Monthly Archives: November 2018

Report from the Membership Committee

During this month’s Membership Committee meeting, we decided we needed to make a master supply list for all the supplies we regularly use during coffee hour. Then we will have that up in the kitchen where we can keep track of it. If any members … read more.

Monthly Book Discussion Group

The Reading/Discussion group will meet on Monday, Nov. 12th at noon in the church Fellowship Hall. Bring your brown bag lunch. We will discuss Part II of Surviving the Future.  I have several extra copies of the book for anyone who would like to join us, … read more.

Adopt-a-Family Program

by Stephen Baratta

This year we will be doing something different for our Adopt-a-Family program at Christmas. Steve Baratta and Nanson Serrianne (thanks to Nanson for taking this project on alone for so many years) will be working in conjunction with Will Aitcheson and Diane Collins … read more.

Building Your Own Theology Class

The monthly Building Your Own Theology class, as described in the Minister’s column in the October newsletter, will be held at the church on Saturday mornings from 10:00 to noon. The dates are: Nov. 17, Dec. 15, Jan. 19, Feb. 16, Mar. 16, Apr. 20, May … read more.

Report from the Social Action Committee

by Diane Collins

The Social Action Committee met on October 14, 2018 and discussed the Get-Out-the-Vote initiative. Diane, Lynn McDonald, Jean Grant, Susan and Jack Abbott registered about 40 people at tables outside of Walmart on two Friday afternoons. Sample ballots for the November 6th election can be … read more.

Religious Education

by Chuck Schiltz and Lora Hilemon

Religious Education (RE) is available to all children grade 1 – 8. We will be continuing the exploration of Right and Wrong, using the Amazing Grace curriculum.  Using stories from around the world we are delving into what is right … read more.

Board President’s Notes

by Bob Rockwell

In the craziness of our current political turmoil it is nice to have a home base of people that I can feel at home with and who have similar values and sensitivities. You might say that we are sort of like a tribe, … read more.

From Rev. Barbara’s Desk

by the Rev. Barbara Threet

Most of us have been following political developments in our country quite closely, some for decades and some only for the past few years. Most of us have strong opinions on a variety of issues or candidates: on some of them, … read more.