Fellowship Breakfast! Yes, THIS Sunday morning from 8-9:30. Homemade pancakes! Everyone welcome in Fellowship Hall before worship!
will be held in both the Vestry and Pilgrim House this fall. We encourage you to feel free to attend either one. We are doing this to provide more opportunities for people to meet one another, since the Vestry is not large enough to accommodate everyone.
This coming Sunday, October 19th, join us at 5 p.m. in Fellowship Hall for our next 3rd Sunday worship and potluck. This month we'll be led by Karin Baard, who will be sharing her summer experiences on an Interfaith Pilgrimage of Peace on the Camino in Spain. All ages welcome.
Susan Fitzgerald is on medical leave. You may send her a message at http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/susanfitzgerald1. Becky Wilkoff is serving as Temporary Coordinator of Church School while Susan is on leave. You can communicate with Becky through Susan's email address at church: email@example.com.
Labyrinth Available Tuesday October 28th from 12 noon to 8 p.m. in Fellowship Hall.
Do you have craft projects you have never finished? Would you like to join in fellowship with other people who have the same problem? The Crafter's Group is reorganizing for this fall to meet on Thursdays at 1 PM in the parlor of Pilgrim House. All are welcome, whether they have a project or not. Come and have a cup of tea and meet other folks.
Our October Quiet Day will be held Friday, October 24, 9:30-1 p.m. In December, the Quiet Day will be Thursday, December 4th. For further information please contact either Ann Barry, 725-4754, firstname.lastname@example.org; or Jeanne Tuttle, 798-0012, email@example.com.
The Church's theme for this year is "Being is a Blessing." Are you being a blessing to First Parish by giving a legacy in your will? Be a blessing.
Afghanistan: Support Through Renewal: presented by Sue Chadima, DVM and Mariam Raqib, PhD on Sunday, October 26 directly following worship in the sanctuary. Join us!
Inquiring Minds Book Group: At our next meeting on Monday, October 20th (7 p.m. in the Parlor), we will discuss a novel based on a historical figure, Sarah Grimke of Charleston SC. The book is entitled "The Invention of Wings" by Sue Monk Kidd. All are welcome. FMI contact Becky Halbrook at firstname.lastname@example.org.