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#552 The Window APRIL 2015 Rev. Scott Bowerman, Pastor Helen Wingert, Organist Danielle Kardisco, Director of

APRIL 2015

Rev. Scott Bowerman, Pastor Helen Wingert, Organist Danielle Kardisco, Director of Music Ministry Sandy Wilson, Children’s Ministry Director Erin Regan, Contemporary Worship & Youth Minister Deb Mummert, Director of Mother’s Day Out Melissa Igou, Financial Administrator Roberta Lawyer, Secretary Ron George, Custodian

The Pa sto r ’s Not e s

Back in 1999, Central purchased three properties - the bank building next to the church, the current Whole- ness Center next to the bank, and the parking lot on Lincoln Way West across from the church. These pur- chases were part of the Central Vision campaign, and gave the church the necessary real estate footprint to build Friendship Hall, as well as additional parking. Some thought was also given to converting the bank building to a contemporary worship center at some point in the future.

The bank has been occupied by a series of banks since our purchase, but last month Santander Bank in- formed us they are vacating the property as of May 15, 2015, with lease, tax and utility payments continu- ing through the end of their current lease until December 31, 2015.

This month the Session formed a Task Force whose mission is “To develop plans for the use or disposition of the Bank and Wholeness Center properties for action by the Session, Congregation and Carlisle Presby- tery.” The members are Scott Wiley, Sam Worley, Don Weber, Tom Diehl, Scott Bowerman, Kathy Klink, Trena Oyler, Charles Hart, Alex Shearer, Pat Shreiner and Tim Smith. The Task Force has already met twice.

The question before us is basically, do we keep the building(s) in order to use them for ministry at some point in the future, or do we sell one or both? Each course of action poses significant challenges, such as:

Leasing the bank to any tenant other than another bank will require the church to bring the building up to ADA, fire and other code standards at a still-unknown but significant cost.

Use of the bank by another type of tenant will require the tenant to invest a lot of money to convert the building for other use, limiting its marketability.

The bank building has very poor parking access.

The second and third floors of the wholeness center are condemned and the cost to improve them would be not be worth the return.

Many other challenges and questions are before us as well. Our work has some urgency, given that the bank building standing empty will impose a large financial liability on the church beginning January 2016. However, the Borough of Chambersburg, the Chamber of Commerce, Franklin County and other agencies are eager to help us find an appropriate use for these properties. The bank building has already been shown to three potential tenants.

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Church Family

Thank you

Dear Church Family,

It is wonderful to have friends and prayers when one is facing medical or surgical problems. Lew & I are grateful for your help and concern during our challenge. Thank you for the calls, cards, flowers, visits, food and prayers. We also thank Pastor Scott for his visits at our home and the hospital. Lew is on the road to re- covery and we thank God for His love and mercy and your prayers on our behalf. In His Name, Lew & Lucille Stence



Dear Central Members, The flowers from Central’s altar sent to me along with the signed well wishes from you were most welcome. They made the snowy days so much brighter. Thank you for thinking of me and bright- ening up these long winter days. Sincerely, Selma W. Thomson



Greetings Pastor Bowerman:

I write on behalf of both myself and Kingsley (my

son) to thank you and the church for affording us your support and assistance in making Kingsley’s birthday a success. We missed your presence and those of others, but we know that you were all there in mind and spirit which added to the richness of the fun and experience that we all enjoyed. I would appreciate your extending our gratitude to all members as well, if possible. Again thank you for all your support and assistance. Sincerely, Nathan (& Kingsley) Idio Member & Proud Dad of the celebrant)

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Central Family, The past few years I have had many physical chal- lenges, but through it all I have felt the love of God and my loving church family. I thank you for the prayers, cards, flowers, meals, smiles, understand- ing and support. I am also grateful for the love shown to my family and me when my mother died. Central is a family of Christians who freely imitate the love and caring shown by Christ. I am thankful to have such a wonderful church family. Thank you for the continued support, Dottie Bush

Dear Personnel Committee,

Thank you so much for all your ongoing tokens of support for the staff. You always encourage us throughout the year but especially during the holi- days when we are especially busy. We really ap- preciate knowing someone cares. Thanks so much for all your cards and the latest, that lovely sham- rock plant! May God bless you for your generosity and thoughtfulness.

