FORREST GENTHNER TO LEAD WORSHIP 8/20
Forrest Genthner is a current student at Chicago Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s College and a resident of Gorham. He currently serves as Christian Education Director at the South Freeport Congregational Church.
He is a Member in Discernment with the Cumberland Association of the UCC and hopes to be ordained when he graduates seminary in 2019. Forrest is engaged to Molly Hook of Sebago. They will be married next August.
1) A gentle reminder: Your church misses you and your financial support during summer months……..just saying .
2) The finance folks have been asked to get individual giving records out to you sooner this year. These will, of course, give you information regarding your giving to date . Kris and I will do this early in Sept.
COFFEE HOUR THIS FALL
We are looking for two volunteers to host the Coffee Hour following Church Service for the months of September, October, November, and December.
You can sign up for one week, two weeks, three weeks or for the month.
Weeks need not be consecutive.
Please contact Pat Field (846-3049/patrf1@myfairpoint) or Susan Elliott (email@example.com) to sign up.
Thank you. Pat and Susan
Tuesday Gals Christmas Raffle Baskets
We have added a new collection box for another raffle basket for July. It is called Mainly Maine. This basket will include all things made in Maine or are about Maine such as Jams and Jellies, B&M baked beans or brown bread. Any and all food items made in Maine. Décor of Maine, books, place mats, napkins, pot holders, table clothes. All ideas and donations are welcome. The list of items needed is on the poster board above the collection box for donated items which we need badly. Thank you all for you help!
Pet Pantry Needs
Dry Dog Food, Dry Cat Food and Kitty Litter.
Food Pantry Needs
PAPER TOWELS and TOILET TISSUE
Saturday, August 19 – Men’s Club Breakfast at Toddy Brook – 7:00 am
Monday, August 21 – Newsletter Article Deadline
Tuesday, August 22 – Women’s Fellowship/Tuesday Gals – 10:00 am
Thursday, August 24 – Council – 4:30 pm – in Harpswell