CPC e-news for October 28, 2016
The 2016 BOOKS, BAKERY AND BARGAINS BAZAAR is November 4th and 5th.
The Central Presbyterian Church Fall Bazaar!
Plans have been made for another fun, fall weekend!
Friday, November 4th
Once again there will be a delicious dinner in the evening to kickoff the bazaar weekend.
The family dinner will begin at 5:30 with doors open. Serving will begin at 6:15.
Our new “MYSTERY” dessert will take place as an auction by tables, following the meal. The youth will be conducting the auction of whole desserts which will be on display prior to the meal. You can be planning ahead! The proceeds of the auction will go to the youth funds. As before, we will be having our games after dinner, and small change will be needed to participate in these, as well as the dessert auction.
Cheesy Broccoli Casserole
Salad of Mixed Greens and Fruits
Mystery Dessert (benefit for the Youth Group)
Water and Coffee
Adults $8; elementary students free; middle/high school $5;
Last chance to buy tickets is Sunday, October 30th.
Saturday, November 5th
Breakfast, Bazaar, Bake Shop, and Lunch 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Our delicious pre-bazaar dinner and evening of entertainment will be on Friday, November 4th, and our doors will open to the public for sales on Saturday, November 5th from 8 am-2 pm. It will be an exciting weekend, but it won’t happen by itself. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Donations of BOOKS and gently used household items should be placed in the storage room off of fellowship hall. This year we will have a special area set aside for new or seldom played with toys and games that your children no longer want. Our BAKERY section is always a favorite place for goodies. How about making your favorite recipe of something tasty and bringing it to sell?
Volunteer workers are still needed for several jobs. Look for Donna Garrison or Barbara Schmidt downstairs after worship. They have a list of jobs and tasks that you can select from.
FILLED SHOEBOXES FOR OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD SHOULD BE RETURNED THIS SUNDAY.
An ELECTION EVE PRAYER SERVICE will be held at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church on Monday, November 7 at 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome.
in the CHRISTMAS COMMUNITY THEATER PLAY will be offered at a group rate (20 or more).
The United Campus Ministries Food Pantry is out of food. UCM is looking for donations. With an increase number of students using the food pantry this semester, they are finding it hard to keep the shelves stocked.
Here’s the food pantry list:
· Canned soup
· Ramen noodle
· Canned meat
· Granola bars
· Canned fruit
· Canned beans
· Pasta sauce
· Peanut butter and jelly
· Sandwich crackers
8:45 am Choir rehearsal
9:30 am Sunday School for all ages
10:30 am Worship
5:00 pm 7th Cents Youth Group at Central
11:00 am Family Prayer Group
5:00 pm Deacons meet
7:00 pm Choir Cantata Rehearsal
5:30 pm Bazaar Dinner (must have ticket)
8:00 am Books, Bakery and Bargains Bazaar
Dates for your planning calendar:
November 6 Pledge Sunday; All Saints Day; Daylight Savings Time ends
November 7 Election Eve Prayer Service at St. Stephen’s
November 13 Bible Sunday
November 20 Christ the King Sunday
November 27 First Sunday in Advent
November 29 Hanging of the Greens
December 11 Christmas Cantata
December 18 Children/Youth Christmas Program
REMINDERS FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30
Liturgist: Scott Racop
Children’s Moment: Leanne Holder
Greeters: Richard & Ellie Templeton
Ushers: Brad & Susan Bough, Jon & Kirsten Ford, Beth Christ
Hosts: Paul & Linda Shaw
Session Open & Close: Luanne Tilstra, Susan Hoffman
Bus Assistant: Fred Simmons
KOINONIA PRAYER LIST: In an effort to keep the prayer needs of our family and friends off of the website, you will be receiving a separate email with the Koinonia Prayer List. The same distribution list is used for both mailings, so if you unsubscribe to one, you have for both.
Happy Birthday to:
Violet Taken 10/23; Andrea Clinkenbeard, Christopher Johnson 10/24; Mason Giltner, Brenda Green, Jessica Shepherd 10/25; Emily Haan 10/29; Alan Harder, Jacob Thacker 10/31; Mary Symon 11/1: Madeline Whitaker 11/4; Renee Newton, Ally Pepperworth; Violet Templeton 11/5
Revised Common Lectionary Readings for Sunday, October 30, 2016, the Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)
- First Reading Habakkuk 1:1-4, 2:1-4
- Psalm 119:137-144
- Second Reading 2 Thessalonians 1:1-4, 11-12
- Gospel Luke 19:1-10
- Transitional Pastor – Rev. Kevin Buchanan: [email protected]
- Christian Educator – Cheryl Moles: c[email protected]
- Church/Financial Secretary – Sarah Kelsheimer: s[email protected]
- Youth Director – Connor Scanlon: [email protected]
- Music Director – Mark Carlisle: [email protected]
- Facility information/concerns – [email protected]hcpc.org
- Kids Hope – Suzanne Downs: [email protected]
Presbytery of Ohio Valley website: www.povpc.org