Announcements - Week of February 10, 2019

Resurrection and the Life

RECEPTION FOR REV. NATALIA AND MARK

Please join us between services for a reception in the area outside the Church Office in honor of Rev. Natalia Shulgina, and her husband, Mark.

G.E.M.S.

G.E.M.S. will resume their meetings on Tuesday, Feb. 19 at noon. We will have a free lunch followed by fun and fellowship as we enjoy the warmth of inside and as we share some time playing games. Please bring your favorite game to share with the group!

FINANCE AND CHURCH COUNCIL

Meeting February 13th at 6:30 p.m. for Finance Meeting followed by Church Council at 7 p.m. in the Scott Walford Room.

FOOD PANTRY AND CLOTHES CLOSET

Your Food Pantry and Clothes Closet continues to serve those in need in our community. We are in need of Paper Grocery Bags with handles, food, and Winter Coats –All donations may be left outside of the Food Pantry Room on the first floor of the Educational Building. Thank you for your support of these mission opportunities.

UMWOMEN

Tuesday, March 5, 10:00am meeting followed by program on "Prayer and Self-Denial. Bring sandwich. Dessert and drink provided.

CONFIRMATION CLASS

The Confirmation Class is on retreat today in the Shenandoah Mountains. Please pray for them on their journey!

TEDDY BEAR SUNDAY

The children will be collecting new and gently used Teddy Bears to give to our Food Pantry children that come on Wednesdays. Please bring them on Sunday, February 17th and leave in your pew following the worship service.

Thank you to everyone who donated canned goods to our Food Pantry on Souper Bowl Sunday.

Joys & Concerns

Liz Turner’s mother, Grace Lee Tolley, who suffered a mini stroke, Barbara “Shirly” Gleston (Liz Turner’s great Aunt) for heart issues, flu and pneumonia, Ted Hughes (Liz Turner’s great Uncle) with brain cancer, Roy Quist recovering from knee surgery, Claude Cheely, Harriet Cogle, Nik, Teddy Sears, Joyce Forcke, Frankie Irons, Shirley Overstreet, Judy Wilkinson, Jane Whitlow, Cindy White, Jennifer Maitland, Isabelle Brown, those living in Alaska still dealing with aftershocks from an earthquake.