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Our Room in the Inn team needs overnight hosts and someone to provide snacks and/or breakfast on our last night of the season, Tuesday, February 20.


Do you think no one should have to sit alone in church their first Sunday?  Do you believe relationships are important when attracting and integrating guests?  If you answered “yes,” please consider becoming a shepherd or shepherd family.   Shepherd families/people are those who are willing to make first time guests feel welcome by greeting them and sitting with them if the guest desires not to be alone.  They might also introduce them to others close by.  Talk to Pastor Chelsea if you feel called to this very important ministry. Training will be scheduled with Chelsea.

 

A client of Outreach is in need of a washer and dryer. Please contact Janice Stanton.

 

Giving Statements for 2023 were mailed out at the end of January. Contact the office if you are missing yours.

 

Join Us for Tuesday Morning Book Study 2024

Starting on February 13, the Spiritual Nurture team will be offering a book study on Biblical teachings, creation care, social justice, spirituality, etc. Meetings will be bi-weekly:

February 13 & 27

March 12 & 26

April 9 & 23

May 7 & 21

Our first book study is Elusive Grace by Scott Black Johnston. Purchase of the book is encouraged, but not necessary. Join us in the Fireside Room from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 13 for our first discussion. Everyone is welcome to attend!

For more information, contact Lin Linder (lklinder@windstream.net).

 

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