Newsletter

First Christian Church "E-news" for

November 15, 2018

Congregational Meeting (Dec 3)

A congregational meeting has been called for December 3rd, immediately following worship, to vote on 2018 budget.  Please plan to remain for this important meeting.

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A “Welcome Table” Thanksgiving (November 20)

The “Welcome Table” will host a marvelous Thanksgiving meal on our regular Tuesday schedule (6-7 pm), as we give thanks for this year-round labor of love for our neighbors and the least of these.   We welcome any volunteer assistance!

In addition, as we have drawn down staples in our pantry, we are also preparing for both Thanksgiving and Christmas meals.  If you or friends are up to adding some items to your grocery carts for us, we especially need the following staples:

 Dairy Items:

               eggs                                          butter

Box Items:

               stuffing mix                               cornbread mix

Canned Items:

              apple sauce                             cranberry sauce

              beef broth                                 vegetable broth

              canned sweet potatoes         canned fruit

              black beans                              pinto beans

              navy beans                               great northern beans

 

* * *

Recognition by Northampton Civic League

The “Welcome Table” was recognized by the Northampton Civic League during its 65th Anniversary celebration on November 13th.  Sonie Statzer, who received our award, lifted the Welcome Table’s remarkable growth of service and how during this week or next we will surpass 22,000 meals served!  Well done, First Christian Church!

 * * *

Thank You!  Samaritan’s Purse

Thank you to all who helped put a box together or donated money toward shipment.  We collected 48 boxes to deliver and $432.00 to go towards postage.  Thanks be to God!  We much appreciate Eleanor driving this life-affirming gift for children around the world, and for all who spent time and treasure in filling the many shoeboxes with thoughtful gifts.

 * * *

A Successful Fall Work Day

The Fall Work Day was a success, on the 10th!  Thank you, John, for your breakfast preparation (and gift of grits!), and the nearly dozen who worked inside and outside to tend to yards, interior lighting, and a host of other needed tasks.  The church looks great!

 * * *

Thanksgiving Offering (November 18)

The Thanksgiving Offering is used in direct support of our 14 Disciples colleges and universities, 3 seminaries and 4 seminary foundations/divinity houses.  They continue in the Disciples tradition of supporting secondary and graduate education, developing leaders for our communities and the church.

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CWF Meetings in November

Group 1 – Thursday, November 15th at 6:00 pm - (Katie Pearson’s home)

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Church Office Closed (November 22 & 23)

The church office will be closed Thursday November 22nd & Friday November 23rd in observance of Thanksgiving. We will resume our normal schedule on Monday, November 26th.

 

 ADVENT EVENTS!

 

Hanging of the Greens (December 1)

Saturday, December 1, 9 am

Starting at 9 am, we will hang the greens and prepare the Lord’s house for the Advent season.  Come when you can, stay as long as fits in your schedule.

 * * *

Let’s Go Caroling! (December 2)

Sunday, December 2, 3:00 pm

Meet at the church; from there we’ll head out to carry Christmas greetings and share Christmas carols with our church family unable to get out and about this season.  Then we’ll head back to the Herrings’ home (across the street from the church) for food and fun; bring a snack to share!

 * * *

All-Church Christmas Party (December 12)

Wednesday, December 12, 6 pm

The Christmas  Dinner  will be on Wednesday, December 12th at  6 o'clock  in the Fellowship Hall.  We hope  to see everyone  that  evening.  Please bring   your  favorite  holiday  dish to share. We will have the jolly  guy  in a red suit visit after we  eat. Please sign up on the sheet in the narthex if you plan to attend.

* * *

Christmas Cantata (December 16)

Sunday, December 16, 10:45 am

Come share the joy of the Choir’s Christmas Cantata, during the Sunday morning worship service.  Our amazing choir is dedicating much extra time and extra energy to this gift – come and receive!

 * * *

“The Warming Tree” for The Rescue Mission

The Warming Tree will be set up in the Narthex/lobby by Sunday, Dec 2nd, ready to receive your gently used or new donations of hats, scarves, gloves, men’s-size long underwear! All donations will be delivered to the Peninsula Rescue Mission for distribution.  Thank you!

