Serving Deacons

The following are serving as Deacons:

                                           Chris Davitt-Moderator  

Celeste Klett                                                                                           Zera Leiby 

 Linda Lane                                                                                            Bernie Schiefer

Gail March                                                                                             

During this time of Covid-19, your Deacons have offered to help with getting groceries or pharmacy runs.  If you are not well, please contact the church office, and we will pass along to the Deacons.                                                                               

The prayer chain, Meal Train, Easter Lilies, Christmas Poinsettias, care cards, and other opportunities for serving are handled by the Deacons.  If you are in need of assistance, going in for sugery, need prayer, or we can help, please see your Deacon.  If you are unsure who your Deacon is, please call the office and we will put them in touch with you!

Prayer Chain email is retadoty@yahoo.com 

Meal Train can always use volunteers to prepare a meal or two for our neighbors in need!  Sign up is easy, and you can pick your days, meals, etc!

Would you consider being a Deacon?  Please see Rita for more information.  We will be involved in nominating the next class of Deacons as some of our Deacons have reached their term. There is always an opening for someone to become a Deacon.  If you find it weighing on you to become a Deacon, please reach out to Reta directly, or call the office.

 
Who's Who

Calling all congregants who may have talent in being fun!!  That's right-we need someone who would like to help find fun things to do every month.  A trip to the movies?  A trip to a baseball game? MahJong here in Fellowship Hall?  Please contact the office if this is you, we want to talk to you!

Would you like to help in some way?  We have many Outreach programs.  In our community, and out in the world.  Have you thought "Maybe I could help?"  Serving does not always mean food.  Bring can goods and other non-perishables to Communion Sunday for the Salvation Army in North Port is one way.  Communion Sunday is the first Sunday of each month.  There is a collection crate in the Narthex and it goes directly to the Salvation Army!  

We also need help with general maintenance.  Does the walkway need sweeping?   When we have Fellowship following the service, do the tables need cleaning?  Any help is always appreciated!!

 

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