The Food Pantry appreciates donations throughout the year, including plastic bags. We still need these items at this time:
Baking items, muffin & dessert mixes, pudding, jello, pie fillings & crusts
Beef & chicken broth
Coffee, tea & hot chocolate
Cranberry sauce & Gravy
Milk- condensed or evaporated
Potatoes – instant or boxed
Relish items – pickles, olives, mustard, ketchup
Salad dressing, seasonings, spices
Stuffing & Sweet potatoes
It’s not too late to submit your devotional for the bicentennial celebration. We are ready to go for January 2017, but there are lots of days left that need to be filled. Your devotional does not need to be long or theological, just something that inspires you or moves you will do the same for someone else in our church. Turn it into the office (forms are in the Narthex) or submit it in a word document to dailydevotional@Sharoncpc.com or there is a tab on the website that has an easy format to follow. Let’s share our love for our church and for God with this way of celebrating 200 years.
Sharon Community Presbyterian Church (That wasn’t the original name of this congregation. Do you know its original name?) was founded in 1817! Next year we will celebrate 200 years as a congregation. What has happened during the past 200 years? How has God worked in and through SCPC during those years? When did you first come to SCPC? Join us as we celebrate our history and reflect on what that might mean for our future. Sunday morning, January 15 @ 11:00 am, in the Fellowship Hall. Come grab a cup of coffee / tea and a snack, and join the discussion.
Advent Lunchtime Concerts
All music programs begin at 12:00 noon, lunch begins at 12:30. Signup sheets are in the Narthex.
November 30 Mark Gulden and Treva Rousseau
December 7 Soloists from Moon Area High School Choir
December 14 Dennis Lindsay, Organist
December 4 during Worship.
During Worship on December 18, featuring the chancel choir, guests from the congregation, and special guest soloist Aaron J. Tindall.
Christmas Eve Musical Prelude
8:40 pm, immediately preceding the 9:00 candlelight service. Please come early and begin your Christmas Eve observance in meditation with this contemplative prelude. Music will include performances by the Chancel Choir, the Bell Ringers, Oboist Sarah Kendis, Flutist Sarah Donegan, and Mark and Treva.
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