Our church is so blessed to be in a community that tries so hard to be a real community. The information kiosk at the corner of Main Street and Camp Street, just a few hundred feet from our church, has helped people to advertise and celebrate community events - including may of our events!
In gratitude for being a part of our great community, we plan to lead the refurbishment of this kiosk as a part of the Mayor's Cleanup Day on Saturday, May 4th. Volunteers are invited to join other city-wide volunteers at noon for a free lunch at City Hall.
Please come to the kiosk at 9AM, ready to scrape, paint, and replace damaged wood. Donations of materials and lending of proper tools appreciated - please bring your own work gloves! For more information, please contact Pastor John.
At our church, we take our faith seriously, and the love of a saving God seriously. We offer it to everyone in our community. And so, at the time of this tragic murder of 49 worshipers at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, we invite all people, and all faith leaders, to a short but important time of prayer and reflection this Sunday, March 19th, in our church sanctuary. There will be no sermons, only prayers, some visual and sound reflections, and some words of scripture that can offer us unity, healing, and hope at this time. May we all pray for the healing of the world that God have given to us in love, and for the healing of all hearts and bodies and souls who have been wounded so deeply by this tragedy.
Recently, a tragic fire has made a South Meriden home uninhabitable, as a son of the home's residents died nearby. Our church is supporting the collection of donations being organized by Holly Wills on behalf of the Meriden Council of Neighborhoods this Saturday in our fellowship hall, 9AM-12PM Noon. We appreciate the further help of the South Meriden Volunteer Fire Department to help raise funds and awareness of this important need in our community.
Donations being accepted are household items such as dishes, small kitchen appliances, glasses, silverware, bath towels, blankets, pillows, sheets, and toiletry items Gift Cards and monetary donations will be gladly accepted also (checks payable to: Council of Neighborhoods). For more information on volunteering and donations, please email Holly Wills at:
firstname.lastname@example.org Please pray for this family recovery from their tragic losses.
Great food, great price, great cause. Tickets In advance, Adults $12 ($14 at the door), 10 & under $
We know pot roast - and we know you love pot roast! Put yourself in the seats of our fellowship hall on Saturday, February 16th, at 5PM< and enjoy a hearty meal that will help raise money for the good work our church does for people in our community, in our nation, and in God's world. If you're an on-the-go person that night, order up, and take some home! We thank everyone for pitching in for what will be a great dinner, and all of you for helping to support it. Enjoy!
You can have the same old kind of year, doing the same old things.
Or, you can find another way.
Our church offers all kinds of people ways to re-engage and revive their faith, so that our faith can change not only our lives, but God's world.
It starts every Sunday at 10AM, with our joyful worship, and warm fellowship.
It grows during the week as we walk through our community in prayer each Monday, with brown bag lunch discussions afterwards. It continues during the week as we pray together for God's possibilities.
It brings us into circles of friends at our Faith Groups every Wednesday at 5 and 7 PM, and as we bring faith to our families during the week.
It puts us in touch with people, in our community, and around God's world, who need the healing touch of God.
We have events throughout the year that make a difference in people's lives.
We hope that you will choose a fresh approach to your life, through faith, that will help you to grow in new ways, and to find real joy in life, whether life is perfect or not.
Let us know how you'd like to begin. Or, just start. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Gifts are lining up in our Clark Room, ready to be part of our annual Adopt-A-Gift dinner and celebration at Meriden's ShelterNow residence - a moment to bring joy and hope to our sisters and brother who need to find the next right step to wholeness in their lives. It is a wonderful event, and we thank Mary Barker, Linda Kirk, who do such a great job putting this project together, and all of our church members who are supporting it with their kind donations and helping hands. If you'd like to contribute or lend a helping hand on the evening of December 23rd, please contact, Mary, Linda, or Pastor John. What a friend we have when people act like Jesus!
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