Weekly Calendar

Rebecca K Announcements

Saturday, March 9

  • 8:00am Men’s Breakfast, Liberty Restaurant, 419 S Milwaukee Ave, Libertyville, IL
  • 8:00am Women’s Breakfast, Egg Harbor Café, 125 Lake St, Libertyville, IL
    • Please note: The time for the Women’s Breakfast has been changed to 8:00am from now on.
  • 7:30pm Coffee House with Moonshine Folk Band, Christ Community Church, 888 S Roselle Rd, Schaumburg, IL

Sunday, March 10

  • DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BEGINS
  • 9:15am Christian Formation
    • Living Wisdom, Part Three, Ch. 21, p. 203, “Living Compassion”
  • 10:00am Fellowship Time
  • 10:30am Worship

Wednesday, March 13

  • 7:00pm Children’s Ministry with First Baptist in Waukegan

Friday-Saturday, March 15-16

  • Illinois Mennonite Relief Sale
    • Running the third weekend in March, the Illinois Mennonite Relief Sale has been held annually since 1959, and is one of forty sales in the United States and Canada. Join us for food, fun and fellowship from March 15–16 at the Interstate Center in Bloomington, Illinois. The theme for this year’s sale is “Courageous Compassion in Christ.” For more information , please visit their website.

Saturday, March 16

  • 10:00am – 2:00pm Green Living Fair, Libertyville Civic Center
    • Come learn what you can do to live an eco-friendly lifestyle! With free admission, the Green Living Fair will have speaker forums, workshops, and approximately 30 exhibitors.There will also be recycling opportunities for styrofoam, cellphones, wine corks, Christmas lights, bikes, bike parts, shoes, eyeglasses, hearing aids, toothbrushes, empty toothpaste tubes, and empty dental floss holders. No goods or services will be sold at the fair, but it’s a great opportunity to learn more about green living.

Sunday, March 17

  • 9:15am Christian Formation
    • Living Wisdom, Part Three, Ch. 22, p. 212, “Wisdom as Choice and Lifestyle”
  • 10:00am Fellowship Time
  • 10:30am Worship
  • 12:00pm Potluck
Creation Care Tip of the Week

Commit to Low or No Waste Grocery Shopping

Some ways to reduce the waste when shopping for groceries are to buy unpackaged fresh fruits and vegetables, bringing your own container to a bulk food store, investing in some produce bags to transport fresh foods, avoid prepared foods, and bring your own grocery bags.