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Dear Church Family and Friends,
Worship with us on Sunday at 10 am EST on YouTube at https://bit.ly/joinpumcyoutube.
Please stay home 😉 for our Sunday worship service with Reverend Kathleene Card and her message A Sense of We.
Our scriptures will include Psalm 139:1-6 and 1 Corinthians 12:21-31.
Our hymn is Praise to the Lord, The Almighty.
Our bulletin can be found here: https://www.peterboroughumc.org/sunday-january-17-2021-pumc-order-worship/
The Sunday worship stream can be found here: https://youtu.be/p061DDTLsVU (direct link). So please do watch the stream Sunday at 10 am EST.
GREETINGS FROM REV CARD
A moment of encouragement. Special guest Jim Poplin.
Join Rev Card at 7 am on her Facebook http://bit.ly/revcardfb for her daily devotional video and Grand Sweep Bible Study
WEEKLY FOOD OFFERING UPDATE
The food offering basket is full to overflowing again! Many thanks for continuing to drop your
donations by at the church! The groceries are going to be delivered this week to Antrim/
Bennington’s food pantry at the Baptist Church in Antrim.
A while back there was a really interesting post seen on social media. We share it today so that
it informs you, as you shop for your food offering donations. Check it out! once again, thank
you so much for keeping our church’s food ministry active and vibrant!
Our next food offerings will be gathered and dropped at Jaffrey’s Food Pantry, so keep
them coming! This pandemic economy has caused intense need.
It’s always nice to find out that someone has been inspired by our mission projects. Case in point, I received an email last evening from one of the Hundred Nights Peterborough Posse volunteers. She has a friend in Boston who prepares Valentine bags for homeless folks who come to a homeless shelter in Boston. She wrote that she felt inspired to do the same for folks at Hundred Nights. She was asking for some specific numbers of folks who drop in regularly at the shelter’s drop-in center, as she would like to build a project in Keene for doing the same type of holiday surprise. She was unsure if she would have time to get it done this year, but said she wanted to definitely pursue it as a project! Such a nice idea and I’m so glad that our church has the weekend meal program that got her involved and stepping out in her own right!
What ideas do you have for stepping out in mission? Talk it up! My bet is that someone will be inspired and excited to join hands with you and get the job done!
ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Our Admin Council meeting has been moved to Tuesday, January 19, at 6:30p via Zoom. All are welcome to attend. Contact the church office for Zoom details.
CONDOLENCES FOR LEXI BURT
Many may remember Lexi Burt, a young woman who used to perform in our choir. She is friends with the Southwicks.
She recently lost her father and is the family member dealing with the arrangements. Any donations to help with funeral costs would be welcome.
Please send any donations payable to “Lexi Burt” and send to the church.
Condolences can also be sent to the church, 43 Concord St, Peterborough NH 03458.
Prayers for Kelly Molloy, whose aunt just passed away.
BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES
We are setting things up so we can send out birthday and wedding anniversary emails, as well as our cards. We are missing this information for a lot of people. Could you please get this info to the church office (no need for years, just dates)? We like to celebrate!
SHARING WISDOM FROM A FOOD BANK VOLUNTEER:
1. Everyone donates Kraft Mac & Cheese in the box. But it needs milk & butter which is hard to get from food banks.
2. Boxed Milk is a treasure. Kids need it for cereal, which they get a lot of.
3. Everyone donates pasta sauce & spaghetti noodles.
4. Canned Foods should be Pop Tops OR donate Can Openers.
5. Oil is a luxury needed for Rice a Roni which they get a lot of.
6. Spices, Salt & Pepper are a real gift.
7. Tea bags & Coffee are caring gifts.
8. Sugar & Flour are treats.
9. Important are fresh produce donated by farmers & grocery stores.
10. Seeds are great in spring & summer because growing can be easy for some.
11. Rarely is there fresh meat.
12. Tuna & Crackers make a good lunch.
13. Hamburger Helper goes nowhere without ground beef.
14. They get lots of peanut butter and jelly but NEED sandwich bread.
15. Butter or Margarine are good.
16. Eggs are a commodity!
17. Cake mix & Frosting makes it possible to make a child’s birthday cake.
18. Dishwashing Detergent is very expensive & is always appreciated.
19. Feminine hygiene products are a luxury & women will cry over them.
20. Everyone loves Stove Top Stuffing.
Bonus: CASH makes it possible for the Food Bank to buy what’s missing and buy in bulk.
Gift Cards & monetary donations payable to Peterborough Human Services Fund can be sent to 1 Grove St. Peterborough, NH 03458.
PASSING OF LUCY JANE BENTON
Lucy Jane Benton
November 6, 1925 ~ December 29, 2020 (age 95)
Lucy Jane Benton, age 95 of Peterborough, passed away peacefully at her home on December 29, 2020. She was born in Dyer, Arkansas, on November 6, 1925, the daughter of Joseph and Fannie (Loomis) Lawrence.
Upon graduation from high school, Lucy moved to Washington DC in 1942 to work for the government supporting the troops. She and her husband, Bruce, were very active in the First Baptist Church of Washington which counted President Truman as a regular attendee as it was a few blocks from the White House.
For many years she volunteered with the Red Cross as a driver and served as a Girl Scout Leader. In 1960 she became a real estate agent, earning the designation of Broker and for 20 years owned a Re/Max franchise in Potomac, MD. Upon retirement, she bought a motor home and drove the AlCan Highway to Alaska with a friend – one of her favorite experiences. She moved to Peterborough in 2006 after her daughter and son-in-law had moved to the area.
Lucy is survived by daughter Jane B. Butler of Bennington.
Burial will take place in the spring at Pine Hill Cemetery, Peterborough.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Lucy’s name to The River Center or The American Red Cross.
To share a memory, or to leave the family a message of condolence, please https://www.jellisonfuneralhome.com/obituary/Lucy-Benton
Condolences may be sent to:
Antrim NH 03440
Announcements & Upcoming:
*all times are in EST
daily 7a Daily Devotional online via Rev Card’s Facebook
daily 7a Grand Sweep bible study online via Rev Card’s Facebook
Jan 17 10a Worship service online via YouTube
Jan 17 1p Fellowship hour online via Zoom
Jan 19 6:30p Admin Council meeting online via Zoom *note date change
Jan 25 Newsletter submissions due
Jan 26 1:30p Book Group online via Zoom
ONLINE FELLOWSHIP HOUR
Please join our hosts this Sunday at 1pm on Zoom for online fellowship with the PUMC church family.
Consult your What’s Happening email or contact the church office for Zoom meeting details.
Stay Involved with PUMC:
Sunday Worship streaming on YouTube Sun 10a https://bit.ly/joinpumcyoutube
and posted online (after Sunday) http://bit.ly/pumcworshipvideo
Online Fellowship Hour Sun 1p https://bit.ly/pumcfellowship Zoom meeting ending in 8974 *contact the church office if you need meeting details
Daily Morning Devotional & Grand Sweep Bible Study 7a http://bit.ly/revcardfb
Book Group online https://bit.ly/pumcbookgroup
Digital Welcome Card http://bit.ly/pumcwelcomecard
Children’s Bulletins http://bit.ly/pumckidsbulletin
Sunday School To Go https://bit.ly/sundayschooltogo
Online Giving http://bit.ly/pumconlinegiving
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This message was sent to you by Melissa French for the Peterborough United Methodist Church.