 * * *

Christmas Offering (December 16 & 23)

The Special Christmas Offering supports regional ministries of the Disciples of Christ in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Virginia region nurtures ministers and provides opportunities to congregations for work, worship and retreat.  This offering will be received December 16 and 23.

 * * *

Christmas Poinsettias & Blessings

(Orders Due NLT November 25)

This year as we decorate our sanctuary for the Advent season, we will also offer a blessing to help feed those who hunger for food and companionship.  You may order poinsettias ($8.00 each) or make a donation (in any amount) for The Welcome Table, First Christian’s weekly free dinner ministry.

 

If you would like to have your gift acknowledged in memory or honor of your loved one(s), please provide the following information:

 

I would like ________ poinsettia (s) to be used in our sanctuary at a cost of $8.00 each.

 

I am making a donation in the amount of ______________  for The Welcome Table, First Christian’s ministry to people who hunger for food and companionship.

 

I am making this purchase or donation in honor of: _____________________________________________________________

 

I am making this purchase or donation in memory of: _____________________________________________________________

 

From: _______________________________________________________

 

Please return this information with your money or check (with "Poinsettias & Blessings" in the memo), by Sunday, November 25th.  You may place these in the offering plate or mail them to the church office. 

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Word from the Pastor

And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in the one body.  And be thankful.  Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly; teach and admonish one another in all wisdom; and with gratitude in your hearts sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to God.

And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

(Colossians 3:15-178, NRSV)

 I like listening to folks’ stories, although it can sometimes be a challenge on Sunday morning when I find myself pulled in several directions!  There is something about the intimacy of those shared experiences when we get to glimpse the most powerful parts of peoples’ lives – their character, their hearts, their faith, their legacy, their concerns…  and for whatever it may do for them, we ourselves walk away with something that may well change us.

Stories convey much more than facts and feelings, whether one is listening to another, reading a newspaper article or a passage from the Bible, we have the opportunity to touch something eternal in others’ lives.  I first noticed this almost magical element to stories when hospitalized for throat surgery as an 11-year old.  After the first evening, curiosity got the better of me as to my roommate.  No family members or church members visited this man who seemed ancient to me at the time.  With a face as wrinkled like lines on a topographic map, his warm laugh reminded me of a beloved grandfather who had died some years before.  He shared funny stories, sometimes chiding himself for having shared one from the war that wasn’t quite rated “G.”  At other times, I would notice embarrassment over the unbidden tears that suddenly streaked down his face.

The sharing of stories is perhaps one of the most powerful acts of a human being… for the speaker… and, for the listener.  It’s one reason why when I read the Gospels it seems to me that this powerful element of sharing life is very much something that swirls in and around the ministry of Jesus…. In his telling as much as his listening.  Stories are transformative – conveying values and meanings.

This brings me to Thanksgiving which is nearly upon us, a time of gathering and likewise, quite often it’s a time of stories… Remembered… Shared... Funny… Poignant.  At some level, underneath it all, stories convey an element of gratitude for survival, like the World War I veteran of my youth as much as the historic Thanksgiving events within the life of our nation – be that for the Pilgrims in 1621, the conclusion of our war of independence in 1783, or in the depths of the Civil War.    The real question at the end of all our stories is this:  What will we do with this amazing, if flawed or damaged gift which is our life as the people of “THE Story” of which we sing of on Sundays and  read of in scriptures?

May you find new and renewed blessings on the day and in our lives of thanksgiving to God, in Jesus Christ!

 Blessings!

Vinson

  

WAYS TO HELP & STANDING ANNOUNCMENTS

 

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

 After Worship Refreshments Sign-Up.

Want to help out with cookies or simple finger-foods for members and guests to enjoy following worship?  A sign-up sheet is in the Narthex.  No baked goods requiring the use of plastic utensils or paper plates, except for the first Sunday of the month when we celebrate birthdays (Pam Goode provides everything needed for the birthday celebrations).  Those providing cookies may also provide lemonade if so desired.  The CMF will continue to prepare the coffee and maintains a stash of commercially packaged cookies, in the event that we do not have a cookie volunteer.

Sermon Copies & Lectionary Readings.

Printed sermon copies are kept on the literature carousel in the Narthex, and online at:  https://seaanchor.wordpress.com/.

