CHANCEL FLOWERS THIS MORNING are given to the glory of God and in loving memory of Lisa’s mother Diane Kulka by the Gualtieri family.
ALL YOUTH GRADES 6-12 are invited to meet at Hurricane Hill Farm in Coatesville this afternoon at 3 pm for the corn maze and fun on the farm. Pick up will be 5pm. Cost to students is $10. See Amy Lisk if you wish to go and have not yet signed up. Friends always invited.
THE WORKING GUILD COMMUNITY LUNCHEON will be back this Thursday, November 1, from 11 am to 1 pm. Choose from a variety of delicious homemade soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts at reasonable prices. The CPC Working Guild has been supporting the ministry of the church for 42 years through the proceeds of the luncheon. Come enjoy this opportunity for good food and great fellowship. Take-out orders are available by calling the church office: 610-269-1576.
SINGERS TAKE NOTE!!! Vocal workshop for anyone who would like to sharpen their singing skills, open to our congregation and to the community, on Saturday, November 3 from 10am to 2pm. Email Anne Cowburn at [email protected] if you want to participate or register at the Welcome Center.
THANK YOU to our Sweet Dreams Quilting Ministry. We received this message from Natalie S.: “I just wanted to express my gratitude for the beautiful quilt given to my 4-month-old son while in the Chester County Hospital. It was horrible seeing him so sick as a first time mom, and his quilt comforted both of us during his stay. It’s now being used for tummy time! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. God bless.”
OUR NOVEMBER EXTENDING THE TABLE is Rise Against Hunger. Immediately following worship on Sunday, November 4, join us in Fellowship Hall where we will be assembling 12,000 highly nutritious dehydrated meals for the hungry and vulnerable in our world. These meals are composed of rice, soy, vegetables and 23 essential vitamins and minerals, and are used primarily to support school feeding programs. We hope to have as many volunteers as possible for this multi-generational, fun-filled activity as we seek to end hunger in our lifetime.
FIRST CALL FOR A MEETING OF THE CONGREGATION AND CORPORATION of Central Presbyterian Church, to be held Sunday, November 11 immediately after worship at 10:30 am. for the purpose of electing new officers and approving financing from Presbyterian Investment and Loan Program.
PLEASE NOTE: NO WONDER! this Wednesday, October 31. You can sign up for the Wonder dinner that will be held on Wednesday, November 7 at the Welcome Center or online at www.cpcdowningtown.org/wonder-dinner-sign-up. There is a suggested $5 per person donation to help offset the cost of the meal; maximum for a family is $20. You can also feel free to bring along your own dinner and share in the fellowship.
NEW CHURCH DIRECTORY. All Members and regular attenders of Central are encouraged to schedule a photography appointment now for our updated photo directory. Lifetouch will be photographing at the church from Friday, November 23 to Tuesday November 27. To schedule your appointment, visit our website under “Member Information,” or find the sign up table in the west Narthex after worship, or send a request to Leah Greenwood. Every household will receive a free 8 x 10 portrait, a directory, and an opportunity to purchase additional pictures in time for Christmas. Thanks for your help with our goal of 100% participation!
HEIFER ALTERNATIVE GIFT MARKET —All are welcome to come and learn about the important work of Heifer International. Folks of all ages can come and learn about Heifer during Wonder on Nov. 7, 14, and 28 from 6:15-7:15 each night. Pastor Tim will lead us in some education and planning to help us prepare for the Marketplace on Sunday morning, December 2. Join us for this time of learning and creative mission work!
OUR NOVEMBER “SECOND FRIDAYS” group, for those in grades 3-5, will be having a family game night on Friday, November 9 at 6:30 pm. Please mark your calendars now so you won’t miss out on the fun! Parents, grandparents and siblings are welcome.
CHRISTMAS OUTREACH. Let’s support the Honey Brook Food Pantry’s Christmas Giveaway. Please join us each week in November to support the Food Pantry by bringing cranberry sauce, stuffing, and aluminum roasting pans to the donation boxes. We are hoping to collect enough supplies to support 250 families this year.
PROGRESSIVE DINNER COMING SOON! Please mark your calendar for Saturday, November 10, for an evening of socializing and sharing good food with church friends, going from house to house. Everyone who participates is asked to bring a dish to share and/or host a course. Questions? Contact Cathy Hankes, Linda Yurkutat or Sally Frederick. Sign up at the Welcome Center.
LUNCH HELPERS FOR GOOD WORKS. Every 4th Saturday of the month, Good Works volunteers give their time and talents to help homeowners in need. These generous workers need sustenance to keep their energy going with all the work they do, so if you would like to help provide lunch on work days to these hard working volunteers, a sign-up sheet will be at the Welcome Center. The Mission committee provides funds to cover any cost. Please contact Kathie Marks or Joanne Bilyew for any information on how to help.
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ends next Sunday, November 4. Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour to enjoy an extra hour of sleep.