Thursday, November 29, 2018


Loving and Learning in Lodi December 2 2018
            A familiar cartoon from childhood is from the ‘Peanuts’ series by Charles Schultz. Lucy is holding the football for Charlie Brown to kick. She notoriously likes to pull the ball away as Charlie attempts to kick it, and Charlie ends up flat on his back! She does this to him EVERYTIME! Yet, every time, he chooses to TRUST her!! I, personally, think he is nuts! But, Charlie Brown has a heart that trusts.
          As the Advent Season begins this Sunday, we’ll light the first candle on our Advent Wreath…the Candle of Trust…
                               See you Sunday!
                                                                                            Pastor Diane

Mid-week prayer request: Prayers for Bob Heitkamp’s sister, Phyllis, who had complications following a surgery. She was in critical condition and is now stable.

Anniversary:
~Neal and Pat McLoda will be celebrating 61 years, Dec. 1. The secret: just hangin’ in there!
~Karl and Donna (VanTrees) Hankins will celebrate 9 years Nov. 28.  Karl said the secret is Donna’s patience and they are looking forward to many, many more!
Joys: 
~Charlie Brown shared that over 500 Christmas cards will be delivered!  Many of those cards came from this church.  When they got home the other day, 144 cards had been left in their screen door! Thank you!
~Grace Harvey’s brother-in-law is recovery and doing well after his surgery.
~Letha and Larry Mapes are grandparents to a beautiful baby boy, Erik James, Nov. 9.  They are ecstatic!
~Larry Scott shared that many things, besides the rain and ice came down, branches and leaves, too! Donny handled the branches and his family handled the leaves.  He is very grateful!
~Nadine and Garry Moore really enjoyed Thanksgiving with all of their family!  It is the first time in a really long time that they were home for the holidays.
~Patty Ramey is having a good day and hopes to be moved to a nursing facility to recover from her broken hip and gall bladder surgery.
Concerns: 
~Continued prayers for Connie Cray’s daughter-in-law’s mother who has pancreatic cancer.
~Patti Graves’ friend’s son, Gabe Ruso, passed away.
~Neal and Pat McLoda’s son-in-law’s mother passed away.  Prayers for the Kepler family.
~Rob Laughlin’s cousin died on Thanksgiving day. His 94-year-old uncle is in a coma. Married for 72 years. His aunt needs prayers to help deal with all this.
~All the unspoken prayers among us.
~Our military personnel, near and far. 
Recovering: Garry Moore, Tom Repp, Charlie Brown, Hattie Ziegler, Lee Geissman, Patty Ramey
Cancer: Diane McMahon, Rich Serafin, Terry Gayner, Zachary, Delbert Miller
Families Grieving:  The Acey Baker family, The Lois Jockisch family, The Jim Hastings family, The Susie Hall family, The Judy Yoder family, The Joni Barnes family, The Doris Formanek family, Ken Wiley family

Sunday, December 2nd, 2018
Liturgist:       Jane Corbus                                              Greeter/s: Rich & Anne Serafin
Hymns:         O Come, O Come, Emmanuel                     verses 1, 2 & 4         #211
                     Holy Ground                                            sing once                     TFWS #2272
                     Through It All                                           sing twice                     #507
                     Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus               verses 1 & 2                     #196

Scripture                   Isaiah 43:1 - 7                                             New International Version
But now, this is what the Lord says—
he who created you, Jacob, he who formed you, Israel:
“Do not fear, for I have redeemed you;
I have summoned you by name; you are mine.
When you pass through the waters, I will be with you;
and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you.
When you walk through the fire, will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.
For I am the Lord your God, the Holy One of Israel, your Savior…
Since you are precious and honored in my sight, and because I love you…
Do not be afraid, for I am with you;
I will bring your children from the east and gather you from the west.
I will say to the north, ‘Give them up!’ and to the south, ‘Do not hold them back.’
Bring my sons from afar and my daughters from the ends of the earth—
everyone who is called by my name, whom I created for my glory, whom I formed and made.”
Leader:    The word of God for the people of God.                       People:    Thanks be to God.

THE CHURCH IN ACTION
Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings at 7. Come join us!

