Terms for Online Giving: Please Note: There is a 2.9% + 30 cent fee per transaction when using your credit/debit card. If you pay via your bank, there is a 1% + 30 cent fee per transaction. You can select not to pay the fee [the church would then have to pay the fee]. You may still mail your financial gift to the church as usual. Thank you.
He is Lord #177
I've Got A River Of Life
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Sing A New Song To The Lord #2045
"Beyond The Bread And The Fish"
Next Week's Scripture
John 2:13-22; 1 Cor 1:18-25
Please call the church office, 315-689-3499 [answer machine] or email the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday morning. Please note: you need to have the person's permission if praying for someone other than yourself. Thank you.
Our food pantry could you some help with moving boxes downstairs. There is a need for, younger, stronger, volunteers Thursdays, from 5-6 PM with folks picking up their boxes between 6 PM and 7 PM. The boxes weigh 20-25 pounds. Please have anyone who is interested contact Joan at 315-720-5513 or 315-673-1722. Thank you.
Our Lent Bible Study, “Seven Words: Listening To Christ From The Cross,” continues each Tues night at 6:30 pm through Mar 30. We will meet via zoom. Invitations for zoom will be sent in advance.
Lent has begun, and a popular way to observe this special time of
year is to “give up” something, whether that means a bad habit, a
favorite food or some screen time in order to simplify life and to
appreciate what we have.
This year we offer a different twist on the Lenten challenge: 40 days
of giving. Each day, select at least one item to give up that someone
else can use. Collect these during the course of the 40 days, then
donate them to your favorite local cause(s). Not only will you
simplify your own life, but your extra items will make life better for
1. Start by finding a box, a large plastic bag, or just a
convenient corner of the room to collect your donations.
2. Each day, find one item you no longer need. Be sure it is
something useful that another person would be happy to
own, that has all its parts and pieces.
3. Once the 40 days of Lent are over (or before, if you’ve got
large items, or lots of things you no longer need), sort your
donations and start giving! Your extras are needed!
· Good, used clothing and household items for your favorite clothing donation location
· Hygiene items for the high school Comfort Closet
· Shop Buy One, Get One Free sales at your favorite stores and
donate the free items to the food pantry
· Extra money donate toward the Zimmerman commitment
· Email us your creative ideas to add to the list!
Due to the pandemic and current reality, this year's District Training Day has turned into on-line Zoom opportunities to learn. Below are dates to save. Please email the district for the zoom invites at: email@example.com
Conflict Resolution Workshop, facilitated by Rev. Bill Mudge and D.S. Debbie Earthrowl ( Date and time to be determined)
Discipleship Workshop, March 24th from 6:30 to 8 pm, facilitated by Rev. Susan Ranous and D.S. Nola Anderson
Missional Mindset, taught by District Co-Lay Leader Bob Mueller, and Director of Missional Engagement, Mike Block (date and time to be determined)
Stewardship, April 26th from 6;30 to 8 pm with Rev. Susan Ranous
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