Read the scriptures lessons for upcoming Sundays online, go to: http://disciples.org/resources/lectionary/.  Readings are in the New Revised Standard Version.

 

Church on the Web at: http://firstchristianhampton.org/

The website is a useful “one-stop shop” resource for church members and the community.  The “Welcome” page has links to all our social media sites, scriptures for each Sunday, and pastor’s sermons.  On other pages you can find links to daily meditations, helpful resources, and more!  Make it a “favorite” for yourself and others!

 

CWF Mission Fund Contributions, in Lieu of Yard Sale.

The CWF no longer has the spring and fall yard and bake sales, that generated funds for a CWF contribution to the Disciples Mission Fund. The CWF encourages members to continue to support the Disciples Mission Fund by writing a check rather than spending a week working on a yard and bake sale. Please make your check payable to CWF, write Disciples Mission Fund on the memo line, and give to Barbara Mathews, treasurer. Thank you for your continued support!

 WANT TO HELP OTHERS?

 

Welcome Table Wish List.

The Wishlist has been updated to reflect items needed for weekly meals, as well as the traditional Thanksgiving meal that the cooks plan to prepare. Our pantry is in short supply of items not available from the Foodbank and not received in weekly Food Lion pickups. Please check the Wish List in the most recent e-news prior to making a purchase, as changes will be made based on needs identified by the lead cooks. If you bring donations on a Sunday, please place them on the tables across from the Welcome Table pantry. As always, your gifts are greatly appreciated!

Current Needs:

  • Eggs

  • Margarine or butter quarters

  • Cornbread mix

  • Beef broth

  • Turkey broth

  • Vegetable broth

  • canned sweet potatoes

  • Stuffing mix

  • Jarred turkey gravy

  • Cream of mushroom soup

  • Beans-black, pinto, navy, great northern

  • Cranberry sauce

  • Applesauce

  • Canned fruit

 

Items NOT Currently Needed:

  • Instant mashed potatoes

  • Tomatoes (any type)

  • Canned corn

 

Comfort Bags for Cancer Patients.

We all know someone who has gone through the tough experience of chemotherapy.  As an ongoing ministry, the “Salty Christians Sunday School Class” assembles “comfort bags” for patients receiving chemotherapy at Riverside.  Well more than 40 bags and 20 crocheted hats have been provided.  Each bag contains items that hopefully make the treatment day a little easier - hand sanitizer, wipes, lip balm, hard candies, gum, hand lotion, pencil and sharpener and eraser, pen, crossword or Sudoku activity book, note pad and nail file.  Want to help out?  Purchase any of these items (many of which can be found at the local Dollar Tree stores), and place them in the basket on the table in the Narthex.  If you like to knit or crochet and want to make hats, we know they will be a treat for those in need.  Thank you for your help!

 

Got Clothes You No Longer Need?

Fall cleaning and those great clothes don’t fit anymore (one way or the other)?  Bring CLEAN clothes in good repair to the Girl Scouts’ clothes closet at the church.  It is open during Welcome table hours and gets a lot of much-appreciated use!  Clean clothes, shoes, hats, etc. – are all needed. Leave your bag of donated clothes outside the clothes closet door.

 

HELP Inc’s Community Pantry & Medical Needs.

·       Emergency Food Pantry.  Always needed – peanut butter, dry potatoes, SpaghettO’s, canned chicken/spam/ham, cereal, oatmeal, grits, powdered milk packets, canned vegetables & toilet paper.  HELP will not accept expired items nor soft drinks.

·       Medical Equipment & Supplies.  Have no longer needed walkers, wheelchairs, adults “Depends” or children’s diapers, or other unused medical supplies?  HELP’s medical and dental clinics can use them to assist those without medical insurance.

 

Box Tops for Education!

Bring in your "Box Tops" and drop in the basket in Narthex.

 Congregational Meeting (Dec 3)

A congregational meeting has been called for December 3rd, immediately following worship, to vote on 2018 budget.  Please plan to remain for this important meeting.

 

* * *

A “Welcome Table” Thanksgiving (November 20)

The “Welcome Table” will host a marvelous Thanksgiving meal on our regular Tuesday schedule (6-7 pm), as we give thanks for this year-round labor of love for our neighbors and the least of these.   We welcome any volunteer assistance!

