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Brick Campaign to Update Lake Area of Camp Johnsonburg

Post Views: 3 Camp Johnsonburg is planning to update areas around the lake, which is a special place for many. Please consider purchasing a brick to be placed at the new Fireside Circle. Monies will also be used to update a dock, path to the Lakeside Fire Circle, and trail to the fishing dock. Visit the link below for more info www.campjburg.org/jumponin

Free Advent Devotional from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Post Views: 3 Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is offering a free Advent Devotional to congregations. It can be read online or printed, you can receive daily emails, you can listen on the web, and more. Please visit the link below https://www.pts.edu/devotional_1

New Antiracism Resources Available from PCUSA, Focuses on Immigrants

Post Views: 2 PCUSA is continuing its campaign to share antiracism resources with the greater church. This month includes resources about issues facing immigrant and refugee families. They include an award-winning documentary “Locked in a Box,” refugee ministry resources, the “We Choose Welcome” action guide, and more. For more info, visit the link below and go under “Resources” https://facing-racism.pcusa.org/?utm_source=Updates+from+the+PCUSA+Store&utm_campaign=67a4ae241c-PS%3A+Facing+Racism+November%3A+11%2F16%2F17&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ad05f0504a-67a4ae241c-273116629

Youth Ministry Workshop Set for January 5-6 at Camp Johnsonburg

Post Views: 2 Camp Johnsonburg is hosting “Known: the Youth Ministry Change Project” from January 5-6. This overnight weekend workshop will tackle cultivating faith that matters in everyday life, fostering faith conversations, joining other churches changing youth ministry, and stopping the loss of young people in church. For more info, visit the link below. http://www.campjburg.org/vibrant-faith-known/

Thanksgiving Dinner for Those in Need or Without Family

Post Views: 17 The First Presbyterian Church of Rutherford will again be providing a Thanksgiving Dinner on November 23rd, from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Karen Kaiser Parish House, for those in need and for those who may find themselves alone on Thanksgiving Day. Please see the flyer below. RSVP by Nov. 7.

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