Weekly Calendar

Rebecca K Announcements

Because of the COVID-19 virus, NSMC will not meet at the Civic Center for worship until further notice. Please stay safe!

Sunday, January 31

  • 10:00am Zoom gathering time
  • 10:30am Worship via Zoom (contact Anne for details on how to join the Zoom worship)
  • 7:00pm NSMC Music Hour hosted by Jim (contact Anne for details on how to join)

Tuesday, February 2

  • 7:00pm Zoom Check-In (contact Anne for details on how to join the Zoom check-in)

Wednesday, February 3

  • 12:00pm Deadline for photo essay submissions
  • 7:00pm Bible Study on the prison epistles of Paul, led by Ric (contact Anne for details on how to join the Bible Study)

Friday, February 5

  • 4:00pm Women’s Coffee hosted by Patty (contact Patty for details on how to join)

Sunday, February 7

  • 10:00am Zoom gathering time
  • 10:30am Worship via Zoom (contact Anne for details on how to join the Zoom worship)
  • 7:00pm NSMC Music Hour hosted by Jim (contact Anne for details on how to join)

Plan to join us for a congregational meeting following worship on Sunday, February 21.

A big thank you to Meg and Chuck for all your work on the weekly Photo Essays. They are a treasure!

Read how the new Voices Together hymnal connects to our Anabaptist roots in the blog, “Sixteenth-century Anabaptist material in Voices Together.” https://www.mennoniteusa.org/16century

“Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, you must become greater. I must become less.” This is the heart of a Scripture-based prayer by Ruben Chupp, retired pastor and spiritual director. Read the full prayer in his blog, “Prayer before spiritual direction.”  https://www.mennoniteusa.org/prayer-direction

Celebrate Black History Month

February is Black History Month and there are many ways to celebrate and get involved. Follow Creation Justice Ministries on social media to follow our Black History Month campaign. We also recommend that you check out these organizations who are making black history: Outdoor AfroBlack Millenials for Flint, & the NAACP Environmental and Climate Program.

Glass over Plastic

Plastic is a problem, but glass is not. Keep your eyes open for reusable glass jars that can work for food and other storage needs. If you find a lingering odor in the original lid, take it outside and leave upside down in the sun for a day or so. When a glass jar has come to the end of its usability, you can recycle it.