|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 FLOWERS ON THE COMMUNION TABLE TODAY are given by Anna and Belden Mills to celebrate our 57th wedding anniversary next week.
WOW CLASS begins a new series, Powers of the Universe, this Wednesday night at 5:45 p.m., with a DVD lecture and discussion by Brian Swimme. This is a survey of the 13 billion years of the history of the universe, identifying the deeper forces and patterns that have shaped it. Also discussed is how these forces have shaped human beings. Keith Williamson will be leading this six-week class. A light dinner will be available for a free will offering.
THE PANTRY WORKDAY is this Thursday, April 16, from 9:00 am-11:00 am at 1611 N. Mosley-you are all welcome to help if you have some time. The Hygiene Pantry is open next Saturday, April 18, from 8:30 am-11:45 am.
GRIEF GROUP is this Monday, April 13, at 2:00pm. There has been a change in location, we will now meet in the office conference room.
ALL BOARDS MEET immediately following the church service on Sunday, April 19.
Registration: 9:00am—10:00am; Walk: 10:00am—Noon, Newman University
Campus. Wichita’s first community-wide Prayer Walk will bring together faith
groups to celebrate both their diversity and similarities.
IFM’s Prayer Walk is a time of reflection, prayer and friendship, and a fundraiser for Inter-Faith Ministries two year-round homeless shelters. It is time now to recruit your team – family, youth groups, friends, Sunday School class, co-workers – as many or few as you like. Teams can have specific prayer requests. In addition, twelve stations along the walk will offer special prayers in the tradition of different faith groups. Sign up on the registration sheet located on the PIC board in Fellowship Hall. If you have questions please contact Paul Jackson @ 634-0430, or email email@example.com
CONGREGATIONAL CAFE You are invited to attend a Congregational Cafe immediately after worship on April 26. The Council has received a well-considered proposal for a permanent outdoor memorial to commemorate UCC founders and other loved ones who have passed. At the Cafe, these plans, including a design, will be
previewed and feedback invited. A final decision on whether to move forward with the memorial will ultimately be put before the congregation for a vote.
WHERE IN THE CITY IS ROBIN? On Tuesday, April 14th, Robin will give the benediction following the Holocaust memorial presentation by Col. Philip S. Freund, a Holocaust survivor. The event is at Newman University Dugan-Gorges Center at
7:00 pm. It is free and open to the public.
You may remember that one of the goals in our strategic plan and one of Robin’s performance goals is to increase UCC’s presence in the community. As part of that goal, we are sharing some of the places Robin has been or is going. Feel free to invite Robin to have a presence at groups/events you know about. We want to share the good news of what UCC has to offer as often as possible.
UCC TRIP 2016! Are you interested in traveling to Italy, Greece, Turkey, or
another location where early Christianity was born with Robin and your UCC friends? Come to a planning/ brainstorming meeting on Monday evening, April 27th at 5:00pm in the downstairs conference room. Bring your suggestions and calendar and we’ll explore the interests of the group.