The Staff at Central

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The Mission Team would like to thank everyone

who prepared and delivered meals to the Cold Weather Drop-In Shelter this winter. Your gener- osity and willingness to step forward has not gone unnoticed. The residents look forward to a warm nourishing meal and more importantly know that they are not forgotten in this community. Thank You, Your Mission Team

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With gratitude for Central Presbyterian’s

Support:

From Martina Fegan, Organizer for “Craft for a Cure” was able to raise $2,780 from the event which they held in the Friendship Hall on March 6th and 7th. Proceeds go to JDRF which helps to combat Juvenile Diabetes.

From Cold Weather Drop-in Shelter for the gen- erous donation to assist them in helping those less fortunate.

Tuesday, April 7 — 7:00pm History Team Meeting—Rm 107

May NEWSLETTER DEADLINE SUNDAY, April 26
May
NEWSLETTER DEADLINE
SUNDAY, April 26
The “Gems” of CenTral Menno Haven - 263 - 8545 2075 Scotland Ave. Nursing Center

The “Gems” of CenTral

The “Gems” of CenTral Menno Haven - 263 - 8545 2075 Scotland Ave. Nursing Center  

Menno Haven-263-8545

2075 Scotland Ave.

Nursing Center

 

-Margaret Sponsler, #229

Cindy Happel

-Lawrence Mohr #113 *(NF)

Jay Keefer

-M. Karolyn Lawrence #412

Jean Diehl

-Dr. Robert Coy, #217

Margie Hamsher

-John Bowerman #225 - Isabel Vanderau, #245B

Eric Mellott

Farm House

 

-Marcia Grubbs #304

Jay Keefer

Northgate

 

-Dorothy Burkholder, #1206

Menno Village

 
 

-Rhoda Wilkison #180-B

Laurie McKelvie

-LaVerne Knarr #610D -Beverly Minnich #740A

Laurie McKelvie

Penn Hall-261-0220

1425

Phila. Ave.

Manor Building

 
 

-Elton Simpson #417

Mike Herbert

-Ed Wenrich, #314 (visited by George Muller)

Skilled Nursing

-Gennie Boozer #506

Karen Sloan

-Mary Fish, #504

Rod Varner

Central’s Special Concerns

Genevieve Ambrose

Newt Stake

66

Sanibel Lane, Chbg. 17201

Isabelle Allen

Jay Keefer

311

Cumberland Ave, Chbg. 17201

Mildred (Millie) Brown

 

611

Wallace Ave, Chbg 17201

Stanley & Esther Johnson

Laurie McKelvie

56

Sanibel Ln, Chbg 17201

Athley & Alva Kline

49

Lincoln Way W, Chbg. 17201

Nancy MacFarlane

668A Cumberland Ave, Chbg. 17201

Glenn Shaffer

722

Stanley Ave, Chbg 17201

Lew & Lucille Stence

 

923

Park Side Court, Chbg 17201

Selma Thomson (NM)

Rod Varner

923

S Fourth St, Chbg 17201

Dorothy Zullinger

Susan Snyder

155 Colonial Dr, Chbg. 17202

West Virginia Member Treva Kerns 601 Foxcroft Ave, Apt #1 Martinsburg, WV 25401

Quincy Skilled Nursing Care-749-3151

6596 Orphanage Rd., Waynesboro 17268

Nursing Center

-Carolyn Kreutz #229 (NF)

Gary Lewis

-June Fiddler

#244

Susan Snyder

If you know of any changes or updates, please contact the church office, 264-4113.

Deacon’s name is now listed with those he or she visits.

If you wish to contact, (by phone), a member of the Gems of Central, please contact the church office at 264-4113.

Updated: March 2015

* (NF) = No Flowers please

** (NM) = Non-member

*** (NV) = No Visits please

Continued from front page: The Pastor’s Notes

Here’s what I ask of you:

Pray for the work of the Task Force - for the wisdom and guidance of the Holy Spirit

Contribute your ideas for how the church could possibly use these properties for ministry, sending them to Kathy Klink at klinkpk@comcast.net. Please extend grace to me personally, as a good deal of my time is now devoted to the work of the Task Force, reducing the time available for other ministry. God has a marvelous way of transforming chal- lenges into opportunities and giving us new possibilities we couldn’t have dreamt of on our own. I’ll keep you informed as we make progress.

