For Sunday, February 25 2018
The November/December Upper Room devotional books are in the Narthex. We are asking a $1.00 donation to help defray expenses.
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, Olive Oil = MISSION As a part of our ongoing Fair Trade mission project, there is a sales table in Heritage Hall after the worship service every Sunday with olive oil and a variety of coffees, teas, and chocolate products available for purchase. For more information about how this project ensures a fair living wage for small farmers around the world, and helps build stronger communities, visit: equal exchange.coop/fair-trade.
Next week, being the first Sunday of the month, is also the time to remember to bring canned foods for the Solano County Food Bank – don’t forget!
Fellowship needs your help. We have two wonderful ladies who do all the clean up after fellowship. Do you have a few minutes after fellowship to help clean up? It would be greatly appreciated. Many hands make light work!
Karen Burns’ home in nearing completion but it’s not done yet and she will not have a stove for several more weeks. She is looking for a microwave she can borrow. Please contact her at 745-1330 if you can help her out.
Make the World a Better Place
Who gets to be an American? Wednesday, February 28, 7 pm
Learn about how immigrants and refugees are admitted to our country, how they are vetted and how citizenship takes place. We will also hear about how difficult their lives are, how they adjust to life in America, and the local agencies that help them succeed. Also to be covered is the current political climate that is changing the way we receive new residents and has slowed the flow of refugees. Our speakers, two women deeply involved in this work, will be Jude Stephens, Coordinator of Refugee Resettlement for Catholic Charities of the East Bay, and Nicole Germanov, Volunteer Coordinator of Refugee Transitions in Oakland.
Sprucing up the Pines at Zephyr Point Presbyterian Conference Center, Zephyr Cove Nevada APRIL 20-22 2018
Registration is now open and available online: http://www.zephyrpoint.org/programs/family/sprucing-pines/ .New this year: There is a Volunteer Application for each participant to fill out and return 14 days prior to the start of the program. We will be preparing the camp grounds and buildings for the summer season working with participants from other churches. Please sign up in Heritage Hall. For more information please see the January newsletter or contact Susan Watkins.
Joan’s office hours are Monday – Thursday from 1-4pm.
Pastor Yung Me’s office hours are Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays 10-4pm. She can also be reached by phone (925-360-2566).