REMINDER: Play Friday is tonight, June 9! We will be gathering for the usual pizza dinner and games in Fellowship Hall from 6-8. This month we will take our games outside to play corn hole, ladderball, frisbee, launch stomp rockets, fly airplanes and throw water balloons. There will also be the usual indoor board games and cards if people prefer. RSVPing to email@example.com or the Facebook event page here:?https://www.facebook.com/events/467470703645383/ helps with food planning. Hope to see you there!
KETTLE FEST. We are looking for a team of people to plan Kettle Fest on Sunday, September 17. Kettle Fest is our annual fall celebration. We are looking for a team to plan activities to make this the funniest Kettle Fest ever. Please contact Sam Troxal, Jack Skiles, or Shelli Yoder.?
KITCHEN WORK MORNING, Saturday, June 10, 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.Join us for all or some of the chatting and scrubbing, organizing and mulling.Refreshments provided. ?Questions: ?firstname.lastname@example.org
?SUMMER SERIES OF SERVICE AND SOCIALS. Summer Series of Service and Socials: Please join us this afternoon after worship for our first afternoon of service and socials. We will begin with a potluck lunch after worship? and have various activities to encourage community fellowship and service to others (and maybe even learn something in the process). The afternoon will include teambuilding activities, singing, crafts, service projects, stories, and discussions. ?We will wrap up around 3. We hope you can stay!
Future afternoons of Service and Socials are on Sunday, July 9th when we will gather from ~3-6 for activities and a dinner meal and on Sunday, August 6 when we will say goodbye to summer with a cookout and afternoon games and merriment. Please contact Hopi Stosberg at email@example.com if you have any questions.?
CHURCH YARD WORK. ?Laura Kao?of the Board of?Building and Grounds will be putting in?an hour of?yard work on Thursday mornings at 8:30 whenever she is in town this growing season. ?She invites you to join her any?Thursday. ?If you let her know by e-mail that?you are interested, she’d know to tell?you when she won’t be there. ?firstname.lastname@example.org
MOWER SUBS NEEDED: ?Are you willing to use the church’s riding mower at least once this growing season? ?We need a stable of willing?substitute mowers to help when Chelsea Schoch is rained out on a Thursday. ?No one has signed up yet on the sheet by the kitchen. ?Could you? ?Also, we need people who would weed whack any time.? Questions: ?email@example.com?
FRIDAYS AT FIRST UNITED?
Play Friday:? The next Play Friday is July 14, theme TBA.? Play Friday is a recurring event on the second Friday of each month from 6:00-8:00 p.m. This is a family friendly event open to all ages. Please extend this invitation to your friends and family. The more the merrier! It helps with food planning if you RSVP to Hopi Stosberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just Friday: Just Friday is a recurring adult justice related discussion group on 4th Fridays from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Roger Williams Hall. From May-August our justice discussions will be focused on climate change.
Each month will focus on different aspects of climate change and how the things we do contribute to or help improve the problem. Discussion will revolve around how we can change and create change in the world to positively impact this issue. At our first discussion in May people set goals that included allowing time for slower methods of transportation, appreciating travel destinations closer to home, working with local government on infrastructure improvements, and sharing outdoor enthusiasm with others. It was an engaging and encouraging conversation.
Future dates and themes for these discussions are: June 23 (Climate Change and What We Eat), July 28 (Climate Change and Our Daily Habits), and August 25 (Climate Change and the Stuff We Own). Contact Hopi Stosberg at email@example.com if you have any questions.
MINISTER OF CARE FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 11, IS PHYLLIS PERKINS.? A minister of care is a church volunteer who visits members in their home.