Posted by Paul Ellis Jackson

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.

 

TODAY

 

THE FLOWERS ON THE COMMUNION TABLE TODAY are given by Anna Mills with thanks for University Congregational Church.

THIS WEEK

 

 

WOW CLASS continues Wednesday nights at 5:30 p.m. Based on the book “What Does a Progressive Christian Believe?” Books are available and can be purchased for $12. A light dinner will be available for a free will offering.  Come join us for a class even if you can’t make it to all of them.

GENEALOGY CLASS  begins Monday, March 2, at 1:00pm, in the basement conference room. Phil Rhea will lead the class and share his knowledge and personal experience in genealogy. The class is open to anyone with an interest.

The class will meet four times: 3/2, 3/16, 4/6, and 4/20.

 

 

FOOD DRIVE in partnership with the Premedical Student Association at WSU as a tribute to the young people who were fatally shot in Chapel Hill, NC recently. These premed students volunteer regularly at the Pantry and we would like to support their efforts with this food drive.  Please bring food items to Fellowship Hall. Most needed items include: canned chicken or tuna, juice, peanut butter, bagged rice, pasta, soup, and dry cereal.


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY March 16-20, UC Church has once again committed to join in the effort of Partners for Wichita and the Kansas Food Bank to serve free, nutritious lunches to children during Spring Break.  Lunches will be served at 9th & Grove from 11:45-1:00.  Please consider volunteering one or more days. A signup sheet is on the PIC board in Fellowship Hall.

FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT March 13, at UCC in the Fellowship Hall. More details coming soon.  Watch the bulletin for specific information regarding time and movie selection.

COOKS NIGHT OUT is Thursday, March 26, at 6:00pm. The speaker will be
JC Coombs. Adults are $15, and children are $10. Plan now to attend this Women’s Guild event with lots of delicious food and entertainment.

 

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