|*There will be a
very short Congregational Meeting after worship on July 6th to hear a
report of the Nominating Committee & elect Henen Antcliff to the
2010 Class of Session.|
plastic chairs, pre-teen size, some yellow, some blue, are offered to
the congregation at no cost on a first-come, first serve basis. They
are not needed by the Sunday School and have been stored in the
church's attic for years! They are now in the Great Hall.
Those chairs not taken by the congregation will be offered to
local churches and charities. - Property Committee |
Westerfield wil be our guest preacher next Sunday. Mark will
share with us his Mission trip experiences. Mark and his son
Jonathan returned last week from a week at a Presbyterian Disaster
Assistance Workshop in New Orleans.|
Rhonda will be on Continuing Education this week, and out of the
office. If you have a personal emergency, call the church office
and every efforrt will be made to give you assistance. |
County Interfaith Hospitality Network (I.H.N.) guests will be arriving
July 4th and your help is needed to meet our committment to host IHN
for two weeks again this year. Many hands make for light work.|
Skyhawks Ballgame - Back by popular demand! So many members of
the church have asked for another church outing to Augusta to see the
Sussex Skyhawks play that Pastor Rhonda is looking into purchasing group
tickets for Sunday, June 29th game against the Atlantic City Surf.
Game time is 2:05 P.M., and tickets are $8.00 each. If you ordered baseball tickets for this game, please speak
to the Pastor as she has your tickets..
|*VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Sign up to help!|
Attention Seniors: If you are age 60+, a Sussex County resident,
and your total annual income does not exceed $19,240 for singles or
$25,900 for couples, you are eligible to receive vouchers worth $20
that can be spent at NJ Fresh Farm Stands. Proxies may be
assigned for the homebound. Contact Sussex County Division of
Senior Services at (973) 579-0555.|
|P.W. Kitchen Shower. We are in need of new hand towels, dish
cloths & pot holders for use in our church kitchen. Your
donation is appreciated! |
WANTED MUSICIANS! Looking for guitar, keyboard, bass players to
practice Christian Contemporary music. See or call Mark
Westerfield, or contact the Church office. |
will celebrate Graduate Recognition Sunday on June 22nd at our 11:00
A.M. service. If you have a graduate in your household, please
leave information with the Church Secretary, Kathie Drew (973) 827-6444
regarding: name, school & graduate level. |
Worship Committee is looking for "Special Music" talent for the summer
months. If interested, please speak with Lynn Hayn.|
plan to join us for an old-time summer favorite "ICE CREAM SOCIAL"
on Saturday, June 28th at 7:00 P.M.
|CASA Volunteers - The Court
Advocates (CASA) programs are recruiting volunteers to serve as
advocates for the abused/neglected children. Such volunteers
facilitate placement of children into a permanent home and represent
the child's best interest in family court. CASA volunteers
be 21 years of age or older and have a sincere desire to help
abused/neglected children. To become a CASA volunteer, call
for the next edition of the CHIMER should
be left in the Church Office or
Barbara Collver. No
handwritten material please! Thank
|DEACON'S FOOD PANTRY
shelves are bare and
food is greatly needed!
Items to be brought in for May/June:
to collect all year:
Snacks, Cake Mixes, Macaroni & Cheese, Shampoo, Soap,
Toothpaste, Cereal, Pop Tarts, Oatmeal.
Samaritan Inn: They
collecting small appliances (coffeepots, toaster ovens, alarm clocks,
etc.) and linens (towels, sheets, pillowcases) for their guests.
market bags (brown
Worship Committee is looking for Lay Readers. If you would be
interested in being a Lay Reader during worship some Sunday, please
speak with Pastor Rhonda or Elder Lynn Hayn. Lay
in worship is a vital part of our Presbyterian faith and heritage.
Session would like to ask that when submitting a Prayer Request for an
individual, be sure to let the church office know the reason for the
request -- e.g. recovering from surgery/illness/injury;
with a personal loss; facing a chronic illness; serving overseas in the
military, etc. This will make our prayers more specific and
enable us to write cards that are more unique to the person for whom
prayers are offered. Thank you in advance!
the programs that the Deacons
organized is a "Food Chain" which provides meals to those in our
who are temporarily physically unable to prepare meals for themselves,
or their families, due to illness. If we can have many
the "chain", then the need to provide frequent meals is reduced to a
(this is one situation where too many cooks do not spoil
Please think about joining our "Food Chain"- you can leave your name
phone number with the Church Secretary in the Church office (973)
or on the sign-up sheet at the rear of the sanctuary.