Mark your calendar for the Presbyterian Women’s Annual Christmas Party scheduled for Monday, December 14. Check back for time and details.
Due to the scheduled Hanging of the Greens on Sunday, November 29, the Presbyterian Women will not be hosting their 5th Sunday soup & bread fund-raiser following worship. They WILL however, still be collecting personal hygiene items and well as toys, color books etc, for the Food Bank.
Our annual Hanging of the Greens will take place on Sunday, November 29, at 4:00p. This is the time that we gather together to decorate the church for the Advent Season. The festivities will begin at 4:00p with decorating, followed by a soup and bread meal, then concluding with a Carole Sing. Please plan on joining us as we prepare for Advent.
We have received word from the Food Bank that they are not only in need of personal hygiene items but could also use stuffed animals, color books, crayons, story books, etc, for the little ones. Rather than set up an additional donation Sunday to meet this need, we would like to give you the option of bringing hygiene items/toys or both to the 5th Sunday collection that the Presbyterian Women sponsor. The next collection is scheduled for Sunday, November 29.
Many of you already know of the New Hope Christian School we support at the Luwayo Mission site in Uganda. When our team visits there next March we hope to provide the school with a financial gift to help in their ongoing needs for materials, teacher salaries, and midday meals. If you are able to contribute to this fund, please let us know, or note designated amount in your offering.
We have nursery care available for children Infant through Pre-K during worship
On Sunday Morning we offer Church School for children and youth of all ages, taught by a committed and enthusiastic team of teachers. Church School begins at 9:30am and ends just prior to worship at 10:30am.
During Sunday morning Worship, we offer “Church for Kids” grades K-4th where children learn the Bible stories experientially through presentations, prayer, drama, readings, and crafts
On Tuesday nights from 6-8pm, we offer an AWANA Program for children ages Pre-K through 6th grade. The AWANA program is comprised of 4 components:
- Student Handbook time in which participants memorize/recite scripture
- Council time in which a Bible lesson is presented and applied to daily living
- Recreation time featuring team relays and physical activities
- Music time in which children learn songs and have a fun time of singing together