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NURSERY/PRE-SCHOOL SPACE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE AT FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 5 MEETINGHOUSE LANE, WOOBRIDGE, CT
Quiet setting, central Woodbridge, recently-renovated fenced playground with 2 gates and toy storage, close to walking trails, and library.
Direct access to school from rear parking lot, no stairs, three rooms, >1200 sq.ft., Wi-Fi, child and adult bathrooms. Pristine condition. Up to 30 students permitted.
In past year, met all requirements for State inspection/licensing, safety film on all lower windows, passed inspections for water quality, lead, asbestos, fire and CO safety. Electricity, water, heat, snow plowing, and building and grounds maintenance included. Classroom cleaning and trash disposal will be the responsibility of the school. Outdoor signage permitted.
Space is available July 1, 2019. Rent $700/month. Two-year lease preferred.
For additional information or to take a tour, contact Joyce Simpson, FCCW Trustee @ 203 387 0764.
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If I had to make a list of my ten favorite words obedience and dependence would not make the cut. They’re important words, but for me they have a little negative edge to them. To be dependent is to rely heavily upon something or someone else. We don’t want to be dependent on foreign oil; and our economy is heavily dependent upon the labor of undocumented workers. Facing chronic illness or just growing old we fear we will become dependent on the care of others.
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A couple of weeks ago our Wednesday morning Bible Study read the story of the Apostle Paul’s return to the city of Philippi, found Book of Acts 16:9-15. One night Paul received a vision: a man from Macedonia (modern day Greece) stood over him saying, “Come over to Macedonia and help us.” Convinced God was calling him, he left with Timothy for Philippi the next morning. One Sabbath they went to a place of prayer to find folks who might be open to the good news.
Finally, beloved, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is pleasing, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. Keep on doing the things that you have learned and received and heard and seen in me, and the God of peace will be with you. Philippians 4:8-5
Right now it’s early spring and a beautiful afternoon here on the Green in Woodbridge. It’s gorgeous outside. The light is higher in the sky and it won’t get dark until after 7pm. While walking up from the back parking lot I met two couples with children: one family returning from a walk in the woods and the other having fun on our playground. As lovely as it is, it’s still pretty chilly, 46 degrees, and the wind is hard, feeling more like winter. One of the dads was struggling to keep a coat on their daughter.
You know, we talk a lot about death. If you get the right answer you’re “dead on,” if not, you’re “dead wrong.” If you’re late you’ve missed the “deadline.” The battery is “dead,” the line is “dead,” and then we come to a “dead end.” And I imagine many of us have experienced the moment when, in exasperation, we have said (or thought) “this/he/she will be the “death of me!”
The Scientific Method is one way of getting at the truth. Someone wants to prove a hypothesis describes a part of reality and constructs an experiment in an attempt to discover its validity. The experiment must be constructed in such a way that others can replicate it. If they come to the same conclusion it can be said the experiment is successful and the hypothesis was right. However, many experiments don’t prove the original hypothesis to be correct, but this can lead to new ideas and greater learning.