CALENDAR OF EVENTS
11/26 No Bible Study this week.
12/7 Hoagie Sale - Peckville UMC
12/10 Poinsettia order in for Peckville
Peckville UMC is seeking volunteers to participate in the readings each Sunday.
If you are interested, please contact Marla or Fran.
Peckville UMC, Poinsettia plants will be sold in honor/memory of loved ones for Christmas.
Orders are due by Dec 10th to Bob Elvidge 903-3108. Price/plant $ 10.00.
Color choices are red, pink, white, and marble.
New Bible Study to start at Peckville UMC on Tuesday December 4th. The
title is: The Songs Of Advent, the study is only 4 weeks for the
month of December.
Peckville UMC, Hoagie Sale, Saturday, December 7th.
Place your order with Bob Elvidge 903-3108 or Paul Lucas 489-8042.
I will start working on the newsletter shortly after
Thanksgiving. Please feel free to let me know if there
is any events or news that you would like put in.
Thank You. Marla
Today we will begin to collect food for the local food pantry.
Starting this Sunday through Christmas, there will be a shopping cart in the back of the Sanctuary.
Donations of cash will also be accepted by dropping it in the offering plates, marked for food.
Reminder: Please make your prayer updates. Feel free to contact anyone
on the prayer network or call Marla if you have a request.
Because hospitals no longer call Pastor as it interferes with patient
privacy, the Pastor asks the family of anyone in the hospital to please
Rev. Shambora may be reached at 570-371-8123
Please send an email or call with a message to Marla as to who may need
to be in our community of prayer and for announcements needed for the
bulletin by Wednesday evening.
Emailemail@example.com Phone: 876-5357 or 362-4260
Guest book is in the narthex. If you are a visitor,
kindly sign the book so we can have a record of your visit.
The Pastor is available for special needs.
The mission statement of the Peckville and Bradley Methodist Churches:
"To glorify God by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, nurturing
disciples, and reaching out to a world in need."