Week of 10/9/2016

  To be grateful is to recognize the Love of God in everything He has given us – and He has given us everything. Every breath we draw is a gift of His love, every moment of existence is a grace, for it brings with it immense graces from Him.”
Thomas Merton

 

 

 


 

A TASTE OF POLAND DINNER

HOMESTYLE POLISH FAVORITES

SATURDAY October 29

4:30 pm to 7 pm

Potato Pancakes, Pierogi, Stuffed Cabbage, Kielbasa and Kraut, Dessert and Coffee

 Call 203-888-6729 or 203-881-2027 for Tickets

10 to 64       $15

65 and up    $14

Kids under 10  $5

 

We need many hands – Pierogi and stuffed cabbage making will be on

Friday, October 14th at 9:00 AM and then again at 5:00 PM.    See you then.     Contact Teresa at kreg5@comcast.net with any questions .


 SNOWFLAKE FAIR

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19th ~ 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

IT’S CLOSER THAN YOU THINK! An additional craft night will be scheduled at DeAnna Imbro’s home sometime in October (date to be announced).

Once again, we will have our standard basket, quilt, and tree raffles, Boutique, Bake Sale Table, Christmas Treasures Room, Kids’ craft area on our stage, and our Snowflake Café will serve breakfast and lunch. As always, we cannot have a successful fair without your help! Donations ($1 or more) for our “Who says money doesn’t go on trees” can be put on the mini tree near the coffee hour table the next few weeks (goal this year is $50). Completed gift baskets (approx. $25-$30 value) can be brought in starting THIS WEEK (leave at the back of the hall and don’t forget to fill in a form as to what is in the basket). If you don’t want to do a whole basket, just leave your donation in the box in the hall to incorporate into a basket. There is a list of some suggested items needed to complete several baskets that have been started. We would like to have as many completed baskets as possible by the end of October so we can have for our Polish dinner on the 29th. Donations for the Christmas Treasures Room and the Boutique can be given to Lynda Boynton or Laura starting in mid October. Please also consider making a donation for our baked goods table or a dessert for our lunch. A sign-up sheet to work the day of the fair is posted on back table at coffee hour – you do not need to work all day, just indicate the hours you can help. We especially welcome any newcomers to jump in and get involved! See or call Laura Thompson (203 516-8607) if you have any questions.

 

 

A Season of Praise

A Time of Community Praise for Seymour and Oxford

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Chili Dinner – 6:00 PM

Praise Service – 6:30 PM

Hosted by the Seymour Evangelical Baptist Church

104 Mountain Road, Seymour

203-888-3072


 

Our Seymour/Oxford Food Bank is in need of packages of cookies, canned fruit and fruit juice at the present time.


 

PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY – Are you interested in being a member of the Prayer Shawl Ministry?  Please contact Lynda Boynton at 203-888-5473.  Shawls are given to bring comfort to those who have suffered a loss, an illness or some misfortune.  For more information go towww.shawlministry.com.  To request a shawl, call Lynda (203-888-5473) or leave a message at the church office 203-888-6729.

PRAYER CHAIN:  The Prayer Chain is open to everyone.  There is an amazing strength from the power of prayer.  To have your email address added to our prayer chain so you will receive notifications of those in need of prayer, let Teresa Kregling know at kreg5@comcast.net or call her at 203-881-2027.  If you have a prayer request you would like to go out to the people on the Prayer Chain, email or call Teresa and she will send it out.

OFFICE HOURS THIS WEEK

 Reverend – Tues., Wed.  & Thurs. – 9:30 AM-4:00 PM

Pastor Allyson is looking forward to meeting with members of the congregation and sets aside mornings for that purpose.  Please call first to meet with her in the afternoon as she will use this time for visitation and community outreach.

Administrative Asst. – Tues., Wed. & Thurs.  – 9:30 AM-1:30 PM

 

Please send your announcements to the church office by Wednesday morning if you wish them to be included in next Sunday’s bulletin.

 

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