In addition, as we have drawn down staples in our pantry, we are also preparing for both Thanksgiving and Christmas meals.  If you or friends are up to adding some items to your grocery carts for us, we especially need the following staples:

 

Dairy Items:

               eggs                                          butter

Box Items:

               stuffing mix                               cornbread mix

Canned Items:

              apple sauce                             cranberry sauce

              beef broth                                 vegetable broth

              canned sweet potatoes         canned fruit

              black beans                              pinto beans

              navy beans                               great northern beans

 

* * *

Recognition by Northampton Civic League

The “Welcome Table” was recognized by the Northampton Civic League during its 65th Anniversary celebration on November 13th.  Sonie Statzer, who received our award, lifted the Welcome Table’s remarkable growth of service and how during this week or next we will surpass 22,000 meals served!  Well done, First Christian Church!

 

* * *

Thank You!  Samaritan’s Purse

Thank you to all who helped put a box together or donated money toward shipment.  We collected 48 boxes to deliver and $432.00 to go towards postage.  Thanks be to God!  We much appreciate Eleanor driving this life-affirming gift for children around the world, and for all who spent time and treasure in filling the many shoeboxes with thoughtful gifts.

 

* * *

A Successful Fall Work Day

The Fall Work Day was a success, on the 10th!  Thank you, John, for your breakfast preparation (and gift of grits!), and the nearly dozen who worked inside and outside to tend to yards, interior lighting, and a host of other needed tasks.  The church looks great!

 

* * *

Thanksgiving Offering (November 18)

The Thanksgiving Offering is used in direct support of our 14 Disciples colleges and universities, 3 seminaries and 4 seminary foundations/divinity houses.  They continue in the Disciples tradition of supporting secondary and graduate education, developing leaders for our communities and the church.

 

* * *

CWF Meetings in November

Group 1 – Thursday, November 15th at 6:00 pm

      (Katie Pearson’s home)

 

* * *

Church Office Closed (November 22 & 23)

The church office will be closed Thursday November 22nd & Friday November 23rd in observance of Thanksgiving. We will resume our normal schedule on Monday, November 26th.

 

 

ADVENT EVENTS!

 

Hanging of the Greens (December 1)

Saturday, December 1, 9 am

Starting at 9 am, we will hang the greens and prepare the Lord’s house for the Advent season.  Come when you can, stay as long as fits in your schedule.

 

* * *

Let’s Go Caroling! (December 2)

Sunday, December 2, 3:00 pm

Meet at the church; from there we’ll head out to carry Christmas greetings and share Christmas carols with our church family unable to get out and about this season.  Then we’ll head back to the Herrings’ home (across the street from the church) for food and fun; bring a snack to share!

 

* * *

All-Church Christmas Party (December 12)

Wednesday, December 12, 6 pm

The Christmas  Dinner  will be on Wednesday, December 12th at  6 o'clock  in the Fellowship Hall.  We hope  to see everyone  that  evening.  Please bring   your  favorite  holiday  dish to share. We will have the jolly  guy  in a red suit visit after we  eat. Please sign up on the sheet in the narthex if you plan to attend.

 

* * *

Christmas Cantata (December 16)

Sunday, December 16, 10:45 am

Come share the joy of the Choir’s Christmas Cantata, during the Sunday morning worship service.  Our amazing choir is dedicating much extra time and extra energy to this gift – come and receive!

 

* * *

“The Warming Tree” for The Rescue Mission

The Warming Tree will be set up in the Narthex/lobby by Sunday, Dec 2nd, ready to receive your gently used or new donations of hats, scarves, gloves, men’s-size long underwear! All donations will be delivered to the Peninsula Rescue Mission for distribution.  Thank you!

 

* * *

Christmas Offering (December 16 & 23)

The Special Christmas Offering supports regional ministries of the Disciples of Christ in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Virginia region nurtures ministers and provides opportunities to congregations for work, worship and retreat.  This offering will be received December 16 and 23.

 

* * *

Christmas Poinsettias & Blessings

(Orders Due NLT November 25)

This year as we decorate our sanctuary for the Advent season, we will also offer a blessing to help feed those who hunger for food and companionship.  You may order poinsettias ($8.00 each) or make a donation (in any amount) for The Welcome Table, First Christian’s weekly free dinner ministry.