We have our monthly potluck this Sunday. The youth are providing two main dishes. Please bring salads, vegetables and desserts.

Remember to bring your 2019 Stewardship cards to worship this Sunday if you’re ready to turn them in.

Pick up your copy of our Advent Devotional as you leave church this Sunday! They are at the back of the sanctuary. Advent begins this Sunday!

United Methodist Women are asking for donations for the bake sale at the Vendor Show!  Bake up your favorite sweet treat to share!  Bring them in Friday afternoon after 12:00pm, November 30th.


Pampered Chef vendor, Jackie Tiffe, has set up a link to credit the youth group on any order you place with her. As you check out on the website, you’ll have an option to select the “Lodi UMC Youth” group as the ‘Party Host.’ If you can’t make it to the Vendor Show and want to order Pampered Chef, here’s the link: https://www.pamperedchef.com/pws/jackiechihiltiffe

Breakfast with Santa scheduled for Dec 8th from 9AM to noon at Lodi UMC. Proceeds are to benefit the Lodi Community Center and R.O.A.R. (Riders for Opioid Addiction Recovery). We are requesting a $5.00 cash donation the day of the breakfast. Everyone is welcome!

Our Christmas Giving Tree this year will include the following ways to give to others: You can take a tear off tag from the poster board at the front of the sanctuary with an item to buy for a member of the three families we help celebrate Christ’s birth. You may give a donation to our monthly community meals, Feed My Sheep or you may give to the on-going ministry of our local Food Bank at the Good Samaritans. Ornaments will be placed on the tree at the front of the sanctuary for those donations and can be taken home Christmas Eve.

We are taking Poinsettias orders through Sunday, Dec. 16th. The poinsettias come in 6-inch pots with a donation cost of $10 each. A form is included at the end of this email for you to use to designate if the poinsettia is “In Memory of…” or “In Honor of…” those special people in your life. Make any checks payable to ‘Lodi UMC’ and note that it is for ‘poinsettias.’ You can mail your order or put it in Sunday’s offering plate. Poinsettias can be taken home Christmas Eve.

Tuesday, December 11 at 7pm: Blue Christmas Service. A time when we can, with others, acknowledge the “blue” feelings we have at Christmas time, the losses behind them, and offer them to God. In this service, we’ll share in some quiet music, hopeful words, light candles in memory of our loved ones, and find a place to simply be ourselves in the struggles of the season.

Christmas Eve Services on Monday, December 24th at 7:00 & 11:00 P.M.

Wednesday, November 21, 2018


Loving and Learning in Lodi November 25 2018
          I often find myself offering prayers of many kinds at hospital beds, care center beds, after meetings, before meals, during worship, as funerals are planned or weddings planned. I always give thanks to God in those prayers. I can’t help it. I just always see things to be grateful for.
          In happy situations, giving thanks is obvious and the words are easily spoken. In difficult situations, thankfulness seems like THE last thing to say to God! But even in life’s hardest places, there are ‘tender mercies’ from God poking through and adding bits of kindness and grace.
          We’ll celebrate our official day of Thanksgiving this week. I hope you all have a wonderful time with those you love. AND, may you always be graced with the eyes to see God’s ‘tender mercies’ everyday!
                             See you Sunday!
                                                                                      Pastor Diane
From our prayer time on Sunday, November 18th:
Birthday: 
~Irene Scott is 74.  She is looking forward to their oldest grandson’s college graduation in St. Louis in the spring and traveling.
Joys: 
~Anne Serafin shared that Rich is seven years cancer free!
~Neal and Pat McLoda have been blessed with a second great grandchild! Hayley Leigh.
~Mitch Dees hopes everyone enjoys your family and friends, everyone has safe travels, and always remember those who are not with us during this Thanksgiving season.  
Concerns: 
~Sue Weir asked for prayers for a young mother that has a re-occurrence of breast cancer.
~Patty Ramey is in Medina Hospital.
~Lu Repp shared that Tom had infusions and transfusions this past week.
~Tom Grim, son of Beth, continues to battle brain cancer.
~Prayers for all the people involved in the California fires.
~Remember all the unspoken prayers among us.
~Our military personnel and their families, near and far. 
Recovering: Garry Moore, Tom Repp, Charlie Brown, Hattie Ziegler, Lee Geissman, Patty Ramey
Cancer: Diane McMahon, Rich Serafin, Terry Gayner, Zachary, Delbert Miller
Families Grieving:  The Acey Baker family, The Lois Jockisch family, The Jim Hastings family, The Susie Hall family, The Judy Yoder family, The Joni Barnes family, The Doris Formanek family, Ken Wiley family

