One Great Hour of Sharing
One Great Hour of Sharing is the single, largest way that Presbyterians come together every year to work for a better world. Please join us in supporting this unifying cause. As Jesus says in Matthew 25, the Church belongs with those in need — whether it is offering relief from natural disasters or the ravages of war; access to food, water and healthcare; or coping with the pandemic. Through our gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing, we are there because we are the Church, together.
Join with Presbyterians worldwide in sharing God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world.
Would you like to help make this world a better place? If you can use a phone, press keys on a computer, or write a letter, you can be an advocate! Of course, the nuts and bolts involved are often the sticking point. Here are two sites that have very useful information. Go to https://www.pcusa.org/ for tips and information on various advocacy methods (phone, social media, email, letters, meetings, letters to the editor). to https://www.presbyterianmission.org/wp-content/uploads/holy_discontentment_advocacy_resource_final.pdf for information about effectively contacting your legislator. Visit https://pachurches.org/advocacy/ for information about actions you can take related to upcoming legislation. Go to https://pachurchesadvocacy.org/take-action/ for specific ideas and information about contacting your legislator.
Join us on-line at 4:00 p.m., on March 21, 2021, for a recorded Lenten concert. Our featured performed will be tenor, Timothy Lupia. Tim is a member of our choir.
Coffee Connect: A Virtual Coffee Hour
Join us this Sunday at 11:15 a.m., for Coffee Connect, a virtual coffee hour. The link is below.Coffee Connect
Do you need additional offering envelopes? For envelopes please contact the church office at [email protected]
Adult Forums, Sunday, 8:45 A.M.
Check on the website link for the schedule of our forums. This Sunday, March 7, Dr. Meg Ramey continues her series on The Sermon on the Mount.Adult Forums
Wednesday Night Classes, 7:00 P.M.
Join us on-line for a 4-week series led by the Rev. Dr. Kay Mutert on Lenten Pilgrimage: Walking the Sacred Path. More information can be found on-line. Here is the link to give you access to the class this week:Lenten Pilgrimage
Remember in Prayer This Week
- David Freet
- Bonnie Dixon
- Jason Quaid, hospitalization