WATER MISSION FUNDRAISER
We have the opportunity to work Corporate Events (picnic, field day, fun day) our participation does not consist of any heavy lifting, physical exertion.
The tasks are supervising inflatable slide, bounce house, bean bag toss. If there are teenagers, Scouts or other individuals, you may be asked to supervise them.
Making Snow Cones, Cotton Candy and a Popcorn booth are additional spots to fill.
Busy Lad will donate between $ 50 – $60 per person that works the complete event. The hours may be 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM approximately 15 people are needed per event. You DO NOT need to work the whole shift if we get additional individuals to split a shift.
(funding 15 people x $60 = $ 900 for one day)
We will Not work this every month . It is as asked by Busylad.
The events are on Saturday’s
If you are interested please contact Stephen Hazard email@example.com 488-5375 text / cell
Please be in prayer for those going to Cuba October 23-31. Robin Faucette, George & Wanda Dent, Glenn Thomas, Lisa Nichols, Mike Windham, Josefina Rayburn, Jean Magee.
FPC is moving to one service at 11:00 a.m. beginning November 4 (when Olin McBride returns from medical leave) until January 6. Sunday School time will not change.
Greeters are needed for December 9, 16, 23 & 30. If you would be able to serve as a greeter, please contact
Margaret Anne Murphey 842-5213.
It’s Operation Christmas Child time again! Please stop by our table in the breezeway on Sunday’s or outside the kitchen on Wednesday nights to pick up your boxes. Fill them and return them by Sunday, November 4. If you need ideas or have questions, please call Mitzi Moore (401-7844) or Mary Stubbs (231-5675. If
you would like to be a part of this wonderful project but cannot fill a box, there is still a place for you. You may make a monetary donation so that the youth can do your shopping and gladly fill a box for you! Please add this project to your prayer list and help us make a difference in the lives of these children.
As you know, the Carolinas were hit hard by hurricane Florence and the heavy rain. Major flooding has occured two of the past three years in our hometown of Conway, which is a river town. Below is some information if you would like to help.
-Olin and “Jim”
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) urges your support for those affected by Hurricane Florence. PDA is delivering immediate aid to those impacted by Hurricane Florence on the eastern seaboard of the United States. Initial assessments suggest catastrophic destruction, but the full scope of the damage will not be known for many months.
GIVE: Financial support for relief efforts can be designated to DR000194 which supports the church’s response to hurricanes and tyhpoons around the world. Gifts can be made online, by phone at (800) 872-3283, or by check, which can be mailed to Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), PO Box 643700, Pittsburgh, PA 15264-3700.
Olin’s “Walk Through the Bible” has been postponed.
Volunteers needed for 15 trunks, popcorn team and witch’s brew station. Candy/Treat bins are by the Kitchen and Library, please help me fill them up. Contact Lucy Nash 687-1940 or LPNASH@aol.com
The 17th Annual Celebration Village Bakery needs your help! Celebration Village is October 24-27 in Building V of the Tupelo Furniture Market on Coley Road. All proceeds from the bakery benefit Sanctuary Hospice House. The bakery will gratefully accept any of the following items: Iced Layer Cakes, Bundt Cakes, Breads, Cookies, Cupcakes, Fudge, Brownies, Muffins, Cheese Straws, Chex Mix, Jellies, Preserves and Jams, Frozen Casseroles and Soups. All items can be dropped off at the Furniture Market, Building V on Wednesday, October 24 from 9-3, Thursday, October 25 from 9-10 and Friday, October 26 from 9-10.For more information contact: Cindy Faucette at 231-6827 or Judy Thomas at 790-4523.