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We have just celebrated the 4th of July, the birthday of our country. But many, especially the hungry among us, have been left behind–no hot dogs and potato salad for them. The coins you put in the collection plate on Sunday DO make a difference. They help to Change Hunger.
The new Sunday morning Coffee Hour Host sign-up sheet has been posted for the next six months and we need volunteers. We still have openings for July 22nd and 29th, August 5th and 26th and all of September through the end of the year. Please help! Sign up as individuals or with another family and…
Hunger does not take a vacation. Please remember to save up your coins for our hungry neighbors and put them in the offering plate every Sunday.
All children are invited to bike to church on Sunday, July 1st. After worship the fourth and fifth graders will be leading bike decorating on the Central Park Lawn for the kids to help them get ready to celebrate the 4th of July! For more information, email Director of Family & Children’s Ministries Meredith Rogowski.
Although we live in the world’s wealthiest nation, a reported 14.5 percent of U.S. households — nearly 49 million Americans — struggle to put food on the table. You can help CHANGE HUNGER by putting your loose change in the offering plate every Sunday.
Among people who have faced food insecurity, 67% have had to choose between food and transportation. (“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.
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.
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…
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…
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.