Weekly Calendar

Rebecca K Announcements

In response to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, NSMC will not meet at the Civic Center for worship until further notice.

Friday, August 28

  • 4:00-6:00pm Come-and-Go Women’s Coffee (contact Patty for details on how to join the Zoom gathering)

Sunday, August 30

  • 10:00am Zoom gathering time
  • 10:30am Worship via Zoom (contact Anne for details on how to join the Zoom worship)

Tuesday, September 1

  • 7:00pm Informal Zoom fellowship time (contact Anne for details on how to join the Zoom gathering)

Wednesday, September 2

  • 12:00pm Deadline for Photo Project submissions
  • 7:00pm Zoom Bible Study on the Gospel of John, hosted by Ric (contact Anne for details on how to join the Zoom Bible Study)
    • Sept. 2: John 10
    • Sept. 9: John 11
    • Sept. 16: John 12
    • Sept. 23: John 13
    • Sept. 30: John 14
    • Oct. 7: John 15
    • Oct. 14: John 16
    • Oct. 21: John 17
    • Oct. 28: John 18:1-12
    • Nov. 4: John 18:13-27
    • Nov. 11: John 18:28-19:16
    • Nov. 25: NO CLASS
    • Dec. 2: John 19:31-42
    • Dec. 9: John 20:1-18
    • Dec. 16: John 20:19-31
    • Dec. 23: John 21 (Finis!)

Friday, September 4

  • 4:00-6:00pm Come-and-Go Women’s Coffee (contact Karen K. for details on how to join the Zoom gathering)

Sunday, September 6

  • 10:00am Zoom gathering time
  • 10:30am Worship via Zoom (contact Anne for details on how to join the Zoom worship)

Save the date for MennoCon21! Join Mennonite Church USA as we gather at the Cincinnati Convention Center on June 6-10, 2021 for worship, community and faith formation. (Download PPT slide here.)

“Breaking the taboo of money talk, we can…come up with creative ways to bring financial freedom,” writes Beryl Jantzi, director of Stewardship Education for Everence, in a recent blog on the role of ministry in addressing financial needs. Read more: http://mennoniteusa.org/menno-snapshots/preaching-good-news-and-financial-freedom-aphesis/

Voices Together, the new Mennonite songbook being  launched this fall, features a rich variety of music including camp songs, contemporary music sung at Mennonite conventions and contemporary music sung in African American communities. Committee member Anneli Loepp Thiessen discusses the selection process in her blog, “Worshiping in contemporary styles.” http://mennoniteusa.org/menno-snapshots/worshipping-in-contemporary-styles-popular-musical-idioms-in-voices-together/

Creation Care Tip of the Week

Honor the Season of Creation September 1-October 10

Beginning with the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation on September 1 and ending with St. Francis Day on October 4, the Season of Creation is a time-set-apart to express gratititude for God’s good creation, care for creation, and call for justice. Learn more at www.seasonofcreation.org