SUNDAY SCHOOL AND YOUTH NEWS
SENIOR HIGH SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS SERVICE PROJECT
Fleece blankets are being made for pediatric patients at the Reading Hospital. They will be delivered around Christmas time. The class is asking for monetary donations and supplies. Needed supplies are: scissors, yardsticks, rulers, and fleece fabric. Fleece should be a yard or more in print patterns and coordinating solid colors. Suggested patterns for boys are: sports, trucks, trains, tractors. Patterns for girls are: princess, flowers, ballerinas, butterflies. Patterns for infants are: teddy bears, baby blue, baby pink, other patterns. Any questions or donations can be directed to Sue Kemp or Sharon Evans or any Senior High Class member. Thanks in advance for your support.
Please consider these opportunities
available in our Sunday School: assistant superintendent, Kindergarten teacher, and Cradle Roll teacher (babies to age 3). Let Jen Rosengrant or Pastor B. know if you are interested.
We have not had a staffed nursery during worship for several years now. We need a scheduler and volunteers.
On Sunday November 29, six young people of our congregation received the Sacrament of Holy Communion for the first time after successfully completing our First Communion Class. They also made bread for our service that day. Congratulations to:
Cole Thomas, Beth Ann McNally, Zane Ruth, Aiden Heck, Kaila Harris, Nolan Sweitzer.
They were awarded a certificate and presented with a
Bible from the church in acknowledgement of this important moment in their
spiritual relationship with God through Jesus Christ.
Our Youth Groups will be visiting our shut-ins on Sunday, December 13 after the service. They will be taking the shut-ins Christmas cards from the congregation, a craft project made by the young people, and a poinsettia from the church.
There is a box on the narthex table by the wall for Christmas cards to be sent to our shut-ins. Please place cards in the box. Copies of our current list of shut-ins will be by the box. You need only put the name on the envelope as they will be hand delivered.