CONGREGATIONAL MEETING: On Sunday, February 2, we will hold the Annual Meeting of the Congregation and Corporation directly after the service. We will hear reports from the Board and Committees, receive the year-end financial report, vote on the pastor compensation and elect church officers.
COMING TO THE TABLE: On Saturday, January 18, 2020, all are invited to participate in the first of 2020 monthly conversations around race, based on a framework created by the organization, “Coming to the Table,” (www.comingtothetable,org), which brings people together with the
goal of building community and repairing historical harms. Held at the Presbytery of Philadelphia, 915 W. Gowen Avenue, 19150, we begin with coffee and refreshments at 9:30. Program begins at 10:00 and ends by noon. Please speak with Cheryl Pyrch (email@example.com) if you would like more information.
Martin Luther King Day of Service, MONDAY January 20th, 8:00 a.m., Unitarian Society of Germantown, 6511 LINCOLN Drive: Please join with neighbors of all faiths for a day of hands-on service. Volunteer for one of over 20 service projects. If you would like to help out, go to www.mlkphillyuus.org. for more information. Summit is offering our kitchen for a soup making project.
THE LONG JOURNEY: From Extracting the Past to Cultivating the Future, Sunday, February 9th, 1:00-5:00p.m. At the First Presbyterian Church of Germantown, 35 Chelten Ave., 19144. Come join people of faith and all who are concerned about climate change as a moral issue at the Annual Conference of Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light. Our keynote speaker (streamed live) is Colette Pichon-Battle of the Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy, We’ll have workshops on local issues and Malinda and Mark Clatterbuck of “Lancaster Against Pipelines” will be receiving an award and leading a workshop. Go to www.paipl.org to learn more and to register.
If you are 55+, join us on Tuesdays at noon in the parlor for homecooked food and wonderful conversation. We welcome cooks! You may make a main dish, salad or dessert and bring ahead of time. Please speak to Elder Diner Team Anne Glass, Hector Badeau, Dave Rupp, Sandra Dorsey or Debra Lockwood, if you would like to help.
We are collecting donations of nonperishable food items, i.e. granola bars, pretzels, fruit snacks, raisins, chips, crackers small water bottles, and non-food items like small tubes of toothpaste, tooth brushes, small soft packs of kleenex, chapstick, vaseline, lotion. (Please avoid chocolate and peanuts). Bring them and give to Delores Paulk any Sunday. The children will be decorating and filling the bags for the homeless on the first Sunday of each month.
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