Places to be, things to do

NEW!!! THE SECOND SUNDAY CHOIR debuts TODAY, Sept. 12! Thank you to all who came to sing this morning!


SUNDAY SCHOOL begins Sunday Sept. 19!  Susan Kendall and Sandy Bultman will be in the Nursery (10:15am), Janet Reuter and Kendall Rubino will teach the elementary grades (10:15am) and Katherine Wagner and Elizabeth Wagner will teach the middle-and high-schoolers (9:30-10:15am).  The children in the Nursery and elementary class will be brought into the church at the Peace.


HUNGER SUNDAY is Sept. 19.  St. Paul’s UMC says there’s a real shortage of jelly, which is essential for PB&J.  They also need canned veggies, fruit, meat, soup, and beans; shelf milk, crackers, mac and cheese, salty snacks, pasta, boxed potatoes and rice; and personal care products such as shampoo, soap, and TP. Financial donations are also welcome.


DIOCESAN CONVOCATION: The Procter Center will be the site for “Proclaiming the Dream” on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 10am-4pm. This gathering of  the diocesan family for the first in-person event in almost two years will be part country fair, part tent revival: there will be fun, formation, and fellowship for all ages! Activities will be mainly outdoors; masks will be required for any activities inside buildings at Procter. This event is free! Food will be available for purchase or you can bring your own. More information available on the DSO website and in the weekly Constant Contact.  


VALLEY VINEYARDS:  Come enjoy our annual dinner at this lovely winery on Saturday, Oct. 16 at 6:30pm.  There’s a sign-up sheet in the Narthex with menu information, as well as the phone number needed to make your reservation by October 14.