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MINISTRY DUTIES FOR APRIL

MINISTRY DUTIES FOR APRIL Assistant Leaders Prayer Partners:   4/5 Judy Young Mary Mohr & Elise

Assistant Leaders

Prayer Partners:

 

4/5

Judy Young

Mary Mohr & Elise Stendal Jane Morgan George & Ruth Muller Scott & Deb Mummert & Kelly

Praying for Central’s Missions HABITAT

4/12

Kathryn Finley

4/19

Dale Penwell

4/26

Gene Wilson

 

Greeters - Friendship Hall 9:30 am

4/5

Don Weber, Kathi Bietsch, Scott & Deb Mummert

4/12

Chris & Roni Gingrich, Tony & Buffy Super, Anthony & Amber Keller

4/19

Cindy Shoemaker, James & Kathy White, Deb Shauf

4/26

Howard & Marcia Brand, Robin Updegrave

Note for Greeters: If you have a question or unable to fulfill your Sunday as Greeter, please contact Don Weber at 262- 0087.

Ushers - Sanctuary 11:00am

4/5

Gary Lewis(H), Jean Diehl, Susan Bowerman, Sam Worley, Cindy Happel,

4/12

Bill Daniels, Karl & Pat Shreiner Pat Shreiner(H), Eric Mellott, Karl Shreiner, Dale Penwell

4/19

Cindy Happel(H), Susan Snyder, Jack Kier, Stuart Kier

4/26

Jay Keefer(H), Laurie McKelvie, Alex Shearer

Note for Ushers: If you are unable to fulfill your Sunday as Usher, it is your responsibility to

find another Usher to trade with. Contact your head Usher and the church office with the change.

Greeters - Sanctuary 11:00am

4/5

DonWeber, Mike & Ingrid Herbert

4/12

Peg Hollar, Lakie & Marcia Petrie, Gary Troust

4/19

Don Weber, Bill & Sally Glaubach, Marjorie Hamsher

4/26

Jack Kier, Stuart Kier, Len & Nancy Hendricks, Don Weber

Note for Greeters: If you have a question or unable to fulfill your Sunday as Greeter, please contact Don Weber at 262- 0087.

Sunday as Greeter, please contact Don Weber at 262 - 0087. Contact Trena Oyler 261-5727 or

Contact Trena Oyler

261-5727

or Cindy Happel

830-1760

for more information.

Tuesday, April 7— 8:30am—3:00pm (3rd floor, 315) Stephen Ministry Supervision Saturday, April 11— 8:30am—3:00pm (3rd floor, 315) Stephen Ministry Training Tuesday, April 14 — 6:00pm Stephen Ministry Training (3rd floor, 315) Tuesday, April 14 — 6:00pm Stephen Ministry Training (3rd floor, 315) Tuesday, April 28 — 6:00pm Stephen Ministry Training (3rd floor, 315)

Stephen Ministry Training (3rd floor, 315) Tuesday, April 28 — 6:00pm Stephen Ministry Training (3rd floor,

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HAVE YOU SEEN ME? Hello there. I, and several of my friends, left the kitchen
HAVE YOU SEEN ME?
Hello there. I, and several of my friends, left the kitchen and set off
on a great adventure in the church. However, we got lost along the
way and can’t find our way back home. The “Happy Wanderers” in-
clude two wooden stools, a dozen square wicker baskets, several
serving platters (especially the large ones), several large plastic
serving bowls, and a silver cart. If you see one of us, or hear a voice
whispering, “Are you my mother?” would you kindly guide us back to
our home in the kitchen. We miss our home and are sad that we
haven’t been able to help with church meals.
Thank you so much!

Giving Opportunity! The Wednesday Morning Women's Bible Study is again walking to support a mission project and we invite you to join in! When we spend 15 minutes doing a physical activity, we count that as a mile and we donate to our projects for every "mile" we exercise. This session we are supporting a child for a year at the Presbyterian sponsored Joy Children's Village in Kenya and the Diaper Ministry at Central. For more information, please see Jean Diehl or Laurie McKelvie.

more information, please see Jean Diehl or Laurie McKelvie. Central’s next Golf Tournament to benefit the

Central’s next Golf Tournament to benefit the fight against Human Trafficking is set for Sunday, August 23rd, 2015. Shotgun start at 1:30pm. If you have any questions, please contact Carol or Phil Rohr at 261-6083. Thanks to all of you who are on different com- mittees for the CPC Golf Tournament. We need lots of sponsors and helpers to be success- ful with our fight against Human Trafficking.

to be success- ful with our fight against Human Trafficking. Are you tired of carrying around
to be success- ful with our fight against Human Trafficking. Are you tired of carrying around

Are you tired of carrying around your checkbook? Do you never have cash with you? Jesus is the best news of all, but we have secondary good news: it is now possible to give/tithe online! Just go to www.centralonthesquare.org and click the Donate icon. If you have any problems, see Don Wissner or Erin Regan and they will be glad to help you out.

