OFFERINGS ALLOCATED TO LOCAL CAUSES You again are a blessing to many people! The Advent Wednesday evening offerings were designated to Helping Hands and the Mahomet Ministerial Alliance Transient Fund. Each of those organizations received checks for $309.63. The Christmas Eve offering was designated for the emergency men’s shelter in Champaign-Urbana. The Christmas Eve offering was $4870. The Leadership Team supplemented the offering, so a check for $5000 was sent to the C-U at Home organization to help with the men’s homeless shelter in Champaign-Urbana. What a blessing you are to so many people in need!
MEN’S MEATING Monday, Feb, 13, 5:30-6:45. Fellowship hall. A place where men can meet and find biblically supported advice and conversation. Topic is Brats. Come and help us kick this off! Please RSVP so we know how many brats to provide. For information or RSVP call Rich 621-4288 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FINDING MEANING IN WORK DISCUSSED AT LIFETREE CAFÉ How to find meaning and purpose at work will be discussed at Lifetree Café on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 12:30 p.m. The program, titled “Finding Meaning Every Monday: Secrets to a Satisfying Week,” features a filmed interview with Brad and Libby Birky, founders of Denver’s SAME Café. The eatery operates on a “pay what you can” pricing plan and allows the Birkys to pursue their passion for feeding all who are hungry. “When we first started out, we said if can feed one person who needed it, then we would be successful,” says Libby Birky. “Everyone who walks through the door needs it, so now I have 50,000 reasons to feel successful because I’ve served 50,000 meals.” During the program, participants will discover the key factors social scientists claim can make any job feel meaningful, and discuss how they can increase those factors in their own work.
VALENTINE’S DINNER The Valentine’s Dinner will be on Feb. 12 from 4-6 pm. We will be having pork tenderloin, cheesy potatoes, green beans, dinner and fruit salads and dessert. We will have dinner music and there will be special entertainment for all to enjoy. The price again this year will be singles $5 and couples $10. The dinner is for anyone 18 or older. Judy Lane will be selling tickets in the narthex after church or you can stop buy the church office during the week to get your tickets.
SWEET LIFE CAFÉ RETREAT Ladies, come savor time with God and friends at Sweet Life Café Retreat on Saturday, March 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. We all love going out for a warm cup of coffee or tea with friends. And most of us long to extend those short visits and take time to slow down and really enjoy time together. That’s exactly what we’ll do at Sweet Life Café. Join us at this retreat, where we’ll savor time with God and friends. Together we’ll experience meaningful Bible studies, flavor-filled activities, and scrumptiously delicious fun! For more information contact Bobbie Schnitkey, 898-0358 or email@example.com