2414 Route 414 North
Waterloo, NY 13165

g> Tenth Sunday after Pentecost, July 24, 2016
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ACTIVITIES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS – Week of July 24 – 30, 2016
Today: Worship – 9:30 am

Future dates: Quarterly Voters’ Meeting – TODAY; Church Picnic @ Hyde’s – 8/14

Jean Corsner, Esther Hergert, Cindy Stephan, Rodney Kraft, Carolyn Dyson, Peg Smink (stroke – rehab); Betty Bakke, Amy Taylor, Bob Heitmann, Wayland Daeffler, Carter Hergert, Annette Lutz, Denise Burgio; Gary Verdine; Jim Dawley, Philomena Corsner; Mark Schneider, Douglas Bender; Corey Checho; Ron Heitmann, Leigh Henry, Laurie Coughlin-Schenck, and Linda Barbi

Shut-ins: Martha Carpenter, Joan Kuttner, Wilson Hauf, Jane Heilig

BIRTHDAYS: July 24 – Win Waelz; 30 – Rodney Kraft and Billy Dorow
Anniversary: Sandra and Win Waelz (7-25-64)

Acolyte Regann Fleming
Altar Nancy Lee, Linda Barbi and Shirley Dawley
Ushers The Reed Family
Refreshments Betty Heitmann

Barnabas Project – The Barnabas Project is in need of monetary donations and beds, clean mattresses, and household furniture. To donate, call 315-878-2886 or see Beth Reed.

Printer Cartridges and Cell Phones – We are collecting printer cartridges and may be left either in the box on the heater in the narthex or on the secretary’s desk.

Yard Sale – Thanks to all who helped with the yard sale – setting up, staffing and donating.

Lawn Mowing Sign-up Sheet is available on the table in the narthex. A can for gas money is on the window shelf.

Basement Window Replacements –If you would like to make a donation toward the cost of the windows, a donation to the church with a notation for the Building Fund-windows would be appreciated. Any shortfall of donations will be taken from the Building Fund account.

LWML Mites will be collected through Sunday, August 7th. Mites may be left on secretary’s desk or given to Janice Hyde.

Thrive by Five is a community organization for children with autism, downs syndrome, or speech development problems. This organization will be using the Youth Room in the pavilion for the next six weeks to work with eight to ten children between the ages of 18 – 36 months. This is a new service for Seneca County parents to obtain services for their children. Previously they were transporting the children to Syracuse three days a week.

Quarterly Voters’ Meeting – TODAY

Clarence Josephs – We received word from Clarence’s daughter, Kay, that he had passed away on Wednesday, July 20th in Georgia. Phyllis’ address is: Benton House, 204 Frazier Court, Apt. 310, Augusta, GA 30909 if you would like to send a card.