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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Going out to make Christ known

Global Mission Connection

Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit
Matthew 28:19

The Presbyterian Church has been sending missionaries to serve internationally since 1837, and  though the role of mission has evolved, God continues to call us to meet urgent needs in a changing world.
Presbyterians have established global relationships and partnerships with a network of 150 mission workers in over 50 countries. The Mission Ministry Team invites you to, once again, considering giving support to two mission teams that are at work in the world: Jim and Jodie McGill in Niger; and the Rev. Dr. Karla Koll in Costa Rica. Prayer cards with information about each team are available on the welcome table in the narthex.

You can support them, first of all, by praying for them and for those with whom they work and for those they serve. You can also write to them at the address or email address on the card, and let them know that you are praying. And you can support them financially. Lenten Mission Connection envelopes are available, and your gift will be recorded on your giving statement. The prayer cards also include ways to give more directly, if you choose.

Neighbor Week


When: Monday, July 13—Thursday, July 16 - 9:00 am—1:00 pm

Where: Fellowship Hall

Jesus shared the parable on the Good Samaritan when he was asked "Who is my neighbor?". We know the story about the people who passed over the injured man before a Samaritan found him, bandaged him, and took him to an inn. At the end of the parable, Jesus instructs to "go and do likewise". So we’ve decided to highlight a week this summer to be extra "neighborly". We’ll work on several projects around town and we are inviting you to join us. If you are interested in participating, plan to meet in the Fellowship Hall @ 9:00 am Monday.

Christmas Joy Offering

Christmas Joy offering

Supporting past, present, and future leaders

Our donation to the Christmas Joy offering in 2014 was $1,871.00. Gifts to the Christmas Joy Offering support the unmet needs of families who have given their lives to the mission of the Presbyterian Church (USA), some of them after retirement, others while they continue to serve. They also help students at racial ethnic schools and colleges to develop their gifts and find their calling. As we celebrate Jesus' love flowing into, through, and beyond our lives this Christmas season, our gifts bear joyful witness to the power of that uncontainable love to change lives. We will receive the Christmas Joy Offering on Sunday, December 21, and at the Christmas Eve service, but you can send your gift to the church at any time.

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