Sunday School – Nov. 19th

SUNDAY SCHOOL – 10:30 am

This week classes will be held in the Heart and Treasure classrooms located in the Smith Educational Building.

Younger students (ages 5 to 7) will learn about Abraham and Sarah with Bora in the Heart classroom.

Older students (ages 8-12) will be learning a lectionary lesson with Pam in the Treasure classroom.

Children will also be working on their items for the Annual Holiday Boutique coming up on Sunday, December 3rd.

REMINDER

Be sure to bring any non-perishable food for the Annual Sunday School Thanksgiving Food Ingathering.

We will be taking your food donations over to Second Harvest Food Bank following the 10:30 am Worship Service.

Join us to make this a special holiday for others who are less fortunate.

CHILDCARE

Childcare for infants and children up to 4 years old are available during the 10:30 am–mid morning service with Tina in the Nursery, also located in the Smith Educational Building.

For campus locations, please see Directions and Campus Map.

NEW STUDENTS – FIRST VISIT

Hello Parents and Guardians – if this is your student’s first time with us, please arrive a few minutes early to register your child.

We follow safe church practices, so its important that we know who’s in attendance, have parents(s) or guardian(s) check children in-and-out, and provide us us with any important details including contact info in the event of an emergency. Teachers are happy to help 🙂

Education building doors are locked 10 minutes after church service begins for added security…so give yourself a little extra time this first day. Teachers will be available to offer assistance to parents and children with registration, questions or any special needs – just introduce yourself and they’ll take it from there. Thanks so much and we look forward to meeting you!

READINGS – THE TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

This Sunday’s readings are: Psalm 123, The First Reading is Judges 4:1-7, The Second Reading is 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 and the Gospel is Matthew 25:14-30.

MEMORY VERSE

[Our Lord and God, I turn my eyes to you, on your throne in heaven. Servants look to their master…but we look to you, until you have mercy on us.] – Taken from Psalm 123:1-4

UPCOMING EVENTS

NOV 19TH: Combined Thanksgiving Service at 10:30 AM with Pizza Lunch
DEC 2ND: St. Nicholas Feast with visit by St. Nick @ 5:30 pm – tickets on sale now – $6, see Pat after service.
DEC 3RD: Annual Holiday Boutique – for sweets, treats, good eats and more – check it out during coffee hour following each of the morning services.

MORE TO COME…

QUESTIONS OR INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING

For questions or interest in volunteering, contact Sue Beckham, Family Ministry Director.

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Sunday School’s Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive 2017

REMINDER

LAST DAY TO DROP OFF CANNED GOODS AND POWDERED MILK IS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH – DON’T FORGET!

Every year the Sunday School children at St. Thomas participate in a wonderful service project in loving response to the needs of the community.

This year’s Sunday School service project is a canned food drive in support of Second Harvest Food Bank. All are invited to join in and send a can or drop off a few!

DONATIONS

Food bags will be distributed on November 5th to the congregation to take home, fill with canned goods and powdered milk, and then return on the following Sunday.

If you’re not available to pick up a food bag, a “Drop Box” will be conveniently situated just inside the Big Red Doors leading into the sanctuary. Donations will be accepted between November 5th through 19th.

All canned food collected will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank that makes of difference in the lives of many local individuals and families in need.

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please Contact Sue Beckham.

Thank you for your help and generosity 🙂
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Sunday School’s – Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive

This year’s Sunday School service project is called “The Thanksgiving Food Ingathering” – a canned food drive in support of Second Harvest Food Bank. All are invited to participate!

DONATIONS

Food bags will be distributed on November 6th to the congregation to take home, fill with canned goods and powdered milk, and then return on the following Sunday.

If you are not available to pick up a food bag, a “Drop Box” will be conveniently situated just inside the Big Red Doors leading into the sanctuary. Donations will be accepted between October 30th – November 13th.

All canned food collected will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank that makes of difference in the lives of many local individuals and families in need.

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please Contact Sue Beckham.

Thank you for your help and generosity 🙂
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