Celebrating New Beginnings in Our Congregation

In our role of ministering to the spiritual and earthly needs of the congregation, Northminster’s Deacons would like to recognize and celebrate “new beginnings.” Let us know if you or a family member is undertaking any of these: welcoming a new baby (either as parents or grandparents), celebrating a marriage, starting a new job, retiring from…

Opportunity to Order Bob Chesnut’s Book

Some Northminster members were unable to buy Bob Chesnut’s book, Meeting Jesus the Christ Again: A Conservative Progressive Faith, because his supply was exhausted before the queue ended November 26th when he was here for the adult education class.  Bob has sent a further supply of his book to John Morrison for sale to those members and…

“Blue Over You” Ticket Sales Continue December 17th

“Blue Over You” is the production from Spot On Company that is performing weekends in Logan Hall from January 5th through 28th. It is directed by Northminster’s own Sarah Whitney, written by Daniel Noonan, and stars Chicago theater favorite Michael Joseph Mitchell. Reduced rate tickets for $20 are available to Northminster members during Fellowship Time on December…

Mitten Tree Deadline, December 22nd

Please join Northminster Nursery School (NNS) in its annual drive to keep kids warm. The NNS Mitten Tree is in the narthex of the St. Andrew Chapel. During December your children can share gifts of warmth with children in need by decorating the tree with mittens, hats, gloves, scarves, etc.  These gifts will provide warmth…

Spots in Mom’s Morning Out Winter Session Available

The focus of Mom’s Morning Out (MMO) is to create a fun and nurturing environment to help children aged 18 months to three years feel secure and happy while away from home and to develop their social skills. Children also have the opportunity to participate in crafts from time to time. The program is conducted by…

2nd Act Players Presents “Moving Boxes” November 17-19

The 2nd Act Players are premiering a new two-act play, “Moving Boxes,” in Logan Hall starting November 4th and running through November 19th. The play revolves around an estranged mother and adult son trying to re-establish a relationship as the mother’s life draws to a close. It also looks at how a granddaughter comes to know her…

More Acolyte Training Available

Recently, we had a training session for Northminster children who want to be acolytes. Although five youngsters came to the training, there is always room for more. So, if you missed the training, it’s not too late. Ami Bauman is holding another session for any children from first through fifth grade who would like to…

Church Clean-Up, November 4th

Everyone is invited to come to help with the Fall Church Clean-Up. There are going to be donuts and coffee in Logan Hall beginning at 8 a.m. and plenty of jobs to do inside and outside of the church. Come and help to keep our church home clean and functioning. The Building & Grounds Committee…