By donating to the PC(USA)’s Peace and Global Witness Offering, we support ending violence and bringing about reconciliation. Our giving offers a word of peace to those incarcerated here and those crushed by civil war in places like the Democratic Republic of the Congo. And 25% of the collection stays in our community for a related project. Please give generously using the envelope or your usual method of giving. Mark it “Peace Offering.”
A Small Plates book discussion will explore Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility: Why it’s so hard for white people to talk about racism on Sunday afternoons, Oct. 20-Nov. 24 from 5-6pm. The group will study issues that make racism a challenging topic for white people and
The Pacesetters invite you to join them for a movie night hosted by Leslie Clement and Mark & Carol Wedell at the Wedell’s home on Sat. Oct. 26 at 7pm. Bring a snack to share. Some beverages will be available, but if you have a favorite, bring it along. Visitors and those new to the church are particularly welcome. Contact Leslie or Carol with any questions.
Bread Making: The Spiritual Practice of Gratitude, Presence, and Care ~ Saturdays, Oct. 26 - Nov. 23
Bread Making is a way to share stories, faith and recipes as we bake bread together! This Small Plate offering is offered Saturdays, Oct. 26 through Nov. 23, from 10am-noon in the church kitchen. Bake bread from different cultures and try your hand at making bread for a communion service. Cost: $5 per Saturday. Classes are limited to 8 people; register
As part of their mission of helping furnish apartments for families ready to move into permanent housing, Family Promise needs furniture, kitchen supplies, and linens. If you’re moving or anticipating a move, here’s how to donate furniture & other items to Family Promise:
Several women meet at church each month to pack boxes of cookies, books and toiletries to send to deployed men and women. Please send the names and addresses of any folks you may know who are serving overseas to Doris Bartlett or Nancy Burcham.
If you enjoy knitting, crocheting, or even fleece-tying baby blankets, consider donating to the Deacons’ ministry that gives each infant born in our congregation a lovingly-made blanket as a welcome to our church family. Email Deacon Chris Bell to learn how to knit or
Each Sunday a different lay person leads the Call to Worship and reads the scripture lessons. If you’ve wondered whether you can be a Lay Reader, contact Linda Martin to let her know of your interest. Whether you’ve been a Lay Reader and wish to continue or want to try it for the first time, she can
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