Weekly Calendar

Rebecca KAnnouncements

Sunday, February 27

  • 9:15am Informal Fellowship Time
  • 9:30am Hybrid Worship (Civic Center plus Zoom; contact Anne for details on how to join Zoom)
    • Speaker: Billy Funk
  • 10:30am Sermon Discussion
  • Please note: No potluck

Thursday, March 3

  • 7:00pm Bible Study led by Shane (contact Anne for details on how to join)

Sunday, March 6

  • 9:15am Informal Fellowship Time
  • 9:30am Zoom Worship (contact Anne for details on how to join)
  • 10:30am Sermon discussion

May 27-30, 2022: MCUSA Special Session of the Delegate Assembly (page of resources and resolutions). Registration is now open.

The Mennonite Church USA annual Lent at Home guide is now available. Find the guide and other Lent resources at mennoniteusa.org/lentathome.

Learn about the “Accessibility Resolution,” which will be voted on at Mennonite Church USA’s Special Session of the Delegate Assembly, May 27-30. MHS’ Clare Krabill and Anabaptist Disability Network’s Jeanne Davies will discuss it during a webinar on Monday, Mar. 7 at 7 p.m. ET. Read the resolution and register for the webinar on the delegate resource page: mennoniteusa.org/special-delegate

Join author and pastor Osheta Moore on March 3 from 6:30-8:30 pm for “Ain’t Gonna Study War No More,” a hybrid event focused on restoration and shalom and cohosted by Atlantic Coast Conference. Register for your free ticket at tinyurl.com/y4fw578v

In his blog, “Not too much or too little,” Beryl Jantzi reflects on the prayer of Agur in Proverbs 30. He reminds us to be content with our “daily bread” and to avoid the dangers of pursing wealth and power. Read more here: mennoniteusa.org/not-too-much-little.

In her blog, “A spiritual discipline?” Mag Richer Smith poetically describes how she sees God using her grandma’s sewing box to create the world and mend the brokenness of humanity. Read her poem here: mennoniteusa.org/spiritual-discipline

Are you looking for a way to provide a faithful testimony to the world regarding Jesus’ way of nonviolence and peace? This tax season, learn more about Mennonite Church USA’s Church Peace Tax Fund here: https://www.mennoniteusa.org/news/peace-tax-fund/

Compostable Garbage Bags

Plant based (corn) compostable & biodegradable bags of all sizes are available from Unni. Thanks for the tip, Kate!

Put Your Land or Rooftop to Work

Contact a community solar provider to see if what you have to offer is a good candidate for them to lease. Community solar programs need space. If you have it, you can benefit financially from the lease and know that others will benefit from your choice to help the economy move to renewables.

Advocate for Financial Action

Climate change has financial consequences for the economy, which means for all of us. Government engagement is essential for moving away from fossil fuels and toward a sustainable future. We need to pressure law- and policymakers to act on our behalf. Check out this 5-minute video from Evergreen Action to learn more and then speak up to those with power.

A little bit of humor from actual church signs, courtesy of Jim

God gave us mouths that close and ear that don’t. That may tell us something.