This Week September 18, 2018
Hope you are keeping dry! Prayers rising for all those still suffering from the hurricane and the typhoon.
Thursday, September 20 is my prayer day. Please let me know if you have any joys or concerns you would like me to raise up.
This Sunday, September 23, is the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost. It’s the beginning of a new Sunday School year! Children please go directly to the library!
Sunday’s scripture is Mark 9:30-37. The sermon is “The Little Ones”.
On Sunday, following worship, the Shelton and the Connecticut State Police will be presenting a safety seminar for our congregation. Please plan on joining us for this informative program.
There will be a meeting of potential Confirmands and their parents/guardians following worship on September 30.
Sign up sheets are in the Alcove for our two upcoming training events: Tuesday, October 16 at 6:30 is the Narcan Training. This event is free of cost. Saturday, October 20 at Noon is the AED/CPR training. This event is $25, $30 if you want a book. Both of these trainings are very important, so please make every effort to attend.
The Huntington Center Nursery School is holding an Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough & Lyman Orchard Crisps fundraiser! Orders will begin October 5 and end on the 19th. Delivery will be November 2. See any Nursery School Committee member or the office for order envelopes and more information. Please support our nursery school.
HCCUCC Women’s Fellowship will be participating in filling the Gifts of the Heart school bag kits in the spring of next year. Since school supplies are now readily available and reasonable, please help us fill our goal of school kits by donating one or more of the following items: ~ 3 spiral notebooks (70 count) ~1 pair blunt scissors (rounded) ~ 1 hand-held pencil sharpener ~ 6 new pencils w/erasers ~ 1 12” ruler (30 centimeters) ~1 box 24 crayons (only 24) ~ 1 large eraser. Please leave any gifts in the CWS Box in Fellowship Hall.
Let us pray. O God of all that is, bless us with the assurance of your ever present love and care. May we rest in the shelter of your comforting wings. Amen.
In Christ’s love,