Church Life

Dec 6 2015 - 9:00am - 1:00pm

Flock O'Readers

We meet on the 4th Wednesday of the month - at 2:30pm.  Come join us - we're in the kitchen.

Last book group meeting for 2015 

December 2nd - any book by E. L. Doctorow

Upcoming Schedule for 2016

January 27th - The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd

February 24th - What We've Lost is Nothing - Rachel Louise Snyder

March 23rd - any book written by Gloria Steinem

Consider joining us - as we discuss new books, favorite reads and favorite authors.  If you like to read and share what you have read, come check out our group.

Meal Shepherds

Imagine that you are recovering from surgery or dealing with a sick loved one. Now imagine that a friend shows up with a basket filled with a warm dinner for your family. That is what the Meal Shepherds do. From time to time there are several families that need meals, but each Meal Shepherd is responsible for one or a few meals. Call the church office if you would like to be on the list of people who make meals.

Movie Night

What can be better than dinner and a movie? How about joining friends for a potluck meal and sharing your thoughts afterwards. On the 3rd Satuday at 5:30pm (or other Saturdays when holidays interfere) gather in the church basement for Movie Night. No reservations are needed, just bring some food to share - home made or store bought are both great. The idea is to have an easy night of entertainment. For more information see John Hayes.

Christmas Market Place

Sunday, December 6, 2015 - 9:00am - 1:00pm

Make a dent in your holiday shopping this Sunday with handcrafted and fair trade items!  The annual Christmas Market Place will take place from 9am--1pm. Find global gifts with Ten Thousand Villages, unique jewelry with Bede House, quality kitchen items with Pampered Chef, and handcrafted scarves. Many other local crafters with cards, knit crafts and other items will be on hand to assist shoppers with wonderful gifts for the holiday season. The Christmas Market Place has been an annual event for about 20 years, and is a great opportunity to support social service agencies through purchases of hand-crafted items, many of which are produced in developing countries.  

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