The next meeting will be on Wednesday, December 12th at 11:30AM at the church. Please bring a salad to share for lunch. If you cannot bring a salad, please come anyway so we can enjoy your company. Pastor Amy will officiate at a communion service, followed by the singing of favorite Christmas carols.
The Women’s Association met at the church in September for a business meeting, lunch and program. Margaret Kulkin gave a very interesting and informative talk and power point slide presentation about Tyler and Rochelle Holm’s ministry in Malawi. Tyler helps train future pastors, teachers and church leaders. Rochelle is involved in teaching people, including people with disabilities, how to improve water sanitation and helping make it easier for them to access clean water.
The next meeting will be Wednesday, November 14th, at noon at the Pancake Haus.
The Women’s Association will meet on October 10th at 11:30AM at the church for a business meeting. Lunch will be served around noon. Margaret K. will tell us more about Tyler and Rochelle Holms and how they are using their talents to further God’s work in Malawi.
The Women’s Association will meet to enjoy lunch together at the Pancake Haus on September 12th at noon. We are trying a new format this year. Some meetings will be lunches out and some will be meetings at church with a business meeting, lunch, and a guest speaker, as in the past. In October, Margaret K. will share information from Tyler and Rochelle Holm, the missionary couple she and Ruth met for lunch.
121 Easter baskets were given away at the Terrace View "Concern for Neighbors" Food Bank. The Women’s Association offering for our own mission projects was collected at the April meeting. Ferrill Fleming from the Edmonds Senior Center spoke about the history of the Senior Center, and also about plans for the future building to be used by seniors and other community groups. Vision House will provide a speaker for the May meeting.
Gerad Schneider from AmeriCorps spoke at the March meeting. He spoke about his work with disaster preparedness and his helping with local disasters. The next meeting will be on April 11th. Ferrill Fleming from the Senior Center will be the speaker.
130 Easter baskets for Concern for Neighbors Food Bank were filled on March 24th. The baskets were filled with an Easter story coloring book, a stuffed animal, and candy.
We will be stuffing Easter baskets again for the Concern for Neighbors Food Bank in Mountlake Terrace. The Women's Association invites you to bring wrapped candy (any candy will do as long as it’s individually wrapped) for the baskets, by March 18th, and/or join them on Saturday, March 24th at 10AM to fill and wrap all the baskets. Bring a friend!
The Women’s Association met on February 14th for a business meeting and a lovely Valentine’s Day Lunch. The speaker was Tamarah Lee from Hopelink. She told us about the many services Hopelink offers, though most of them only apply towards King County residents. The March Speaker will be Jessie Rounsley from Americorps. The Meeting starts at 11:30AM and lunch starts at noon.
The Rev. Dr. Jean Kim spoke at the January meeting. She spoke about her challenging ministry of helping homeless and very low income people enroll and remain in college to support themselves financially. One big problem facing the students is not having a place to live. Jean works very hard to find adequate housing, including tiny houses on available land. Her foundation helps provide necessary school supplies, medical needs, and other necessities to help the students successfully focus on their education. Jean also provides counseling to the students. The next meeting will be February 14th at 11:30AM, followed by lunch around noon. The speaker will be Tamara Lee from Hopelink.
The Women’s Association will meet on December 13th at 11:30AM. A “salad” luncheon will be served around noon. Bring a salad to share and enjoy a good lunch while visiting with friends. If you are unable to bring a salad, come anyway. Pastor Amy will lead a communion service, followed by singing of Christmas carols accompanied by Kathy M.
In November, Mary Ellen Friez from Clear Caption Phones told us about phones for people with some hearing loss. The phone will show what the caller says in text so you can read what they’re saying as well as hear it. The phone is available for free for people with some hearing loss. The cost is paid by a tax on the phone bill. She can be reached at (206) 450-6400.
The annual bake sale will be on December 10th after worship. Christmas goodies will provide treats for the holiday season and support missions. All proceeds go to mission agencies supported by the Women’s Association.
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