A Faith Community that Reaches Out From the Heart - of Summit County
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Happenings ~ People ~
Weekly Bible Study
will resume the
week of May 20th – time and day to be announced!
Watch for announcement.
Theo-Talk will resume
on Sunday May 19th
at 10:30 a.m.
New Member Orientation
following worship this Sunday May 12 in the Conference Room.
Ladies Lunch Bunch will meet at the
Dillon Dam Brewery, Weds. May 8th at noon.
Signup sheet in the narthex.
Yak and Yarn will resume on Wednesday, May 8th at 7:00.
Outreach Committee Meeting
6:00 pm, next Wednesday the 8th.
Home mission trip: Friday, May 31 - Sunday, June 2.
Cost is $75 per person for adults. Scholarships
are available for all youth participants.
Contact Ruth Hendricks if you are interested in participating in this
weekend mission trip to Alamosa, CO.
A Scientist Speaks
of the "Shroud of Turin"
Presentation by Col. Rudolf Dicht, Sat. May 18th 1:00 pm Finkel
Auditorium, CMC. Breckenridge. Admission free.
Hear Col. Dichtl speak about his experiences as a founding member of a
contingent of scientists
who worked to authenticate the Shroud in 1978.
Next Summit Music and Arts Concert May 19th at 4:00 pm.
in the Mountains” Rachel Segal,
violin; Phillip Stevens, viola; Charles Lee, cello; and Tamara
Services always needs more volunteers.
Please sign up in the narthex, we are offering a much needed service to
many in our community.
Please remember the food bank and bring a donation each Sunday.
Diapers and rice, beans and canned fruit and corn are especially needed.
Benefit Dinner Friday, May 10th
Summit Middle School Destination Imagination
The Summit Middle School Destination Imagination team has qualified to
go the Global Finals for Destination Imagination, the world’s largest
creativity competition for students held in Knoxville Tennessee at the
end of May. They are the first team from Summit to make this trip! The
team invites you to join them for an Elks Lodge fund- raising dinner on
Friday May 10, 2013. Please come for an “Imagine Italian” dinner from
5:30 – 7:30 p.m. (Italian salad, traditional spaghetti and the
trimmings). Tickets on sale in advance for $10.00 from any team
member, or can be reserved by calling the Elks Lodge at 970-468-2561.
Donations are tax deductible. team including Cassidy and Delani
Bargell, Sarah Burke, Anna Mathis, Sydney Vargo, and Mairi McAtamney
appreciate your support!
Offering for May is FIRC.
Strong families mean a strong
community. FIRC fosters this by working with families who struggle to
provide for their basic needs, especially those related to food and
housing. FIRC seeks to facilitate a level of stability which will
mitigate the risk factors associated with insecurity in these areas.
Poverty exists in Summit County. The percent of Summit County children
living in poverty has steadily risen from 4.3% in 2004 to 13.8%.The
percentage of local households at low or very low income levels has
risen from 18% in 2005 to 28% in 2012. FIRC provides concrete
support in times of crisis—help with food through the food bank,
emergency rent assistance, foreclosure prevention counseling, parenting
classes, and health coverage enrollment assistance, to name a few.