Sunday, November 18th, 2018
Liturgist:      Patti Graves                                            Greeter/s: Leo & Chris Sparr
Hymns:        We Gather Together                               verses 1 – 3             #131
                   Come and Find the Quiet Center                sing once                TFWS #2128
                   For the Fruits of This Creation                   verses 1 & 3             #97
                             -to the tune of #688                    
                   Now Thank We All Our God                      verses 1 – 3             #102

Scripture                              Colossians 3:12 - 17                                 New International Version
          Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity.
          Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful. Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts. And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.
Leader:    The word of God for the people of God.                     People:    Thanks be to God.

THE CHURCH IN ACTION
Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings at 7. Come join us!

Remember to bring your 2019 Stewardship cards to worship this Sunday if you’re ready to turn them in.

Advent  Study Begins Next Monday!! ~ To Live Again ~ Mondays at 10:00 a.m.  November 26 to December 17, 2018. Cost is $7. Class is led by Dee Heitkamp. To Live Again is an original Advent course, written by Sheila Jacobs, based on, and inspired by, It’s a Wonderful Life. The four weekly study sessions are structured around key scenes from the film.

Pick up your copy of our Advent Devotional as you leave church this Sunday! They are at the back of the sanctuary.

United Methodist Women will host a bake sale to benefit the summer mission trip for our youth at the Vendor Craft Show on Saturday, December 1st. If you can donate some sweet treats to help with this, please bring them to the church on Friday, November 30th. Thank you!

Mark your calendars:         ~Blue Christmas Service on Tuesday, December 11TH at 7:00 p.m.
~Christmas Eve Services on Monday, December 24th at 7:00 & 11:00 P.M.


Pampered Chef vendor, Jackie Tiffe, has set up a link to credit the youth group on any order you place with her. As you check out on the website, you’ll have an option to select the “Lodi UMC Youth” group as the ‘Party Host.’ If you can’t make it to the Vendor Show and want to order Pampered Chef, here’s the link: https://www.pamperedchef.com/pws/jackiechihiltiffe


Thursday, November 15, 2018

Loving and Learning in Lodi November 18 2018

          Sunday wraps up our Old Testament 101 series with a review of our learnings from this fall.

          You’ll be receiving your stewardship mailing, Giving Thanks with Grateful Hearts, in the next several days to help you decide how you want to live your membership promises in 2019…to be faithful with your prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness. On Sunday, we’ll have a video of a mystery guest sharing about how she/he lives their stewardship in daily life. You won’t want to miss it!!

                               See you Sunday!
                                                                                            Pastor Diane


Birthday:   Travis Bloom is turning 14 and has no idea what to look forward to – he was speechless
Thank you:
~Harry and Janet Baker thanked everyone for helping them celebrate 60 years last week!  
~Hattie Ziegler is back from her “vacation” in St. Thomas and “The Lodi Spa”.  A big thank you to all those that visited, called, sent cards and prayed for her while she was recuperating.  
~Bob Heitkamp thanked everyone for the prayers for their friend, Rev. Duane Ambrose, who had fallen.  He is doing great and will be in rehab.
Joys:  
~Leo and Chris Sparr got a wonderful surprise this morning.  8:00am knock on the door – their daughter, LeeAnn and son-in-law Ray, from Florida, came to go to church with them.  It’s nice to have them in church with us.
~Dee Heitkamp shared that the lady beside her, Sherri Walker, was returning after worshiping with us last week.  She liked the service and the very friendly people and came back!
Concerns:
~ Carol Osborn shared that her granddaughter, Brihanna, has returned to North Carolina.  Their home is totally destroyed.  Thank you for being so kind to her, she really loved this church.
~Judy Foster’s sister, Delores, has brain cancer.  Judy, also shared, Patti Ramey fell and broke her hip.
~A friend of Charlie and Peggie Brown, Carol, works for FEMA and is headed to California to help out with the wild fires.
~Grace Harvey’s nephew has prostate cancer.  Her brother-in-law is having back surgery and her niece has been diagnosed with stage one breast cancer.
~All of our military personnel and their families, near and far.
~Our unspoken requests.
Recovering: Garry Moore, Tom Repp, Charlie Brown, Hattie Ziegler, Lee Geissman
Cancer: Diane McMahon, Rich Serafin, Terry Gayner, Zachary, Delbert Miller
Families Grieving:  The Acey Baker family, The Lois Jockisch family, The Jim Hastings family, The Susie Hall family, The Judy Yoder family, The Joni Barnes family, The Doris Formanek family, Ken Wiley family

