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 Stephen Taylor in memory of his wife, Jane Vanderlip Taylor, and his
father-in-law Herbert D. Vanderlip, in remembrance of their March birthdays.

 

THIS WEEK

 

EASTER LILY TIME! If you are interested in donating for our Easter floral
display, please mail $12.00 to the church office by April 2, or put your check in the offering plate.  Please note “Easter Lillies” on the memo line of your check and include if the donation is in honor of or in memory of someone.

 

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.

 

COOKS NIGHT OUT is Thursday, March 26. The speaker will be JC Combs.  The event starts 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.  TODAY IS THE LAST DAY FOR SIGN-UPS!  In order to shop for groceries and prepare the meal, the ladies who volunteer to cook must have a final count.  A registration sheet is on the PIC board in Fellowship Hall.  Please join us for a delightful evening!

 

Dr. J. C. Combs, a Professor Emeritus of Percussion at Wichita State University.   Doctorate from University of Oklahoma.  Taught at University of Oklahoma, University of Missouri – KC and Wichita State University (WSU).    He performed as
timpanist and principal percussionist with the Wichita Symphony, the American
Sinfonietta and the Oklahoma City Symphony.  After retiring from WSU in 2006, Combs embarked on his second career as a lecturer, sharing information on subjects that both fascinate him and call upon his continual quest for learning.  Numerous
audiences have been enlightened by his knowledge and enjoyed his humor and ability to bring to life such topics as the Music of the Civil War, the Assassination of
Abraham Lincoln, Popular Music of the 19th Century, Music of the’50s and the Music of Tin Pan Alley.  The list of awards and guest appearances is extensive.

 

On Thursday evening Dr. Combs will be talking about a book he and his sister,
Barbara Combs, have written about growing up in the 1940s and early 50s in
Clearmont, Missouri, a small town in northwest Missouri where they spend their young lives, seldom traveling more than 50 miles in any direction.

Many of us will be able to relate to what J.C. has to share and all can be assured of a very interesting and entertaining presentation at the Cooks Night Out by one of the area’s most sought out speakers.

 

 

MAUNDY THURSDAY SEDER MEAL & SERVICE is Thursday,
April 2, at 6:00 pm. Please sign up on PIC board in Fellowship Hall by
Sunday, March 29.

 

FORMER STUDENT CHOIR MEMBER Mandy Brown, now working in Washington DC, will be in town performing in a WSU opera between March 22 – April 7. She needs a car to use while here. If anyone has a car that they would be willing to loan her please contact Bob Scott at infoprpi@aol.com.