Announcements for the week of August 30, 2015

Posted on August 28, 2015

SEPTEMBER STUDENT LUNCHES. Once again we will be providing student lunches in September after worship. We are looking for meat entrees, vegetarian entrees, salad/side dish, bread, and dessert for 15-20 people. You may provide one dish or an entire meal. This year we will be working to follow up with students over the school year

Announcements for the week of August 23, 2015

Posted on August 21, 2015

ASK ME Badges. Beginning Sunday, August 23 and continuing through the month of September, members of the Board of Christian Worship will wear large brightly colored stickers that say ASK ME!  The purpose of the ASK ME badges is to welcome potential new congregants and also help people learn more about the various volunteer opportunities

Announcements for the week of August 16, 2015

Posted on August 14, 2015

ADULT EDUCATIN WILL RESUME IN SEPTEMBER. On Sunday, August 23, the Board of Christian Education will host a listening session to solicit ideas from First members about what topics you most want to hear about in adult ed this year. We’ll meet immediately after church in the Roger Williams room; snacks will be provided. Once

Announcements for the week of August 09, 2015

Posted on August 7, 2015

SNACKS NEEDED FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD PROJECT (PP). The snack shelves at Planned Parenthood are nearly bare.  With the increased protest activity at PP in recent weeks, it is even more important to provide snacks to the Thursday Clinic clients and supporters, so that they may stay safely on premises.  Needed are individually packaged healthy snacks such

Announcements for the week of August 02, 2015

Posted on July 31, 2015

SACRED CONVERSATION ON RACE. The announcement in the August edition of First News announces a Journey to Justice focus on Poverty Advocacy this fall. However, week after week, month after month, the constant and unending racial violence calls us to instead turn our attention to racial injustice. This congregation’s long commitment to racial justice is