|We welcome all of our visitors today and invite you to the
Fellowship Hall for beverages and cookies after the service. Please follow the crowd to the left out of the sanctuary.
THE EASTER LILIES TODAY are given by all those listed on the insert.
EASTER EGG HUNT for the children will be held immediately following the 10:30 service outside in the courtyard.
COOKS NIGHT OUT is this Thursday, April 9. JC Combs is the speaker. The event will start at 6 pm for social time and the buffet at 6:30. The cost is $15 for adults and $5 for children ages 4-10. Please plan to join us on the 9th. There is a new registration sheet located on the PIC board in Fellowship Hall. If you signed up in March please sign up again to be sure we have an accurate head-count. Thanks so much.
WOMEN’S GUILD BRUNCH is Saturday, April 11 at 10:00 a.m. The cost is $7 per person. The speaker is Deronda Aiken. The topic is Human Trafficking and sadly, it is a problem in Wichita too.
GENEALOGY CLASS continues Monday April 6, at 1:00 p.m., in the basement conference room. Phil Rhea is leading the class and sharing his knowledge and personal experience in genealogy. This class meets two more times: 4/6 and 4/20.
WOW CLASS is on hiatus this week. The next class begins on April 15, with Keith Williamson leading the six week class.
DID YOU KNOW…That Snow White Carpet Cleaning has generously donated their time and expert services to the Head to Toe Hygiene Pantry this week? Their efficient team came to the Pantry and cleaned the carpet in two large areas. After several years of having 400+ families (which equates to 800-900 people) each month walking in those rooms for the past several years, the carpet was in dire need of cleaning. Thank you, Jerry and Jeremy Becker and Company!
* That First Presbyterian Church has chosen the Head-To-Toe Hygiene Pantry as a
recipient of their “local charity fund” for this year and sent $1,000 to be used in caring
for others. They have been wonderful, caring partners with financial donations as well
as baby supplies!
* In December, Meritrust had a program called “Skip a Payment” and for every loan
participant that chose the program they would donate $25.00 to a charity?
Employees were allowed to nominate their favorite charity, and the Pantry was nominated and ended up being chosen as one of 19 charities to receive a $1,500 donation.
* That on March 21, there were 391 families served at the Pantry and 38 volunteers
shared their Saturday morning to hand out items.
* As of March 21, 2015, the Pantry has been serving others for 4 1/2 years!
PROUD GREAT GRANDPARENTS Thelma and Robert Borresen
announce the arrival of Sydney Jane Palay on March 10, 2015. Parents are
Kathryn Meachum Palay and Dan Palay of Chicago.