Are you a reader? Like to talk about what you’ve read? Willing to read books, “you’d never read”? Do you know that CPC has a Book Group that usually meets the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm in the Church Parlor. Come to a meeting and see/hear what it is all about. Have a book that you think should be read? Come and suggest it. We look forward to you joining us April 8th as we delve into The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah.

For more information please call Karl Shreiner at 717-263-4891.

information please call Karl Shreiner at 717 - 263 - 4891. SEPARATION & DIVORCE RECOVERY SUPPORT
information please call Karl Shreiner at 717 - 263 - 4891. SEPARATION & DIVORCE RECOVERY SUPPORT

SEPARATION & DIVORCE RECOVERY SUPPORT GROUP Now in session, 7-8:30pm at the Wholeness Center located on the square at 19 South Main Street downtown Chambersburg. Session Cost is $10. For more information or to register, email Cindy Shoemaker at cshoe0815@gmail.com or by calling Central Presbyterian Church 264-4113.

or to register, email Cindy Shoemaker at cshoe0815@gmail.com or by calling Central Presbyterian Church 264-4113. 5

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Join the 2015 VBS Team! It’s a joy-filled, faith deepening adventure! June 15-19 6:00pm –
Join the 2015 VBS Team!
It’s a joy-filled, faith deepening adventure!
June 15-19
6:00pm – 8:30pm
Ages 3 years old thru
those who have
completed 5 th grade!
It’s going to be amazing!

BEFORE VBS:

Look for the VBS “Giving Tree” coming to the Church Lobby on Easter, and donate one

(or several) of the items on it.

Come to a VBS Work Day:

- Sunday, April 12,

- Sunday, April 26 after worship till 2pm

- Sunday, May 17, noon – 2pm

noon – 2pm

Pick up a “Grab and Go” project you can complete at home

DURING VBS:

Be a guide for groups of preschoolers or elementary age children

Be a leader of either preschool or elementary centers:

- Bible Lessons

- Imagination Station

- Games

(Science and Art)

Help at the Registration Tables or greet at the doors

Provide cookies (don’t have to be homemade)

Pre-registration forms available on April 12. Register your child(ren) before May 31 and receive a free t-shirt transfer (& some surprises) See Sandy for details! kidsmin@centralonthesquare.org

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31 and receive a free t-shirt transfer (& some surprises) See Sandy for details! kidsmin@centralonthesquare.org 6
Are You the One? Are you the one who loves Jesus and strives to walk

Are You the One?

Are you the one who loves Jesus and strives to walk closely with Him? Are you the one looking for ways to serve that make an impact for Jesus in someone’s life? Are you the one who loves children, but lacks the time to prepare a Sunday School lesson for them?

If you answered yes to all the above, then…

You Are the One!

You are the one who can be a valued Kid Ministry Partner! You are the one who can hug babies and keep children safe by taking a turn helping in the Church Nursery! You are the one who can take a turn to be extra hands and a smiling face in the Preschool Sunday School Class! You are the one who can give one Sunday every 8

or so weeks, (even if it means occasionally giving

up your own Sunday School class or Worship time) to make a difference in the life of a child!

We can’t wait to meet YOU!

Contact Sandy at kidsmin@centralonthesquare.org to get started on the amazing, fulfilling journey of being a Kid Ministry Partner!

amazing, fulfilling journey of being a Kid Ministry Partner! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Nursery

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Partner! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Nursery Staff Position Open! We have an opening on the

Nursery Staff Position Open! We have an opening on the Church Nursery Staff. This is a paid position, 3 hours, every other Sunday. (NOTE: In order to provide safety for all of our children, we need 2 people in the Nursery -- a paid Staff member and a volunteer.) Please see Sandy Wilson for an application.

Craig Doyle, our project manager for the recent Casavant Organ renovations, unexpectedly passed away recently.

Craig Doyle, our project manager for the recent Casavant Organ

renovations, unexpectedly passed away recently. He will be greatly

missed in the organ circles locally as he had worked more recently with Moller Organ Company, then Hagerstown Organ Company. We at Central Presbyterian are grateful for his expertise in this pro- ject, especially with all the electrical wiring that is hidden behind the console's wooden panel, and also appreciate all that he has so will- ingly done for Central Presbyterian over many past years. Thank you, Craig, for a job well done!!!

