eGood Newsletter (October 15, 2010)

Greetings to All in the love of Christ!

Work hard and cheerfully at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. Remember that the Lord will give you an inheritance as your reward, and the Master you are serving is Christ.” Colossians 3:23-24 (NLT)

SUNDAY EVENTS – A beautiful day, highs in the mid-60s and sunny. Sunset at 6:53 pm.
9:15 Sunday School
10:30 Family Worship – Bell Choir will provide special music!
5:00 – 7:30pm  Come As You Are Family Fellowship at Pennington’s Farm

5:30-6:00  Dinner served.  Deep Fried Turkey is being prepared.  Bring a dish to pass.
Other activities:  Hayrides, pumpkin carving, maybe a campfire and sing a long.
Directions:  4905 Wolf Creek Hwy.  (North off 223 by Christian Family Center). Follow Wolf Creek Hwy north.  The farm is on the right past Brazee Rd. Or go north on Tipton Hwy to Hurt Rd.  Turn Left (West) to Wolf Creek.  Turn Right (North) Pass Rome Rd. and Brazee to farm on Right

On Tuesday, 9-10am, there will be a planning meeting to plan a neighborhood garden close to the church.  This is being sponsored by the Adrian Ecumenical Forum.  Everyone is welcome!

PAJAMA RAMA — Please help out with clothing or other items for the homeless.
Pajama and personal effects collection effort is under way to meet the needs of homeless children in Lenawee County.
 Pajama Rama is an ongoing drive that will culminate in a daylong collection event Thursday, October 21, at the Adrian Mall, according to Patty Clark, community development specialist at Midwest Energy Cooperative in Adrian. The drive is being held in conjunction with the efforts of Adrian Public Schools homeless education liaison Beth McCullough, who works with each Lenawee County school district to help address needs of homeless children. She reported there are currently more than 500 homeless children in the county. Please drop any donations off at the church or bring them to the Mall on Oct. 21st. Click here to read more.

NEXT SUNDAY, October 24 at 2:00 pm, CROP WALK
Those walking will meet at the Methodist Church on Maple Ave. at 1:45 pm
Those wishing to contribute donations to our walkers – please turn in money to church office.  Checks made payable to:  CWS/CROP.  To sign up to walk: Contact Pastor Jim.
Click here to learn more about the Crop Walk.

Lisbeth Locke has back surgery on Wednesday in Ann Arbor


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