VINTAGE PHOTO BOOTH A CHURCH PICNIC FAVORITE!
It may be 2018, but these pics could be from 175 years ago!
THE CHURCH CELEBRATES
ITS 175TH ANNIVERSARY
A "grand finale" celebration in the fall, will also include the church's participation in the Wine & Harvest Parade in September. Watch your bulletins, emails, and read the up-coming newsletters to keep up with all of the plans.
Trunk or Treat 2017!
SOOOOOO much fun for the whole neighborhood! We had a great turnout for the TRUNKS, and a lot of families came out for the TREATS!
Church Potluck September - it was great to see everyone!
Old-Fashioned Picnic and Church Reunion Held July 30!
We held our old-fashioned church picnic at Tyler Field and Playground.
We invited everyone who has ever been part of our church, and our family and friends.
We played games and activities including
Other Past Events
What a fun night of cards! We change tables, so you get to play with lots of different people.
a new winner every time. If you don't know how to play Euchre, join us anyway - we'll coach you. It's an EASY game.
IT'S SOUP-ER BOWL TIME !!!!
The soup-er bowl food/money collection began as a youth-led movement in 1990 to help the hurt and hungry around the world. A seminary intern from South Carolina, who wanted to use the energy surrounding the Super Bowl to care for those who face hunger and poverty and to break the negative impact on those individuals as well as the communities in which they live offered the following prayer, which later became the vision statement of the group.
Family Potluck Dinner featuring MONTAÑA DE LUZ
See their web page at Montañadeluz.org.
Our purpose is to love and care for these vulnerable children, empower them with knowledge and resiliency to grow into productive members of the community, to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS while working to eliminate discrimination and prejudice of people living with HIV, to facilitate bridges of understanding and compassion while helping to form global citizens through our service team and Long Term Volunteer experiences and to facilitate meaningful opportunities for giving of both personal and financial resources.
Paw Paw High School Voices of the Future Perform in our Sanctuary
Paw Paw High School's Voices of the Future Choir, under the direction of Brett Yzquierdo, presented a concert of holiday and other music on November 30. The concert was sponsored by Presbyterian Women (who gave
cookies to each singer), and was attended by over 50 people, including many of our regular Lunch with Friends participants. We are so thankful to Brett and the choir for keeping us on their tour schedule!
Family Potlucks on the Third Thursday! See the Calendar for this-month's theme.
Valentine's Day Cookies: We send them out every year to those in college and the military.
Here is a selfie post from folks that got them!
Other Past Fun Events!
So nice to have this "tradition" return again!
Twenty six folks gathered to sing Christmas carols to neighborhood friends as well as at Maple Lake Assisted Living. We haven't done this in a very long time, and we all are now wondering why!
The camaraderie was great, the supper of chili and cornbread was fabulous (thanks Sally!), and the weather fully cooperated.
But, the very best thing was the smile on the faces of those for whom we were singing! They were thrilled to see so many of their church family, and hear a bit of the Christmas season in song. At one house, the neighbors actually asked us to come sing for them a bit to boost their holiday spirit! Thanks to all who organized, and all who sang.
Thanks for the photos, Marge McKee!