PRAYER

Community Prayer Group is held from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM on Friday in the sanctuary.  Feel free to drop by during that hour and and light a candle in prayer.

HEALING

AA meetings are every Monday and Wednesday evening at 7:30 PM.

CARING

Caring Support Group – S.A.U.C.E. for Life – Sharing, Accepting, Understanding, Caring, Encouraging

The Caring Support Group will not meet in September.  The next meeting will be on October 20, 2016, 1 – 2 pm.

Marlene Felsenfeld will be out of town, and the group decided not to meet.  Please direct any questions to Marlene at marfels@sbcglobal.net, residence phone (707) 242-7605, cellular (808) 255-2343.

Caring Support Group  provides a safe, supportive place to share concerns, experiences and mutual support.  Everyone is welcome.  Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 1:00 pm.  To join this group, or for more information and the date of the next meeting contact Marlene Felsenfeld at:  Email:  marfels@sbcglobal.net or Home Phone:  707-242-7605  Cell Phone:  808-255-2343

Heifer Project International addresses environmental and hunger needs around the Globe
Sonoma County volunteers for Heifer International meets the 3rd Saturday of each month, from 10 to 12 in Room 1. All are welcome.

Saturday Table Lunch on the fourth Saturday of each month at noon, as we offer a free, hot and nourishing lunch for anyone who needs food or community.

Church Door Ministry. Those who come to our church office for help are given emergency supplies such as snack food, toiletries, sleeping bags, socks and rain ponchos and laundry cards.

WANT TO SERVE OR DONATE:

Donations of food (spaghetti, hamburger, sauce, salads, bread and desserts) are needed each month, as are cooks, servers and the clean up crew for the Saturday Table. Contact the church office at 823-7971.

Church Door Ministry Donations are welcome – please place donated items in the large basket inside the church door.  Currently we are in need of:  tooth brushes, tooth paste, soap, canned sausages, top ramen, small bottles of water or juice, hair conditioner, single packages of hand wipes.  Cash donations are also helpful.

 

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