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Pastoral Search Committee - Meet and Greet

Pastoral Search Committee - Meet and Greet

The Pastoral Search Committee invites you to a come and go "meet and greet" reception for Rev. Laurie Lewis onFriday, May 12th.

Time is from2:00 - 4:00 PMand6:00 - 8:00 PMin Fellowship Hall.

A congregational vote will be taken on Sunday, May 14, to call Rev. Lewis as our next Senior Pastor.

Why should I Attend Camp?

Why should I Attend Camp?

The 2016 Camp promotion video "Why should I Attend Camp?" gives us the top ten reasons for going to camp. Remember early bird camp registration forms are due April 30. What is you top reason?

Vacation Bible School

20160719Vacation Bible School

Wednesday, August 3rd – Friday, August 5th
9:00 am – 11:00 am, followed by lunch at 11:00 am

First Christian Church
1500 S. 29th St - Parsons, Ks

Theme: The BIBLE ~~There will be BIBLE characters, lessons, scriptures, crafts and music dedicated to understanding the BIBLE!~~

 

Children age preschool through grade 5 are welcome to attend.

 

Down load the poster here. 

 

February 2016 Events

 

Easter is coming! 

Soup & Spirit, Easter Sunrise Service at 6:30 am with Easter Brunch to follow. Watch here for more updates about the Easter Cantata that we will share with the Presbyterian church,

 

Disciples Women's February project. 

Disciple Women’s February Project – KSDS – Kansas Specialty Dog Service

We turn to KSDS, Kansas Specialty Dog Service, based in Washington, Kansas as our February project.

 

When KSDS puppies are eight weeks old, volunteer puppy-raisers take them home into their communities for 16-24 months to teach them basic obedience, home and public manners and 30-40 commands. Dogs are trained not to interact with the general public; they focus solely on their partner.

 

Guide dogs assist wheelchair-bound people who are sightless, have had a stroke, accident victims and other people with carrying and picking things up, pulling wheelchairs, opening and closing doors, and getting around communities.

 

More than 500 canine assistance teams have graduated since 1999, KSDS beginnings. The approximate cost per dog is $25,000. These dogs increase confidence and the ability of their partners to remain independent, involved in work places and socially in the community, enriching the lives of people in need. Assistance dogs are raised in love and return love unconditionally, at no cost to their partner.

 

Sounds like a winner to us! How about you? Please mark your envelope “DW project.” Thanks! Read the bulletine here.

 

 


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