Boy Scouts Greenery Sale Continues October 29th

Northminster’s Boy Scout Troop continues to sell holiday greens during Fellowship Time in Logan Hall This Sunday and next. Look for the Scouts and come to their table to order your greens. Delivery of the greens is during Fellowship Time on December 3rd and 10th. It’s never too early to celebrate Christmas!

Called Congregational Meeting, October 22nd

After the worship service this Sunday, October 22nd, there is a Called Congregational Meeting in the sanctuary to elect church officers. The following people are nominated for the Elder and Deacon classes of 2020: Elders:  Nancy Doyle, Bruce Caughran, Ginger Lacy, Bill Raspe, Unmi Song, Tom Buess. Deacons: Jan MacDermid, Lori Hatton, Bruce Eddy, Katherine (Kitty)…

Cinnamon Roll Sunday Exceeds Expectations!

Last Sunday, October 1st, the Fellowship Committee hosted another cinnamon roll sale. Special thanks go our to Northminster’s congregation members who were more than generous. Earnings from Cinnamon Roll Sundays go toward the purchase of new freezers for the kitchen. “We were overwhelmed by the generosity of church members with this sale,” said Bob Bailey….

Northminster Welcomes New Mom’s Morning Out Staff

We are happy to announce that Northminster’s Mom’s Morning Out (MMO) program has a new director.  Carey Garrison already has started in her new role and is preparing for the start of fall season for MMO on September 5th.  She will be joined by Claudinette Voltaire as her assistant. Carey has been an Evanstonian for…

Calling Northminster Musicians!

Summer is here and we would love to highlight your musical talents and gifts by having you participate in worship! Any and all willing musicians of any ability who would like to participate in the worship service in any way shape or form — such as a trio, do the solo for which you’ve always longed,…

CHANGE HUNGER

“Do your little bit of good where you are.  It’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”  — Desmond Tutu.   Offer your coins to change local hunger.