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Weekly Announcements - November 18, 2018

posted Sep 1, 2017, 11:44 AM by Mifflin Pres   [ updated Nov 16, 2018, 1:14 PM ]
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The communion table flowers today are given by John and Susie Sandusky in memory of Kate Johnson.



The rosebud on the communion table is in celebration of the birth of Jack Robert Morrison, born 11/13/18 to parents Danielle & Scott Morrison.


Office Hours

The week of Thanksgiving, the office will only be open on Tuesday the 20th, 8am– 4pm and Wednesday the 21st, from 8am to 10:30am.


Deck the Halls

On November 25th, we will “deck the halls” in preparation for Christmas. The festivities will begin immediately following the second worship service. A light lunch will be provided. Decorations will be presorted and ready to go (more fun, less frustration)! You may decorate as a family or form your own group. Come and have fun with your church family. Please sign up at the Info     Center.Please contact Courtney Riegler with questions.


Advent Sunday School

In this fast-paced world it seems odd to say that we celebrate Advent by waiting, but this waiting is far more than a passive submission to time. Advent is a time of active preparation for a whole new way of life ushered in by     Jesus' birth. This four-session study introduces four major themes that help Christians move meaningfully and patiently through the season of Advent: waiting, accepting, journeying, and birthing. The class will start on Sunday, December 2nd at 10:10 am and meet in room 10 with Kathi Bubb facilitating the conversation.


Contact Info

Thanks for your great response to our request for emergency contact       information on all of our members - we have received 35 cards already! Please fill out a light green card at the Info Center and put it in the basket. Questions can be addressed to Marquell Segelken, who can also fill out a card for you if you want to email your information to  


Mifflin Book Club

All are welcome to join us on the 4th Monday of each month at 7pm in the church library to discuss what we have read. Our November book is  Underground Railroad by Colton Whitehead - we'll meet on November 26th. In December we will meet on Monday the 10th (note date change) to watch the movie "Book Club". For 2019 we will be reading books from the PBS Great American Read.


Advent Wreath

Sign your family up to read and light the advent candles. What a great way to participate in worship this holiday season!


Keeping Our Kids Safe

Our church Session recently voted to use the services of the company “Protect My Ministry” to more efficiently run our required background checks on volunteers working with the children in our many ministries. We are     currently updating our records. Please be aware that any volunteers who need a current background check will be contacted by this company via an email request to update your records. If you have any questions, please   contact Jeanne Stonerock (614-477-9847) or Julie Oswalt at the church.



Donations of Adult Coats are greatly needed. The December collection focus is Toys and Toilet Paper.


Blue Christmas Service

Join us Sunday, December 9th at 4pm in the Choir Room. This quiet, but uplifting service is designed for anyone who has difficulty finding the joy in the Christmas season, no matter what the reason. Please join us and invite your friends.


Parents’ Night Out and Gift Wrapping

Parents, here is your chance to spend an evening out together or perhaps doing some holiday shopping! Youth raising funds for next summer’s Chicago Mission Trip or Presbyterian Youth Triennium invite you to go out on the town while we babysit your child/children on Friday, December 14th from 6pm-9pm at the church. We will have games, crafts, movie and snacks. We respectfully ask $20 per child. Families with more than one child attending are $15 for each additional child. Note: Whether or not you will be enlisting our           babysitting services, we will also be providing gift wrapping! Tis the season! Gift wrapping will be by donation. Please sign up at the Info Center for these services so we can plan appropriately.


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