YOUTH GROUP NEWS
YOUTH
GROUP
NEWS

What a month March was! From finishing up a great 30 Hour Famine to participating in the CHAT Youth Rally to rehearsing for Holy Week happenings, we’ve been experiencing God’s provision

and grace in a real way! Thank you to all of our volunteers who continue to make our youth ministry run – we appreciate you SO

MUCH! Also, THANK YOU to all of the incredibly generous donors that have been giving to our youth mission fund so freely! Your giving hearts are what keep us going!

Things to look forward to this month:

April 3 rd 7pm Experience the Passion of Christ April 26 th 10am Youth Sunday combined service “…sin didn’t, and doesn’t, have a chance in competition with the aggressive for-

giveness we call grace. When it’s sin versus grace, grace wins hands down. All sin can do is threaten us with death, and that’s the end of it. Grace, because God is put- ting everything together again through the Messiah, invites us into life—a life that goes on and on and on, world without end.” – Romans 5:20-21, MSG

JOY VILLAGE UPDATE

Recently on National Public Radio, there was a piece about the ebola epi-

demic in Africa. Children, they said, were hit the worst (which is no surprise). But the point made was that the kids who received love and affection healed

faster than those who didn’t. All medical workers know this. They call it

“failure to thrive”. What a blessing that Joy Village is set up the way it is, with each small group of children loved and cared for by a “mother”, and taught Christ’s love as well. Africa, with all its needs, has many orphanages supported by folks all over the world. Let’s hope that many of them are set up like Joy Village, of- fering not just food for the body but for the soul. Let’s thank God for Joy Village, and always pray for its young residents and their “moms”.

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CPC Finances

Through the first eleven weeks of 2015, our giving is 7.6% higher than for the same period in 2014. Both giving versus pledges and loose offerings are right on forecast. What is encouraging about our giving is this happened during a period that saw snow and plunging temperatures on Sunday Mornings. As you know, we have made available donations by credit card utilizing the CPC website (just click on the donate icon), and we are now able to do automatic drafts from your checking account on specific days of each month. Just re- quest a form with full instructions from Missy Igou by calling the church or emailing her at account- ing@centralonthesquare.org. Thank you for getting Central off to a great start financially for 2015.

SESSION ACTIONS—MARCH 2015

Session took the following actions at its March meeting. If you have any questions, please talk to one of the Elders: Brenda Black, George Cowley, Bill Daniels, Linda Igou, Pat McNamee, Jim Sharp, Alex Shearer, Karl Shreiner, Luella Smith, Don Weber, Scott Wiley, Sam Worley, or Kathryn Finley, Clerk.

Asked the Finance Committee to determine a suitable volunteer contribution to the borough of Chambersburg to assist in covering the cost of police and fire protection. (State law requires the Borough to use only real estate taxes as the primary source of revenue to pay for police and fire protection. Therefore, they are asking non-profit organizations to voluntarily pay half of what the property taxes would be if their real estate was taxable.)

Approved a revised communion schedule. Communion will be served on: March 22 (7:00 PM), April 2 (intinction), April 12, May 31, July 12, August 2, September 6, October 4, November 9, and January 3, 2016.

Approved the request to observe a Service for Wholeness on March 22, at 7:00 PM.

Agreed to host the Presbytery Evangelism Conference on Saturday September 26, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. The conference will cover basic hospitality for churches.

Approved the recommendation to have the conference leader, the Rev. Chris Walker, preach at

Central on Sunday September 27.

Elected to Karl Shreiner and Linda Igou to serve as commissioners to the April 9 Presbytery meet- ing. (Linda Igou is no longer able to attend so Kathryn Finley will serve in her place.)

Combined Services for 2015Since March’s fifth Sunday was Palm Sunday, a day of worship where we likely would

Combined Services for 2015 Since March’s fifth Sunday was Palm Sunday, a day of worship where

Since March’s fifth Sunday was Palm Sunday, a day of worship

where we likely would not have been able to accommodate everyone in the Sanctuary or in the Friendship Hall, we chose

not have a combined fifth Sunday service.

But, remember to mark your calendars for these dates!