Sunday, November 18th, 2018
Liturgist:       Judy Foster                                               Greeter/s: Lil Tozser
Hymns:         Open My Eyes                                          verses 1 – 3                     #454
                     Come and Find the Quiet Center                 sing once                     TFWS #2128
                     More Love to Thee, O Christ                       verses 1 – 3                     #453
                     Wonderful Words of Life                            verses 1 & 3                     #600

Scripture                                                             Psalm 100                                   Common English Bible

Shout triumphantly to the Lord, all the earth!
Serve the Lord with celebration!
Come before him with shouts of joy!
Know that the Lord is God—he made us; we belong to him.
We are his people, the sheep of his own pasture.
Enter his gates with thanks; enter his courtyards with praise!
Thank him! Bless his name!
Because the Lord is good, his loyal love lasts forever;
his faithfulness lasts generation after generation.

Leader:    The word of God for the people of God.                       People:    Thanks be to God.


THE CHURCH IN ACTION

NO Choir rehearsal next Wednesday night, November 21st.

Advent  Study ~ To Live Again ~ Mondays at 10:00 a.m.  November 26 to December 17, 2018
Cost is $7. Class is led by Dee Heitkamp. To Live Again is an original Advent course, written by Sheila Jacobs, based on, and inspired by, It’s a Wonderful Life. The four weekly study sessions are structured around key scenes from the film.

United Methodist Women will host a bake sale to benefit the summer mission trip for our youth at the Vendor Craft Show on Saturday, December 1st. If you can donate some sweet treats to help with this, please bring them to the church on Friday, November 30th. Thank you!

Mark your calendars:         ~Blue Christmas Service on Tuesday, December 11TH at 7:00 p.m.
~Christmas Eve Services on Monday, December 24th at 7:00 & 11:00 P.M.



Pampered Chef vendor, Jackie Tiffe, has set up a link to credit the youth group on any order you place with her. As you check out on the website, you’ll have an option to select the “Lodi UMC Youth” group as the ‘Party Host.’ If you can’t make it to the Vendor Show and want to order Pampered Chef, here’s the link: https://www.pamperedchef.com/pws/jackiechihiltiffe

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Loving and Learning in Lodi November 11, 2018

EXILE:
 the state or a period of forced absence
 from one's country or home

          Dark times come to the nations of Israel and Judah. Instead of trusting in God to be their protector and defender, they reached out to the countries surrounding them for protection and defense against stronger invaders. The stronger invaders won, the people were dispersed, and sent into exile far from their homes.
          Imagine, if you can, being forced from your home and marched to lands far away…lands with different languages…different customs…different religions…different foods…different values. What would you do?

See you Sunday when we look at what happened during the EXILE!
                                                                                            Pastor Diane

Thank you!! Harry and I would like to thank our family, church and congregation for making our 60th so special. –Harry & Janet Baker

