Newsletter — August 16, 2022
Newsletter — August 30, 2022
Join us Sunday mornings for worship at 10:00 am, with the option of in-person or on-line worship. masks optional for all activities in the church building, including worship. All are welcome!
You may also join us online:
Find worship live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/spiritoflifeav
Join us live on Zoom by clicking https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83600960782
You can stream the service later either on Facebook or on YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UC-G31isag0NKhIT0cat91qA
C & C after C – Please sign up to participate in providing cookies for C & C after C (Coffee and Conversations after Church). Please see Ruth Ewule if you have questions.
(Monday) COFFEE and CONVERSATION Join us Mondays at 9:15am. CC will be available in person at the church and via zoom. Robert Shepard is inviting you to Church coffee Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86131064188. Meeting ID: 861 3106 4188.
The session of elders of Spirit of Life is hosting our regular community PICNICS this summer while Rob has sabbatical. We ask those able to bring a side or dessert to share and the session will provide a main course. Final picnic will be August 28th and the time will be approximately 11:15am (immediately after worship) with games in the backyard for kids and food and fellowship for all.
The Justice Works borrowing bookshelf is up and running, so check it out.
We continue to collect supplies for Highland Elementary – our final drop off opportunity is Sunday, August 28. There will be a box on the table in the entry at church. We’ve done well with school supplies. We only need 14 medium size bottles of school glue and 5 folders with pockets on both side. Thank you, everyone.
From Community Service: Garden update: with a delivery of 80 pounds yesterday, we are up to 489 pounds delivered year to date, and we are on our way to another 100-pound delivery week! We will surpass 500 pounds delivered before Labor Day!
Our Little Free Pantry continues to be of great service to our hungry neighbors. An anonymous note of appreciation was left this week. We would appreciate donations to keep our cupboard full. Preferred items at this time include jars of spaghetti sauce, any pasta, bags of plain white rice, any canned vegetables or fruits, peanut butter, jelly, canned tuna, Spam, dry milk. These items and any other non-perishables can be placed in the driveway pantry or left in the cabinet inside the front door to the church. Members of the Community Service committee will refill items when needed and thank you very much for your support and donations. We can make a difference in preventing hunger in our neighborhood!
It’s Back! Who remembers the “Change for change” bucket offering? Some are familiar with this, others may have questions. With the help of our children, we will continue collecting change in our metal buckets but going forward we’ll give on a monthly basis. Throughout the month, collect your change and bring it on the third Sunday! This is a great teaching tool to help us show each other and the younger generation how fun it is to give when we hear the change drop in the buckets!
If you have a prayer request you wish to share with our Spirit Care Prayer Team, please email our deacon, Chris Sachs. Word it as you wish it to be submitted, and we will post it for our prayer team.
2022 Per Capita is $36.50