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NEIGHBORHOOD PICNIC
June 25


We are collaborating with the Seymour Park Neighborhood Association, the Green Bay Police, Fire, and Parks & Rec Departments, along with other churches in the neighborhood to sponsor a picnic at Seymour Park on Sunday, June 25, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Grilled burgers and drinks are provided.  Bring a salad or dish to share.  Most importantly, just plan to join us and meet some of our neighbors!

 

Vacation Bible School!

Dates for Vacation Bible School 2017 have been set for August 1-3 (Tuesday-Thursday), from 5:00-8:00 p.m. each day. Mark your calendars!

The theme for this year is Hero Central! We will be focusing on local heroes with games, crafts, music and fun along with a surprise guest. More information including a schedule can be found here. Your child can be part of the fun by registering online! Register your child here or stop by the church office to pick up a registration form.

 

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Support Our Young Adult Volunteer
Your prayers and gifts are appreciated!


Lacy Schimmel was selected by the Presbyterian Church (USA) to be a Young Adult Volunteer for a year starting in August. YAVs live in the community they serve.  Lacy will be joined by YAV Lauren LaMonica and the two will serve in various community-based ministries in Chinook, Montana. 

YAVs need to raise money to help with their year-long expenses. Funds are raised to support programmatic expenses, as well as stipends, health insurance, and food allowance. Any funds raised beyond the needs of the individual volunteer are used to support other volunteers and the general YAV program in Chinook.

Lacy explains how her decision to be a YAV came about:

Last summer I was a chaperone for Triennium (the national PC(USA) youth gathering) and the week's message was "GO". I learned about the YAV program from one of the booths in the exhibit hall. So as the week went on I kept hearing the call to go and do good, go and spread God's work. By the end of the week I knew I had to look more into the program and after looking at all the sites decided that there were a lot of great places that I could serve. I applied and got accepted to the Montana site which was my top choice. My full time job for the last 4 years has been working at a day program for adults with special needs and they have taught me that I can do any thing I put my mind to. So I'm taking a leap of faith and moving to Montana for a year.

 Please consider helping Lacy with a financial gift.  Click here to reach her fundraising page.

 

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Pastor's Blog

Pastor Randy is blogging about the project he submitted to Luther Seminary for the "Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising." The project will help the church discern its values. It will be carried out over the summer and provide the focal points for the fall stewardship campaign. Read about how you can be invovlved too in Pastor Randy's blog.   

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Presbyterian Pantry
The Month of June


Volunteers at the Pantry ask for donations of spaghetti sauce. Place your jars of sauce in the shopping cart at church or leave them in Banner Hall.  The Pantry is open June 13 and 27 from 10:00 a.m. to noon.  Use the Howard Street entrance.

 

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