Combined Services for 2015 will take place at 10am on:

April 26 th Youth Sunday in Friendship Hall July 5 th Mission Team commissioned; service in Sanctuary August 23 Mission Team report; service in Friendship Hall

We look forward to seeing you there !h – Mission Team commissioned; service in Sanctuary August 23 – Mission Team report; service in

service in Sanctuary August 23 – Mission Team report; service in Friendship Hall We look forward

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YOUTH SUNDAY 1 Service, FH, 10am Kid’s Choir/Handchimeers

26

Birthday Sunday

and

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11a 2nd Worship Service 5&6pm Youth Meets Guest Pastor: P. Yeun Sandy-Navajo Ministries

9:30a 1st Worship Service

5&6pm Youth Meets

9:30a 1st Worship Service

FOR SOUL, 3SOUP Friendship Hall Setup 1:30 by CASHSSponsored

DEADLINE

NEWSLETTER

12Noon DEACONS

Easter

19

12 Communion

11a 2nd Worship Service

Friendship

EASTER

Communion

9:30a 1st Worship Service 11a 2nd Worship Service

Lilies in Sanctuary

Sun

Hall

-7p

27

20

5:45pm

5:45pm

5:45pm

5:45pm

9a MDO 3rd Floor

9a MDO 3rd Floor

Sandy attending

7p

7p

7p

7p

7p

Office

Ministries

13

6 Easter is Monday

NO MDO

Worship

DSG Bible Study

DSG

DSG Bible Study

DSG Bible Study

9a MDO 3rd Floor

Bible Team

Mon

4/13-4/19

Study mtg.

Closed

Navajo

28

21

6p

6p

6p

6p

9a MDO 3rd Floor

9:30a ZUMBA

9:30a ZUMBA

9:30a ZUMBA

9a MDO 3rd Floor 9:30a ZUMBA

9a MDO 3rd Floor

9a MDO 3rd Floor

7p SESSION

7p

7p

7p History Team mtg.

14

12p Room Stephen

12p DANCE Stephen

12p DANCE Stephen

12p Stephen

7

Prayer 315

Prayer Gathering

Prayer Gathering

Prayer Gathering

Tue

Team

Team

Gathering

Min Training

Min Training

Min

Min Training

Supervision

APRIL

22

29

2:30p

2:30p

2:30p

2:30p

2:30p

6:30p Sr.Bell-Sanctuary

6:30p Senior

6:30p Senior

6:30p

6:30p Senior

6:30p

5p KID’S MUSIC 5:30p Praise Team

9:30a ZUMBA 9:30a Women’s Walk/Exercise

9:30a ZUMBA

5p KID’S MUSIC

5p KID’S MUSIC

9:30a Women’s Walk/Exercise

5:30p Praise Team

5:30p Praise Team

5:30p Praise Team

5:30p Praise Team

9:30a Women’s Walk/Exercise

9:30a Women’s Walk/Exercise

9:30a ZUMBA

9:30a ZUMBA

9:30a ZUMBA

9:30a Women’s Walk/Exercise

5p KID’S MUSIC

7p TRUSTEE MEETING

7:30p

7p

7:30p

7:30p

7:30p Senior Choir-NLC

1

15

10a Women’s

10a Women’s

10a Women’s

10a Women’s

10a Women’s

8

Book

9a MDO 3rd Floor

STAFF Bible Study

STAFF Bible Study

Sr.Bell-Sanctuary

STAFF Bible Study

STAFF Bible Study

STAFF Bible Study

Sr.Bell-Sanctuary

Sr.Bell-Sanctuary

Sr.Bell-Sanctuary

Rehearsal for Passion of Christ.

9a MDO 3rd Floor

9a MDO 3rd Floor

9a MDO 3rd Floor

9a MDO 3rd Floor

Club, Parlor

Wed

Choir-NLC

Choir-NLC

Choir-NLC

2

23

6p Sr.

9

9a MDO 3rd Floor

9a MDO 3rd Floor

30

9a MDO 3rd Floor

7p

7p Finance Team, Parlor

16

MAUNDY

9a MDO 3rd Floor

Choir

w/Communion

Thu

Rehearsal

Thursday

the YMCA, FH 6:15a & 8a

24

7a YMCA program, Sanctuary

Service in Sanctuary

Good Friday Breakfast hosted by

3

9a MDO 3rd Floor

9a MDO 3rd Floor

Passion of Christ, 7pm, FH

17

10

10a Rehearsal-Passion of Christ.

12pm Community GOOD FRIDAY

NO MDO

Fri

25

study 8am

study 8am

8:30a Stephen Ministry Training

9a NLC (poc: for L. Guys

5p CROSSROADS

4

Men’s Breakfast 7am and Bible

Men’s Breakfast 7am and Bible

Rehearsals

Potluck and Volleyball Kit/gym

11

18

Sat

Merriman)

& Dolls