PER CAPITA: We have received word that the per capita will be $41 per member. Here is a break down of where the $41 goes: $8.50-Presbytery mission; $22-Presbytery per capita; $2.30-Synod per capita; $7.73-General Assembly per capita. We are expected to pay the $41 for all persons on the active member list whether to attend and contribute or not.
THESE DAYS: The newest edition of These Days can be found on the back pamphlet rack. We will soon be changing from These Days to Our Daily Bread.
CLEANING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: There is a signup sheet in the back as well as a checklist for what gets cleaned.
VOLUNTEER GREETERS: There is a signup sheet in the back for anyone who is willing to serve as greeters on Sunday mornings.
CARE BAG DONATIONS: We are collecting items for the Care Bags. The following are items we will be collecting if you would like to donate: Chapstick, Tissues, Hand Sanitizer, Note pads, Toothpaste, Socks, Postcards, Crafts, Hair Brush, Mirror
CHANGE FOR FRAMES: We have found a number of architectural drawings of the church when cleaning. Session estimates that we would need five frames. There is a piggy bank for change to pay for framing these drawings. As we get enough change for framing, we will get the drawings framed and hung up in the church.
NEW HYMNALS: We are looking to purchase 40 updated hymnals by the beginning of the new year to get started. A pew hymnal is $20 each; a new large-print edition is $30. There are forms on the back table to go with any donation. We are now more than half way to our goal.
MINI FOOD PANTRY: Session will be collecting non-perishable food items to create a mini food pantry in a cupboard downstairs that can be given to people in Colver who may have an emergency food need.
BASKET DONATION: If anyone would like to help the Lavericks and the Revloc Presbyterian Church by donating a basket for a basket raffle for the spaghetti dinner, please contact Jane Elms.
365 HOSPICE: This organization is looking for volunteers to work in the office, call and/or visit person in need of hospice care. If you are interested in helping see Connie Kostelnik or Dottie Headrick for more information.