CHANCEL FLOWERS THIS MORNING are given in loving memory of Rev. Bob J. Teddlie by Carol Jobe.
OUR DEACONS LIAISON COMMITTTEE continues to work with families in need. This outreach includes help with utility bills, rental assistance and support toward food. The loose offering this morning will be given to support their work.
TODAY IS ALL SAINTS’ SUNDAY, a day to remember and honor the lives and ministry of CPC members who have gone to be with the Lord in the past year. This morning’s worship service includes the reading of names, ringing of bells and a candle lighting ceremony.
THIS MORNING immediately after worship we will be “Extending the Table”, bringing worship into the world through a hands-on mission opportunity, Rise Against Hunger. CPC will pack more than 12,000 nutrient-rich meals to be sent to hungry people all over the world. Volunteers of all ages are needed to join us in Fellowship Hall. Grab some coffee and donuts and let’s get packing! You will enjoy participating in this multi-generational, fun-filled mission and fellowship event.
PW FALL GATHERING. The CPC Presbyterian Women invite all women of the church and their friends and neighbors to attend our Fall Gathering on Saturday, November 11, at 9:30 am in Fellowship Hall. Our speaker will be Christine Baer from Church World Service, speaking on the refugee resettlement crisis. A continental breakfast will be served. We are collecting new gloves and mittens for CWS Resettlement in Lancaster. Your help is appreciated as refugees arrive to cold weather this fall and winter. Please put the gloves and mittens in the basket at the Welcome Center.
YOUR PICTURE is worth 1,000 words! The Worship Committee invites you to share “thanks giving” for the glory of God on Sunday, November 26 by submitting a photo you have taken which shows this for you. Email to [email protected] by November 19.
YOUTH MINISTRY PLANNING MEETING. Parents, volunteers, students in high school or middle school, and anyone else interested in supporting youth ministry planning at CPC is invited to a meeting on Wednesday, November 15 at 7 pm. The gathering will talk about trips, fundraisers and our schedule for 2018. Talk to Amy or email [email protected] if you plan to attend or would like more details.
THE WORSHIP COMMITTEE thanks those who provided input on their worship experience during the month of October. Even though we do not have inserts in the bulletin, please know that your reflections and ideas are important to us. You can provide these any time to Anne Cowburn, [email protected]
SALVATION ARMY BELL RINGING Once again CPC is supporting the Salvation Army by ringing bells for their Red Kettle Campaign on Black Friday, November 24, at the Exton Mall. We need two volunteers to cover each hour from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. All ages are welcome! Look for a sign-up sheet at the Welcome Center next week. Contact Kevin Zeeger for more information.
PARENTS, ENJOY KID-FREE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING courtesy of the CPC Youth! We are offering babysitting for children 10 and under from 9 am – 12 pm or from 1 pm – 4:00 pm on Saturday, December 2. Please email Amy Lisk [email protected] to get your kids registered. Spaces will be limited. Be sure to indicate if you want AM or PM.
IT’S COMING! We’re preparing for our annual Heifer Alternative Gift Market, which will be held after worship on December 3. Children in the Kids on a Mission class will be planning and hosting the event. Mark your calendars to remember the event and use the opportunity to give life-sustaining gifts to those in need. Visit the Welcome Center to sign up to provide animal-shaped cookies for the Heifer Fair. Learn more about Heifer International at heifer.org.
STOCKING STUFFERS for Honey Brook Food Pantry. Visit the bulletin board outside the nursery to take stockings with listings of requested items. Return the items by November 19. We hope to assemble 100 stockings for pre-school/Kindergarten aged kids and 100 stockings for middle/high school aged kids. Thank you for your generosity!
THE CPC DEACONS EXTEND A WARM WELCOME today and invite you to stop by the Deacons’ Table in Fellowship Hall.