Everyday Extraordinary film series continues
Saturday, November 15, 7 pm
Everyday people living their ordinary daily lives are depicted in the films in this series. In the midst of their faithfulness, the extraordinary happens and lives are changed.
Join us for Chocolat, Saturday, November 15, at 7 pm. After the movie, we’ll discuss it over potluck desserts. Please sign up in the fellowship hall entry.
Future dates are January 17 and February 21.
Science in the news: What should you be afraid of?
Men's Breakfast, Saturday, November 8, 8 am
Is it Ebola, enterovirus, influenza, GMOs, vaccinations or something entirely different? Dr. Paul Carlson will speak to us about all these issues and more.
Join us at our next Menís Breakfast for great food and a stimulating program.
Please sign up in the fellowship hall entry.
Men’s Breakfast meets monthly during the school year. Please contact Ralph Lange for more information. Please sign up each month in the fellowship hall entry to help us plan for food.
Needlecrafters meet regularly to work together on sewing and knitting projects such as prayer shawls, infant caps, lap robes and the like, to share with shut-ins, hospital patients and friends in need of prayer. Group members may work also on projects on their own time. Please contact Jill Fairchild for more information.
“What I Did on My Summer Vacation”
Sixty Plus Club lunch and program, Friday, November 21, noon
Hocking Hills with Sue and Jon Curtis and Wonderful Camp (Lake of the Ozarks) are but two of the stories we'll hear in this program led by Al Banning.
RSVP to Phoebe Vance or sign up in the fellowship hall entry, so we can plan for food. Everyone is welcome, plus or minus age 60.
Sixty Plus Club meets monthly during the school year, for lunch followed by a program on a topic of interest. Please consider leading or organizing a program, or helping prepare lunch; you may contact Bonnie Terpstra (668-8577) or Phoebe Vance.
Sarah Circle is currently studying a “Women in the Bible” series. All Westminster women are welcome to attend our meetings, the second Tuesday of each month at noon. More information: Phoebe Vance or Sue Flynn.