Anniversary:  
~Harry and Janet Baker were surprised with 30 family members worshipping with us in celebration of their 60th wedding anniversary.  Their secret:  determination and faith.
Birthday:
~Russ Green is celebrating 76!  He thanked our church family for accepting he and Sue into the congregation.  He is looking forward to many more years with us!
Thank you:
~Tom Repp thanked all the veterans! (Tom is a WWII vet.)
~Sonny Kurjian thanked everyone for taking Kenny Wiley into our church family.  Anne Serefin thanked everyone as well.
Joys:
~Rev. Donna was happy to have her sister-in-law, Vicki here for the weekend and in worship.
~Sylvia Anderson was grateful to see the sun!
~Boyd and Donna Lance were so happy to be in church! They thanked everyone for the prayers.  They have moved and love their new place.
Concerns:
~Karl Hankins shared that his brother, Jerry has had complications.
~Bob and Dee Heitkamp - prayers for their friend, Duane who fell down steps and was severely injured.  
~Connie Cray’s daughter-in-law’s mother has pancreatic cancer.
~All the unspoken prayers among us.
~All of our military personnel and their families, near and far.
Recovering: Garry Moore, Tom Repp, Charlie Brown, Hattie Ziegler, Lee Geissman
Cancer: Diane McMahon, Rich Serafin, Terry Gayner, Zachary, Delbert Miller
Families Grieving:  The Acey Baker family, The Lois Jockisch family, The Jim Hastings family, The Susie Hall family, The Judy Yoder family, The Joni Barnes family, The Doris Formanek family, Ken Wiley family

Sunday, November 11th, 2018
Liturgist:       Larry Cray                                                 Greeters:  Bob & Joyce Lorrah
Hymns:         Hymn of Promise                                      verses 1 – 3                     #707
                     Come and Find the Quiet Center                 sing once                     TFWS #2128
                     O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go                 verses 1 – 3                     #480
                     My Hope Is Built                                       verses 1 & 2                     #368

Scripture                                                       Micah 4:1 - 7                                    Common English Bible

But in the days to come, the mountain of the Lord’s house
will be the highest of the mountains;
it will be lifted above the hills; peoples will stream to it.
Many nations will go and say:
“Come, let’s go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of Jacob’s God,
so that he may teach us his ways and we may walk in God’s paths!”
Instruction will come from Zion and the Lord’s word from Jerusalem.
God will judge between the nations and settle disputes of mighty nations, which are far away.
They will beat their swords into iron plows and their spears into pruning tools.
Nation will not take up sword against nation; they will no longer learn how to make war.
All will sit underneath their own grapevines, under their own fig trees.
There will be no one to terrify them; for the mouth of the Lord of heavenly forces has spoken.

Leader:    The word of God for the people of God.                       People:    Thanks be to God.

THE CHURCH IN ACTION

Choir rehearses on Wednesday nights at 7:00 p.m. Come and join us!  

United Methodist Women meet Saturday at 9:30 a.m. All women of the church are invited to attend!

Trustees meet after worship this Sunday.

Staff Parish Relations Committee meets this Wednesday at 5:15 p.m.

Advent  Study ~ To Live Again ~ Mondays at 10:00 a.m.  November 26 to December 17, 2018
Cost is $7. Class is led by Dee Heitkamp. To Live Again is an original Advent course, written by Sheila Jacobs, based on, and inspired by, It’s a Wonderful Life. The four weekly study sessions are structured around key scenes from the film.

Mark your calendars:         ~Blue Christmas Service on Tuesday, December 11TH at 7:00 p.m.

~Christmas Eve Services on Monday, December 24th at 7:00 & 11:00 P.M.

Friday, November 2, 2018


Loving and Learning in Lodi November 4th 2018

         
          Our lives are a tapestry of memories…memories of family and friends and how special they are to us…memories of God’s presence, love and faithfulness in our lives and how we count on God every moment of every day. Some memories stand out more than others and come to mind at certain times.

          This week we’ll look at some of the special ways Israel remembered God’s presence, love and faithfulness in their lives…
                                                                             See you Sunday!
                                                                                      Pastor Diane

