CHANGE HUNGER

Among people who have faced food insecurity, 57% have had to chose between food and housing.  (“Community Health and Nutrition in America”  Feeding America, 2015)  You also have a choice. Change in the offering plate each Sunday supports programs that Change Hunger.  

ASP Welcome Home Service and Pride Parade, June 24th

June 24th will be the “Welcome Home” worship service for the adult and youth participants of the 2018 Appalachian Service Project (ASP) mission trip to Kentucky from June 16th through 23rd. Once again, renowned musician Howard Levy will help us celebrate the hard work and life-changing encounters of this year’s  volunteers. This is also the…

Help with Second Friday Lunches, June 8th

Every second Friday, Northminster buys, prepares, and serves a bag lunch to those who are homeless, needy, or just need a meal.  Volunteers are invited to join us at Church House (1417 Hinman ) at First Congregational Church on Friday, June 8th.  (Diane Rosewall’s daughter, Ann, is the pastor at the Congregational Church.)  We begin…

CHANGE HUNGER

Among people who have faced food insecurity, 66% have had to chose between food and medical care.  (“Community Health and Nutrition in America”  Feeding America, 2015)  You also have a choice. Change in the offering plate every Sunday supports programs that Change Hunger.

Service as Worship & Race Against Hate, June 17th

Serving is a way of worshiping and on June 17th we will have a special service that combines the two. At 9:30 a.m. in Logan Hall we will gather for a brief worship service and then there will be an opportunity to participate in various service projects. Everyone is urged to attend. Members also are…

ASP Departure, June 16th

The 143 youth and adult volunteers will be leaving from Northminster at 8 a.m. on June 16th. Everyone is invited to come to pray with them and to send them off to make homes warmer, safer and drier for families in Kentucky. They will return on June 23rd and we will have the special “Welcome…

CHANGE HUNGER

Among people who have faced food insecurity, 69% have had to chose between food and utilities.  (“Community Health and Nutrition in America”  Feeding America, 2015)  You also have a choice. Change in the offering plate on Sundays supports programs that Change Hunger.

Lemonade on the Lawn, June 10th

Don’t miss the first “Lemonade on the Lawn” gathering during Fellowship Time after the worship service on June 10th. The Fellowship Committee will be serving lemonade and cookies. In case of rain we’ll be in Logan Hall.