 

If you would like to have your gift acknowledged in memory or honor of your loved one(s), please provide the following information:

 

I would like ________ poinsettia (s) to be used in our sanctuary at a cost of $8.00 each.

 

I am making a donation in the amount of ______________  for The Welcome Table, First Christian’s ministry to people who hunger for food and companionship.

 

I am making this purchase or donation in honor of: _____________________________________________________________

 

I am making this purchase or donation in memory of: _____________________________________________________________

 

From: _______________________________________________________

 

Please return this information with your money or check (with "Poinsettias & Blessings" in the memo), by Sunday, November 25th.  You may place these in the offering plate or mail them to the church office. 

 

* * *

Word from the Pastor

And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in the one body.  And be thankful.  Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly; teach and admonish one another in all wisdom; and with gratitude in your hearts sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to God.

And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

(Colossians 3:15-178, NRSV)

 

I like listening to folks’ stories, although it can sometimes be a challenge on Sunday morning when I find myself pulled in several directions!  There is something about the intimacy of those shared experiences when we get to glimpse the most powerful parts of peoples’ lives – their character, their hearts, their faith, their legacy, their concerns…  and for whatever it may do for them, we ourselves walk away with something that may well change us.

Stories convey much more than facts and feelings, whether one is listening to another, reading a newspaper article or a passage from the Bible, we have the opportunity to touch something eternal in others’ lives.  I first noticed this almost magical element to stories when hospitalized for throat surgery as an 11-year old.  After the first evening, curiosity got the better of me as to my roommate.  No family members or church members visited this man who seemed ancient to me at the time.  With a face as wrinkled like lines on a topographic map, his warm laugh reminded me of a beloved grandfather who had died some years before.  He shared funny stories, sometimes chiding himself for having shared one from the war that wasn’t quite rated “G.”  At other times, I would notice embarrassment over the unbidden tears that suddenly streaked down his face.

The sharing of stories is perhaps one of the most powerful acts of a human being… for the speaker… and, for the listener.  It’s one reason why when I read the Gospels it seems to me that this powerful element of sharing life is very much something that swirls in and around the ministry of Jesus…. In his telling as much as his listening.  Stories are transformative – conveying values and meanings.

This brings me to Thanksgiving which is nearly upon us, a time of gathering and likewise, quite often it’s a time of stories… Remembered… Shared... Funny… Poignant.  At some level, underneath it all, stories convey an element of gratitude for survival, like the World War I veteran of my youth as much as the historic Thanksgiving events within the life of our nation – be that for the Pilgrims in 1621, the conclusion of our war of independence in 1783, or in the depths of the Civil War.    The real question at the end of all our stories is this:  What will we do with this amazing, if flawed or damaged gift which is our life as the people of “THE Story” of which we sing of on Sundays and  read of in scriptures?

May you find new and renewed blessings on the day and in our lives of thanksgiving to God, in Jesus Christ!

 

Blessings!

Vinson

 

 

WAYS TO HELP & STANDING ANNOUNCMENTS

 

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

After Worship Refreshments Sign-Up.

Want to help out with cookies or simple finger-foods for members and guests to enjoy following worship?  A sign-up sheet is in the Narthex.  No baked goods requiring the use of plastic utensils or paper plates, except for the first Sunday of the month when we celebrate birthdays (Pam Goode provides everything needed for the birthday celebrations).  Those providing cookies may also provide lemonade if so desired.  The CMF will continue to prepare the coffee and maintains a stash of commercially packaged cookies, in the event that we do not have a cookie volunteer.

 

Sermon Copies & Lectionary Readings.

Printed sermon copies are kept on the literature carousel in the Narthex, and online at:  https://seaanchor.wordpress.com/.

Read the scriptures lessons for upcoming Sundays online, go to: http://disciples.org/resources/lectionary/.  Readings are in the New Revised Standard Version.

 

Church on the Web at: http://firstchristianhampton.org/

The website is a useful “one-stop shop” resource for church members and the community.  The “Welcome” page has links to all our social media sites, scriptures for each Sunday, and pastor’s sermons.  On other pages you can find links to daily meditations, helpful resources, and more!  Make it a “favorite” for yourself and others!

