Dedication of New Paraments
New paraments were chosen this year by the Memorial Committee and purchased with memorial funds. They were dedicated by Pastor Patti on November 13, with assistance from the children of the congregation.
The paraments adorn the sanctuary and change colors with each season. Purple will be used during Advent and Lent; White for Christmas and Easter; Red for Pentecost; Green for Epiphany and “common time”.
Join us and watch as the new paraments change with the church seasons!
The Deacons are now hosting a church-wide luncheon following worship service on the 2nd Sunday of each month. September’s menu included a Baked Potato Bar. The August menu included hot breakfast items.
Fellowship Dinner, which has been traditionally held on the last Wednesday of each month has been discontinued. The Deacons Luncheons have replaced that monthly event.
The next Deacon’s Luncheon is scheduled for October 9. Join us for food and fellowship!
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The 2016-2017 season of Christian Education kicked off with “Goodies and Greetings” on Sunday, Sept. 11. Youth and kids of all ages gathered in the church kitchen to make no-bake cookies and Rice Krispie treats to share with the congregation. The students also took turns making greeting cards, which will be distributed to residents in the local care home and assisted living centers.
Christian Education for Youth, grades 6 thru 12, will be held at 9:00 am every Sunday morning. Next week, the group will gather in Old Fellowship Hall, lower level.
Christian Education for children, grade 5 and under, will be held in the lower level at 10:15 each Sunday.
For more information, contact the church office.
Join us and bring a friend!
Join us today at 5:00 pm and tomorrow at 8:00 am in Fellowship Hall for our Gently Used Sale. Our tables hold lots of treasures!
Instead of Cinco de Mayo, we celebrated “Uno de Mayo” after worship service on May 1!
Special thanks to Bob and Lorinda Sultzer for planning the event and preparing all the delicious Mexican food. Traditional favorites including enchiladas, tacos, rice, beans, quacamole, and queso were served buffet style. Kids from the Sunday School class helped with set-up and decorations. Middle and High School Youth also helped with set up and cooking, then stayed to assist with serving the food.
A free-will donation was collected during the meal, with the money going to youth programs within our church.