P. S. As Pastor Appreciation month comes to a close, I thank you all for making October such a fun and special month!! Your thoughtfulness and generosity was incredible! I received the following appreciation gifts: gift cards to Applebees, Ruby Tuesday, El Patron, Dairy Queen, Subway, Paneras, Bauman’s, Regal Movies, Kohl’s, Millers gas card, Bob Evans, Best Cuts where I get my hair cut, then I received a poem, trail mix, corn, fig raspberry jam, slippers, Russell Stover candies, ‘Be Still and Know that I am God notepad, cash, butterfly puzzle, fire starters for the wood burning stove at the parsonage, hand soap, candle, refrigerator magnet, picture of the sanctuary at Christmas time, fudge syrup, chocolate covered animal crackers, cinnamon candle, cross ornament with a changing light, necklace, kit kats, Ruritan meals and dues, lunch out, bowl cozies and candy bars, angel whirly gig, fall kitchen towels, candy corn, harvest snack mix, chocolate covered pretzels, wood carving of Jesus with the children, almond butter, pecan pumpkin butter, apple butter, peach preserves, orange marmalade, black raspberry jam, blueberry jam, strawberry jam, gooseberry jam, the gifts given during worship of candies and the makings for ‘smores’, and your wonderful cards and notes!!! WHEW!!! What an abundance! I am blessed beyond measure!! Thank you all!!!!!


Prayer request for Ken Wiley’s family and friends. Ken passed away this past Sunday with his family around him. A graveside service will be held on Friday afternoon with a light supper at church at 4:30. All of us are invited to come and be with the family.

Prayer request from Larry Scott: Prayers for Tom Grim and his family. His mother, Beth, let us know about this. Tom is starting treatments for a mass that was found in his brain.

From our prayer time on Sunday, October 28th:
Birthday: 
~Grace Harvey turned 79 and had a wonderful party with her family! Her goal is to reach 80, beating her mother’s record!
Joys:  
~Thank you for all the help at Feed My Sheep.  158 bowls of homemade chicken and dumplins and homemade chili were served.  And the fellowship was wonderful!
~Bill and Elva Dunham have been blessed with their fifth great-grandbaby!  Evan James Brasse 8# 9oz.
~Peggie and Charlie Brown was to thank everyone for all the cards given to them for their AARP group to send out! That is just one of the many reasons they love being at our church – such loving and giving people!
~Jan Barnhart said it is such a joy to be in church!  Thanks for all the cards, food, e-mails and prayers!
~Bob Heitkamp’s hand surgery went well.  He thanked everyone for the cards and prayers.
~Anne Serafin thanked everyone for all the cards that have been sent to Kenny.  PS:  The “goose” that she and Judy Foster have a connection to, is finally swimming!
Concerns:
~We passed around another beautiful prayer shawl on Sunday.  We attach our healing, comfort and thoughtful prayers to the shawl which will be given to someone who needs our care.
~Karl Hankins asked that we lift the Pittsburgh Synagogue in prayer, their families and community.
~Brihanna asked for prayers for her mom, who is sick and far away.
~All the unspoken prayers among us.
~Our military personnel and their families, near and far.
Recovering: Garry Moore, Tom Repp, Charlie Brown, Hattie Ziegler, Lee Geissman
Cancer: Diane McMahon, Rich Serafin, Terry Gayner, Zachary, Delbert Miller
Families Grieving:  The Acey Baker family, The Lois Jockisch family, The Jim Hastings family, The Susie Hall family, The Judy Yoder family, The Joni Barnes family, The Doris Formanek family, Ken Wiley family

Sunday, November 4th, 2018
Liturgist:       Jeff VanLoon                                           Greeters:  Ruth Hebble
Hymns:        O God, Our Help in Ages Past                    verses 1 – 4             #117 
                   Come and Find the Quiet Center                                             TFWS #2128
                    For All the Saints                                   verses 1, 2 & 4         #711
                   I Was There to Hear Your Borning Cry        verses 1 – 7             TFWS #2051

Scripture                                                      Genesis 1:31 – 2:3                         Common English Bible

          God saw everything he had made: it was supremely good. There was evening and there was morning: the sixth day.

          The heavens and the earth and all who live in them were completed. On the sixth day God completed all the work that he had done, and on the seventh day God rested from all the work that he had done. God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it God rested from all the work of creation

Leader:    The word of God for the people of God.                     People:    Thanks be to God.


THE CHURCH IN ACTION

Choir rehearses on Wednesday nights at 7:00 p.m. Come and join us! 

Remember to turn your clocks back one hour this Saturday night before you go to bed!

Our monthly all-church potluck is this Sunday after church. Bring a dish to share and stay for some great food and even greater fellowship!! Everyone is welcome!