This Wednesday at 7:00 PM – be in the Fellowship hall to learn how to make mats for the homeless – out of used grocery bags.
Yes that’s right; that mat Bob is holding is actually made from dozens of cleverly woven used grocery bags. No kidding.
So go to that drawer you have in the kitchen that is positively bursting with used grocery bags, and gather them up, along with your scissors, cutting wheels or whatever you’ve got and come on down. You’ll have fun learning how to make a mat that will protect a homeless person from the the harsh, cold ground this winter. As Bob says, we may not be able to do everything for the homeless, but we can do something – and this is certainly something.
See you there Brothers and Sisters.
For anyone who may not have heard the news, Chris Abernethy has organized a congregational singing night for Sunday, September 18th. It’s happening at the Church building starting at 6 pm and of course, all are welcome.
So bring your voices to the Church on Sunday to lift up our lord in praise with the following songs.
We have included streaming links to the A Cappella Workshop Praise and Harmony training recordings that exist for these selected songs.
So if you would like to work on your parts for the songs, you can do so with these recordings. Soprano and Tenor part are on the left Stereo channel, and Alto and Bass parts are on the Right channel; so you can move your balance control to better hear the part you wish to study.
-76: How Great Thou Art
-860: There Is A Habitation and/or
-318: O Sacred Head
-105R: How Deep The Father’s Love
-62: I Exalt Thee
–Be Unto Your Name/Worthy Is The Lamb
–Before The Throne of God Above
Just a reminder that this coming Tuesday August 16th, from 7 – 9 PM, you are invited to join the Ladies Service Night and help make Walker Totes.
Don’t worry if you’re not a seamstress, there are many other ways you can help in the making of these special Totes. So please, join in the fun and come help with this wonderful project. The walkers will be given to a local nursing home.
Well VBS certainly does rock, but what you’re seeing here is rocks of a different kind. You may have heard that this year’s theme for Vacation Bible School is ‘David, a man after God’s own heart’. And when we think of David, it’s hard not to think of Goliath and his fall at the hands of this remarkable young man.
This week the Ladies Ministry got together and made very creative use of some leftover paint and paper bags in order to create some rather excellent looking rocks. It’s all part of the VBS preparations and as you can see, fun is already being had by everyone; and VBS is still over a month away. This is just one of many things the ladies are doing to make this years VBS a resounding success. Contact Carolyn Martin to find our how you can help; and of course don’t forget; you can click on the VBS banner on this web site’s home page to sign up for this years VBS. We’ll see you there.
Ladies, we’ll be making caps for preemie babies or chemo patients. Just bring some soft yarn and your knitting needles or crochet hook. If you don’t know how, the Twisted Sisters will be happy to teach you. Call Carolyn Martin, Holly Singhas, or Jena Cote with your questions.
What is Church Web Site Awareness Week
Coming up next week is “Church Web Site Awareness Week; or to put it another way; “Make mywcoc.org your Home Page for a week (or more if you want to). See the additional article for details on how to make the church web site your homepage on four of the major web browsers.
Yes folks the new church web site is up, running and fully functional. And in more ways than one is more than a cosmetic upgrade. This new site offers a more dynamic and interactive service for the entire church family, local community and all to help us lift up the glory of God.
It’s time to make a joyful noise to the Lord!
Scott Lippiatt will be here at the Church on April 23- 24 for a wonderful weekend of singing. Join us Saturday afternoon for some time to focus on helpful ways to improve our worship through song, and for a congregational sing on Saturday night too.
All are invited.
We are still making Beanies for Babies – there is a need at local area hospitals. Please bring your knit or crocheted hats and give them to Carolyn Martin or leave them at the church office.
If you would like to learn how to make the preemie hats and contribute to this wonderful and heartwarming ministry, see Carolyn.
Our next VBS Planning meeting will be April 16th at 9 a.m. for more practical planning as we consider how to share the story of “David: A man after God’s own Heart” with our children.
There is a place for everyone to help! It’s gonna be GOOD! If you were not able to make last month’s meeting, see Becca for more details.
Yes folks it’s here again – daylight savings start at 2:00 am this Sunday March 13th, and ends at 2:00 am Sunday November 6th. So don’t forget to change your clocks one hour forward on Saturday night: if you do forget, you might be late for Church.