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About meThe College Church is a non-denominational congregation of over 500 followers of Jesus from around the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Founded in 1972 to quench the spiritual thirst of the Five-College community (Smith College, Mount Holyoke College, Amherst College, Hampshire College, University of Massachusetts at Amherst) with the uncompromising Word of God, the congregation now nurtures three generations of families, together learning about Jesus, growing in Grace, and reaching out to the region and beyond to the world.
About my libraryThe library exists to help its members, regular attenders, and visitors in building a true relationship with God (Jesus-centered); true relationships with each other (Grace-full); and true relationships with our neighbors near and far (Missional).
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