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Past eNewsletter Feature Stories

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of March 1 – March 7, 2020

Caring to Share This week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Rev. Raymond Hylton, FPCE Senior Pastor.Dear friends, I meet with our Evanston pastors at least once a month for fellowship, prayer, support, and to share general concerns about events transpiring in our...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of February 23 – February 29, 2020

Listening for GodThis week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Rev. Raymond Hylton, FPCE Senior Pastor.Dear friends, One of my favorite all-time quotes says, “The biggest room in the world is the room for improvement.” This quote keeps me grounded, humble, open,...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of February 16 – February 22, 2020

Don’t Miss Our All-Church Retreat! This week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Rev. Henry Coates, FPCE Associate Pastor.Dear friends, You’ve probably heard this one before, but… the church is changing.   Some people would say it’s declining or even dying. It seems...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of February 9 – February 15, 2020

A New, True Measure of Time This week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Rev. Raymond Hylton, FPCE Senior Pastor.Dear friends, We are six weeks into the New Year. In other words, we have 46 weeks before 2020 ends. So, how's life working out for you? How are you...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of February 2 – February 8, 2020

The Healing Power of Grace This week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Rev. Raymond Hylton, FPCE Senior Pastor. Dear friends, I rarely get sick. Whether it is a result of clean living (I strongly doubt that) or good genes (that’s possible), I go through most years...