For Sunday, October 21, 2018
The July/August 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 the fair trade mission project helps ensure small farmers around the globe earn a living wage, visit www.equalexchange.coop/fair-trade.
Rev. Henry Sun to Heritage. Pastor Henry’s office hours for September are:
Monday, October 22 and 29: 3-6pm
He can be reached by email, pastorhenry.hpc(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)gmail.com
Thanksgiving Adopt-families. This year we will be adopting three families from Benicia CAC and two seniors who live in Vallejo. We provide groceries including turkeys, for a complete holiday meal. Food tags will be available starting this Sunday. Choose as many items as you would like to purchase. Purchase the items and bring it in with the color coded tag attached. Please don’t bring perishables (milk, eggs, bread) in until the last week. All food items need to be in by the start of worship on November 18th. We will be delivering the food boxes after worship on Sunday, November 18th. Please contact me if you have any questions or will be able to help with deliveries. Thank you for your generosity. Susan Watkins
.We’re having an Octoberfest potluck on October 28th after worship. Please sign up in Heritage Hall where you can also pick up a recipe to prepare.
Nature 101: Birds By Our Bay
Wednesday, November 14th, 7 p.m.
Featured Speaker: Sue Johnson, a 25-year veteran Benicia and Solano County bird watcher and member of the Napa Solano Audubon Society.
JOIN US to learn about the birds who live in or visit Benicia’s waterways and marshlands, trees, and vegetation: their family life, nesting, migration and feeding habits, threats to their livelihood, and conservation plans to preserve their future.
We will pour over an assortment of bird guides to get familiar with these helpful educational resources. We will also enjoy impressions of local birdlife by local painters and photographers.
Binoculars: If you have a pair, bring them. We’ll discuss how to use them and what makes a good pair.
For more information about the Napa Solano Audubon Society go to:www.napasolanoaudubon.com
Joan office hours are Monday-Thursday 1-4pm.