Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women News . . .

Kindred Spirits Circle will meet Monday, September 10th at 7 p.m. at the home of Pat Cochrane (125 N. Maple St.) We will beginning our study of “God ‘s Promise, I Am With You”. Lesson one explores how God is with us wherever we are. Please join us for the good fellowship and refreshments.

Wine, Women, and Wisdom (WWW)WWW is a women’s group that meets once a month to enjoy each other’s company, share refreshments, and look for wisdom in our discussions—that’s how it came to be Wine, Women, and Wisdom. In addition to our fellowship and learning times, we’ve sponsored a number of events and service projects around the church. We meet in someone’s home on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Our first regular WWW get-together will be at 7pm on Tuesday, September 11th at the home of Nettie Rose (514 Yorkshire Dr., Haskins). Please let Nettie know that you will be attending by contacting Nettie at (nettierose@aol.com) or (419) 262-7889.

Fall is fast approaching, so it’s time to think about the Presbyterian Women’s Fall Luncheon. This year we will do something different and have a brunch! Plan to join us at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, October 7th. Our program will focus on quilts that have been made in celebration or commemoration. A few of our members will share their quilt stories. We also invite everyone to bring their own special quilt and we will display it during the brunch.  Please RSVP to the church office.We hope to see your there!

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We received in the mail…..

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, 

We give thanks to you for your support of Special Offerings, our collective witness to the love of Jesus Christ. By participating in Special Offerings, your congregations joins other churches to changes lives around the world – through ministries of compassion, advocacy, development, peacemaking, Christian formation, education and witness.

 Thank you for the following support to Special Offerings: On July 26, 2018, we received $50 for a Family of chickens (x2); $80 for a Piglet (x2); $76 for a Rainwater catchment system; $25 for Jerry cans; $40 for a Bag of Moringa tree seeds; $40 for One bag of native seed; $50 for a Grains bank; $40 for a Container garden; $10 for Farming tools; $50 for a Refugee food basket; $50 for a Kitchen kit (x2); and $100 for a Sewing machine (x2) – all from Presbyterian Women!  Your congregation’s gift, when combined with that of others, will share the love of Christ with those in need.

 Again, thank you for giving to enable all people to know God’s life-giving welcome in Jesus Christ. You are a valued partner in mission. Please let me know how we can support your efforts.

 With gratitude to God for our Shared Mission,”

Bryce Wiebe, Director, Special Offerings

 

Also received was:

“Thank you so much for the backpacks full of supplies! Your kind gift is much appreciated as we get ready to kick-off another great school year!”

The Crim 2nd Grade Team

Rachel Fletcher, Stacey Higgins

September Killy, Susan Miller