Easter offering this year will be split between the Pastor's Discretionary Fund and our Fish Food Drive (goldfish and other snacks for Stevenson Elementary and tuna fish and other canned protein for Bellevue College students). Please be generous.
Easter Brunch Potluck, 11:00 a.m. Easter Sunday
Bring your favorite brunch potluck dish and join the fun! The church will supply the main course and beverages!
Easter Sunrise Service, 6:00a.m., Sun., April 16th. Butterflies, candles, coffee, donuts, sunrise and the Sunrise. Wear your jammies but dress for the weather because we'll be outside (in the parking lot). See you all there!
Easter Brunch help needed! Would you be willing to help with set up or clean up for our Easter brunch on Sunday, April 16th? Please indicate your willingness on the Making Connections sheet or let Hilary Simard/Jeanne Macomber know. Thank you!
March 26th is UMCOR Sunday!
Celebrating what used to be called One Great Hour of Sharing we will learn more about our conference's projects to help rebuild homes in the Okanagon area of Washington. Rosalee Mohney, one of the conference lay leaders will be our guest speaker and a special offering will be taken to support UMCOR's administrative costs. Remember, when you give to an UMCOR project 100% of the money goes to the project itself. It is only through giving on UMCOR Sunday that administrative costs are covered.
Red fish, blue fish, goldfish, tuna fish!
Our Lenten mission project is to provide loads of goldfish crackers (and other snacks) for Stevenson Elementary and tuna fish (and other canned protein) for hungry young adults at Bellevue College. There are MANY hungry bodies with brains that are trying to learn and to improve. Let’s do our part to help! Donations may be dropped off in the barrel in the entranceway. If you prefer to support this effort financially, please note FISH DRIVE on your check or envelope. Thank you!
Inch by Inch, Row by Row Going to Let Our Garden Grow!
¨ Garden Work Party #2, Today! 12 noon—3 pm
Third Sunday Loose Change Offering TODAY! Empty your pockets of loose change and bills and put it in the special Emergency Offering bag before communion. Help supply food for families across King County who are hungry.
Cards for needed food donations are available in the Parlor today. Please return the food by next Sunday, March 26th, placing it in the large kitchen. Thank you!
FUMCB Book Discussion Group, Monday, March 20th, 7:00 pm. at the library.
They will discuss David McCullough’s book, “The Wright Brothers.” This biography about the tow brothers, who built a flying machine and proved that man could fly, is a fascinating story of ingenuity and determination. Judy Meredith will be leading the discussion.
All are welcome. If you have questions, please contact Darlene Hamilton or Phyllis Borland.
Youth Lock In (overnight) next weekend (Saturday to Sunday, March 25th - 26th)! Art, music, gardening, movies, frozen yogurt, cooking and finally worship. A jam packed frenzy of youth fun, fellowship, and faith! Let Laurie Edwards know if you will be there ASAP.