Notes 10/9/15

This Sunday, September 13, Rowena Jimenez will speak to us during the worship hour about the work she does in the Philippines to encourage children to read. A book packing activity follows the coffee hour.

Many of you have registered your children for the new year of Sunday school. Please take a minute to do that. Sunday school teachers meeting at 11 am Sunday.

The council meets Monday, September 14. Council members please let me know if you cannot attend.

The prayer group meets Wednesday, September 16 at 7:30 pm. Note the change. Normally the prayer meeting is Sunday mornings. If you have never attended, this might be an opportunity for you.  Speak to Carol Green, the coordinator and leader of this ministry.

Rally Day is Sunday, September 20!

The choir meets for the first time Sunday, September 20.

Jonathan Moretz and Bruce Gody will bring their guitar and flute music back to Peace on Sunday, September 27. Any day is a good day to invite friends, but the music that Jonathan and Bruce make is special and your friends and family will enjoy hearing it.

The carpet in the fellowship hall will be cleaned Thursday, September 10.

The day of confirmation is set for Sunday, November 1. Leah Jonczyk, Gabrielle Ho and Carter Vogt will affirm their baptismal faith and become adult members of the church.

This afternoon (Tuesday) I will attend the field education fair at Harvard Divinity School. I hope to find a student willing to work with us this year on some of our ongoing projects. Pray I run into an interested student who owns a car!

Thank you notes
Mary Ann facilitated a fine forum discussion on issues of racism. It was well attended and the exercises allowed us to share stories of our lives with one another. I noted a high level of interest and passion around this topic so we’ll follow up. Following our Sunday of reflection on racism, and the forum in which we listened to one another’s stories, Heather sent a link to a talk by Chimamanda Adichie on the danger of a single story.
Emilie continues to care for the gardens. She has been aerating the soil and carefully tending to the plants.
A number of you have visited Ruth Forinash. By your efforts you keep her within our congregation, and as you sit with her you receive words of wisdom and faith from a remarkable person.
Nate Johnson broke a bone in his foot so say a prayer of healing for him, please.

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