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October 2011 newsletter

Newsletter – October 2011.pdf

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Let’s refill the food pantry!

Hi, everyone. Our Bridging the Gap food pantry is nearly empty again! We have had many requests for food, paper products, soaps, etc. this past month. If you can help us out by donating some non-perishable food items, that would be wonderful. Soups, crackers, peanut butter, jelly, cereal, canned fruits and vegetables, tuna, tuna helper — these are just a few of the items we could use.

Please drop them by the church any time during the day, or bring them to church with you on Sunday. If you’d rather donate money and have me buy the groceries for you, that would also be very helpful.

Thank you in advance.

Deb Ruble – Bridging the Gap Director

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Come one, come all!

Don’t miss the annual picnic at 6:30 p.m. this Saturday at Jane and Don’s house at 2404 Florence Avenue! Bring a covered dish and a friend. Don will be grilling burgers and brats. Drinks also will be provided.

We hope you all can be there!

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Countdown to Back-to-Church Sunday

It is now 24 hours until we gather for our “Rally Sunday”! Join us for a meaningful morning of worship and community.

The sermon is called “A Little More Light, Please” and the kids will be doing a very cool lighthouse project as they explore their theme of “Lighthouse Kids! Shining God’s Light!” They will first have a visit from one of the Zion puppets. So bring your children and grandchildren to church! Following our worship service, we will gather for a brunch graciously provided by the Fellowship Committee. The Chancel Choir is back with a trumpeter and they will be singing “A Day Made for Praise.”

Thanks to our dedicated choir members!

See you at church!

Pastor Jane

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New support group meets Sept. 21

“Bring Your Drama to Church: a Support Group and Bible Study for Women in Their 20’s”meets 7 p.m. Sept. 21 at Zion United Church of Christ 412 N. Fifth St., Burlington. Coffee — and chocolate — are provided.

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