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• Guest Speaker at Caregiver Group - October 2
• Closed on Sunday, October 12
• Harvest Brunch - Sunday, November 9
• Neighbors in Need - Special Offering
Guest Speaker at Caregiver Group - October 2
When a loved one is in declining mental or physical health, how does a family talk about what matters most? When? With whom?
Please join us for "Supportive Care Conferencing – Who And What Is At Your Table?” which will offer a framework for preparing and engaging individuals and their families as they journey through caregiving and end-of-life processes.
Thursday, October 2, 10:00-11:30 AM in the Parlor
Free and open to the public
Closed on Sunday, October 12
No programming or worship service will be held on October 12 due to the All-Church Retreat at Pilgrim Point.
If you’re not going on the retreat, please take this opportunity to visit another church and experience worship in a different way.
Harvest Brunch - Sunday, November 9
SAPUCC will continue its autumnal tradition of hospitality and fellowship, but this year with a new twist and a new time, during daylight hours!
All are welcome to a "Harvest Brunch"
Sunday, November 9, after worship
The Board of Community Life will provide egg bake, sausages and beverages. The rest is potluck. If you are able and willing, please sign up to bring fruit, salads, potatoes, breakfast breads (muffins, bagels, sweet breads) and so forth.
Join in this time of giving thanks to God and to one another. And maybe even invite a friend or neighbor?!
"For we can only wonder at every gift God sends,
for blessings without number and mercies without end."
~ From the hymn "O God, Beyond All Praising"
Neighbors in Need - Special Offering
On Sunday, October 5, we will receive the annual Neighbors in Need offering that supports the UCC’s ministries of justice and compassion throughout the United States.
Two thirds of the offering is used by the UCC’s Justice and Witness Ministries to fund a broad spectrum of justice issues, including voting rights, immigration, health care, hate crimes, civil liberties and environmental justice. One third of the offering supports the UCC’s Council for American Indian Ministries. There are 20 UCC congregations on reservations in Nebraska, the Dakotas and Wisconsin, and one multi-tribal congregation in Minneapolis.
This page last modified on September 29, 2014