 

CWF Mission Fund Contributions, in Lieu of Yard Sale.

The CWF no longer has the spring and fall yard and bake sales, that generated funds for a CWF contribution to the Disciples Mission Fund. The CWF encourages members to continue to support the Disciples Mission Fund by writing a check rather than spending a week working on a yard and bake sale. Please make your check payable to CWF, write Disciples Mission Fund on the memo line, and give to Barbara Mathews, treasurer. Thank you for your continued support!

 

 

WANT TO HELP OTHERS?

 

Welcome Table Wish List.

The Wishlist has been updated to reflect items needed for weekly meals, as well as the traditional Thanksgiving meal that the cooks plan to prepare. Our pantry is in short supply of items not available from the Foodbank and not received in weekly Food Lion pickups. Please check the Wish List in the most recent e-news prior to making a purchase, as changes will be made based on needs identified by the lead cooks. If you bring donations on a Sunday, please place them on the tables across from the Welcome Table pantry. As always, your gifts are greatly appreciated!

Current Needs:

  • Eggs

  • Margarine or butter quarters

  • Cornbread mix

  • Beef broth

  • Turkey broth

  • Vegetable broth

  • canned sweet potatoes

  • Stuffing mix

  • Jarred turkey gravy

  • Cream of mushroom soup

  • Beans-black, pinto, navy, great northern

  • Cranberry sauce

  • Applesauce

  • Canned fruit

 

Items NOT Currently Needed:

  • Instant mashed potatoes

  • Tomatoes (any type)

  • Canned corn

 

Comfort Bags for Cancer Patients.

We all know someone who has gone through the tough experience of chemotherapy.  As an ongoing ministry, the “Salty Christians Sunday School Class” assembles “comfort bags” for patients receiving chemotherapy at Riverside.  Well more than 40 bags and 20 crocheted hats have been provided.  Each bag contains items that hopefully make the treatment day a little easier - hand sanitizer, wipes, lip balm, hard candies, gum, hand lotion, pencil and sharpener and eraser, pen, crossword or Sudoku activity book, note pad and nail file.  Want to help out?  Purchase any of these items (many of which can be found at the local Dollar Tree stores), and place them in the basket on the table in the Narthex.  If you like to knit or crochet and want to make hats, we know they will be a treat for those in need.  Thank you for your help!

 

Got Clothes You No Longer Need?

Fall cleaning and those great clothes don’t fit anymore (one way or the other)?  Bring CLEAN clothes in good repair to the Girl Scouts’ clothes closet at the church.  It is open during Welcome table hours and gets a lot of much-appreciated use!  Clean clothes, shoes, hats, etc. – are all needed. Leave your bag of donated clothes outside the clothes closet door.

 

HELP Inc’s Community Pantry & Medical Needs.

·       Emergency Food Pantry.  Always needed – peanut butter, dry potatoes, SpaghettO’s, canned chicken/spam/ham, cereal, oatmeal, grits, powdered milk packets, canned vegetables & toilet paper.  HELP will not accept expired items nor soft drinks.

·       Medical Equipment & Supplies.  Have no longer needed walkers, wheelchairs, adults “Depends” or children’s diapers, or other unused medical supplies?  HELP’s medical and dental clinics can use them to assist those without medical insurance.

 

Box Tops for Education!

Bring in your "Box Tops" and drop in the basket in Narthex.

 Nov 18

Thanksgiving Offering

 

Nov 15

CWF Group 1, 6:00 pm - Katie Pearson’s Home

 

Nov 22

Thanksgiving Day

 

Dec 1

Decorate the Church, 9am

 

Dec 2

Congregational Meeting, After worship

 

Caroling Party, Herring Home - 3:00 pm

 

Dec 12

All Church Christmas Dinner, 6:00 pm

 

Dec 16

Christmas Cantata

Sunday Worship

 

Dec 16 & Dec 23

Christmas Offering

 

 Welcome Table Teams

   Cooking        Shopping

   Nov 20 O’Brien & Cuthrell

   Nov 27 Miller & Raiford

   Dec 4   Herring & Kuster

   Dec 11 Kuster & Cuthrell