ST. DAVID’S LUTHERAN ANNOUNCEMENTS
April 15, 2018

 

MOTHER’S DAY BANQUET will be held on Saturday, May 12th at 6:00 P.M. Just as the banquet 2 years ago, this is a family affair and all are invited to come and celebrate all Mothers. The dinner will be a buffet style meal catered by Hughes’ Meats and Deli.   The menu is Baked Ham and Roast Beef with filling, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, broccoli salad and rolls. For dessert, there will be chocolate cake with peanut butter icing and cherry cheese dessert. The price will be as follows: Adults (10 years and up) – $14.00, children (6-9 years) – $8.00, children 5 and under – no charge.  There is a sign-up sheet on bulletin board if you want to participate.

 

HANOVER AREA COUNCIL OF CHURCHES FOOD BANK REQUESTS-APRIL: Egg noodles, scalloped potatoes, hot chocolate, & ketchup.Place donations in the basket by the main entrance.

 

PINK ENVELOPES FOR APRIL support Lineboro Fire Department.

 

COMCAST CARES DAY- Mark your calendars for this year’s Comcast Cares Day to be held on April 21st at 9:00 A.M.  Lunch will be provided. Rob Miller and a co-worker have joined forces to gather a large group of volunteers to help remodel the front reception desk area of the Hanover YWCA on Chestnut St., Hanover. Some tasks include: removing wall paper, painting, and making upgrades to the front desk. We will also be doing some light cleaning, both inside and outside the facility.  No prior experience is necessary.  Register for this event at this link: https://www.comcastinthecommunity.com/ If you need additional information, please contact Rob Miller.          

 

LET’S GET PACKING! We’re asking for your help with our Synod’s “Day of Feeding” on Saturday June 2, 2018 at Messiah College.  600 volunteers are needed to reach our goal of packing 300,000 meals, so that nutritious food will be provided to our friends in the Philippines.  St. David’s is assembling a team of at least 15 people to help pack the meals and we want you and your family/friends to join us.  Our group will work a shift from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. (this includes 1 hour of training).  We will depart from St. David’s at 7:45 A.M.  If you’d like to join us, the sign up sheet is on the bulletin board in the hallway.  You can also use this link for signup genius:  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0b44a9a72aa2f94-june.  Children are welcome to help if they have a parent or guardian attending with them.  This is a great inter-generational activity!  Sign ups will be accepted through April 22nd

 

 

COMMUNITY GARDEN– The Congregational Growth Committee is asking all gardeners, and even people that have never gardened, to participate in this year’s community garden.  Here’s how it works.  Plan your garden, and when planning, add space for a couple of extra plants.  For those non gardeners, as you are designing your outdoor space, consider adding an extra flower pot or two in your design.  Feed, and nurture and grow your garden plants.  Watch the plants soak up the sunshine, collect the nutrients from the soil, and become a source of nourishment for your and other people’s bodies. 

 

Now that you have a prolific abundance of crops, and you begin to wonder what to do with all those zucchini or tomatoes, here is the next step.  Tithe your crop!  Give away part of your crop produce.  Share with others the fruits of your labor.  Bring that produce to church.  There will be a Community Garden Collection Point conveniently located in St. David’s parking lot.  Specific collection dates and times will be provided.  This produce with then be given to area homeless shelters so that their clients can taste a drop of sunshine, bursting with flavor, and offered by you.  So, begin your thought process.  Allow this new idea to germinate. Plan your garden, and when the time comes, plant to not only provide for your family, but for others too. 

 

“The land yields its harvest; God, our God, blesses us.”  Psalms 67:6

 

 

 

WEEKLY PARTICIPATION STATISTICS

Income Last Week Weekly Budget Needs Attendance Last Week
$4,995.55 $4,932.64 8:00 A.M. Worship Service – 34
Total Income YTD      Budget YTD 10:45 A.M. Worship Service – 47
$68,563.11 $69,056.96 7:00 P.M. Worship- 0

 

 

WEEKLY CALENDAR

TODAY 8:00 A.M. Worship Service
  9:15 A.M. Fellowship
  9:30 A.M. Sunday School
  9:30 A.M. Adult Choir
  10:45 A.M. Worship Service
  1:00 P.M. Library in use
  5:00 P.M. Lutheran Spring Conference Assembly
Mon., Apr. 16th  6:00 P.M. Renewal Team
  7:00 P.M. Council Meeting
Tues., Apr. 17th 5:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M. Library in use
  7:00 P.M. Bell Choir
Wed., Apr. 18th   No Worship
  7:00 P.M. Exercise
  7:45 P.M. Band
Fri., Apr. 20th   Pastor’s Day Off
  6:30 P.M. Scouts
Sat., Apr. 21st 9:00 A.M. Comcast day event at YWCA
  9:30 A.M. Scrap bookers
Sun., Apr. 22nd 8:00 A.M. Worship Service
  9:15 A.M. Fellowship Time
  9:30 A.M. Sunday School
  9:30 A.M. Adult Choir
  10:45 A.M. Worship Service

 

 

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN UPDATE

Principal Balance MIF Loan $56,560.35
Northwest Savings Money Market $4,689.00
MIF Money Market $11,898.25
Needed to pay off  MIF Loan $39,973.10

 

 

PRAYER LIST

 

FOR THOSE RECEIVING PASTORAL VISITATION AT HOME: Ethel & Philip Meckley, Burnell Barnhart, Gladys Shearer, Russell & Ruth Myers, Millie Miller, Tony Laughman, Edna Rickrode, Ada Mancha, Kiki Beyer, Joyce & David Plank, Spark Weisensale, Christy & David Suddreth, Ann Hempfing,  Alma Sanders, Lea Gallagher, Mearl Boyer, Bill Saltzgiver, Harold & Millie Geiman, Gloria Sommer, and Chester & Margie Utz.

 

FOR HEALING & STRENGTH:  Pam Kemper, Tom Rutledge, Mara Small, Deb Klinedinst, Melvin & Marjorie Wentz, Burnell & Dorothy Grogg, Arlene Kopp, Butch Saltzgiver, Tamara Cougle, Alvin & Hilda Schuchart, Rick Stanson, Suzie Luks, Angela Kieny, Kaleb Trump, Eileen Driscoll, Mary Alice Steger, Chris McIver, Julie Groft, Nilda Tankin, Dalton Kirby, Mary Lou Davis,  Laura Curry, Tom Phillips, Janet Gross, Sher Grogg, Merle Becker,  Russ Zumbrum, Scott Adcock, Harold Kessler, Judi Sanders, Sunny Blouse, James Brady, Bonnie Mohr, Grace Yacek, Angela Mohr, Jeanette Hawley, Laura Myers, Margie Thiel, and Dustin Summers.

 

FOR OUR SEMINARIAN: Kathy Stump

 

FOR THOSE IN THE MILITARY:  Luke Small