s okay.
  3. Shovel small amounts of snow at a time.
  4. Push the snow instead of lifting where possible. If you have a driveway, move snow to the opposite side of where a plow will…

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Medical Personnel Needing Transportation

Fairfax County Emergency Information

Posted 10:10 a.m.

Medical personnel in Fairfax County needing a ride to the hospital today should call our non-emergency number, 703-691-2131, TTY 711, to arrange transportation.

This service is only for Fairfax County residents/medical personnel that need to get to their hospital shifts.

Transportation is being provided by volunteers through Volunteer Fairfax.

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