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5-week Lenten Bible Study with supper to start Tuesday 03/03 at 6 pm!

Each Tuesday night during March we will gather in the Fellowship Hall at 6 PM for a meal, followed by an examination of the life of Joseph from the Old Testament.  The life of Joseph is one of tragedy and triumph, a story of God’s redemptive love, and how Joseph’s faith in God, forgiveness towards others, will encourage us in our walk with Jesus during this Lenten season. If you can join us for this study: Please add your name to the green signup sheet on the bulletin board.

Can & Bottle Drive

The JE Country Kids Daycare is having a continuous Can & Bottle Drive to offset the cost of their fieldtrips and special guests during school breaks. Please consider donating your empty, clean and refundable containers to this cause. The bags can be left near the daycare office door, across from the nursery.


Become a RAK-tivist!

You will notice an enormous heart on the Mission and Outreach Bulletin Board. During

the month of February, the mission team is challenging everyone in the congregation to

become a RAKtivist. That stands for Random Acts of Kindness-activist. You can read more about it, find stories to read to your little ones and much more on their website, randomacts of kindness.org. We are inviting and encouraging each member of the congregation to take a small heart post-it note home each week, perform a random act of kindness, record it and add it to our giant heart. You can also use the post-its to record an act of kindness that you witness someone else doing.

Warm Winter Sock Collection

Warm feet, warm hearts! Throughout February we will be collecting heavy duty hiking type socks to donate to In My Father's Kitchen homeless ministry in Syracuse.  Known as "freshies", clean warm socks not only keep feet warm, they help to ward off afflictions of the feet that are often experienced by those living on the streets. In My Father's Kitchen has a volunteer medical team that periodically addresses medical issues with their homeless friends.  Foot problems are high of the list of conditions needing treatment.  2 Corinthians 9:8 And God will generously provide all you need.  Then you will always have everything you need and plenty left over to share with others.  

New Facebook Page

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