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This Week at Grace

July 28

Tuesday

9 am

Women’s Breakfast
Contact Colleen Schneider or leave a request at (916) 487-7849 for this week’s location.

July 29

Wednesday

7:30 am

Men’s Breakfast
Waffle Square, 2107 Fulton Ave

9:30 am

Plots of Love Garden workday (behind the church)
bring a hat, gloves, water and hand tools if you have them.

7 pm

T’ai Chi for all levels
Social Hall

August 1

Saturday

8 am–12 pm

CalFresh Booth
Country Club Plaza Certified Farmers Market
on Berendo east of Watt
Drop by and learn more about this community service

August 2

Sunday

8:30 am

Music & Arts Players rehearsal
Sanctuary

9 am

Worship, Communion – Andrea Cool, The 11th Commandment

10 am

Fellowship with Treats & Healthy Snacks

10:30 am

Adult Study – Tech Sunday! Bring your computer, internet, mobile device question.

5 pm

Eventide Worship – Rev. Jeanie Shaw
plus supper and fellowship
Social Hall

What Else?

New Summer Lunchtime Seminar! 
11:30 am–1:30, Jun 25, July 23 and Aug 27
Lunch & fellowship followed by review and discussion of the “The Hidden Power of the Gospels” by Alexander J. Shaia and discussion.We will journey through 4 questions: l) How do we face change? 2) How do we move through suffering? 3) How do we receive joy? 4) How do we mature in service?

Tech Sundays in August
10:30-ish a.m Sundays in August (after coffee hour)
In place of after-worship Adult Study for August, Anne Anderson will be offering a class on tech topics like Facebook, iPads, editing digital photos, how tos for Windows and Mac users. She give us a tour of the Grace social media presence. So if you have questions about the internet or how to use your devices this is for you.

SAVE THE DATES
Our 3rd Annual Farm to EVERY Fork educational series returns this October.
859709467696_cover.200x200-75Friday, October 2 –join us for a showing of
“A Place at the Table”
1 in 4 children in the US don’t know where their next meal is coming from. A Place at the Table tells the powerful stories of three such Americans, who maintain their dignity even as they struggle just to eat.

PS20.1edittedka-256x300Thursday, October 8 – County Supervisor Phil Serna will headline this evening about the future of the food supply and food policy and will include dinner, a cooking demonstration and exhibitors.

 

 

Check our Facebook page for the latest details on what’s happening at Grace.

Visit our Let’s Connect pages for information about our regular events and opportunities to serve the greater community.

On your next trip to the grocery store consider buying extra peanut butter, canned meats, soups and chili, oatmeal packets, or pasta for the Sierra Arden Neighborhood Food Closet. Donations are accepted during regular hours Monday–Friday from 9:30 to 11:30 am. Questions? Call SANFC 438-1942.

Paper Grocery Sack

We are collecting clean paper grocery sacks for the Carmichael Food Closet. Approximately 70 are used each day to distribute food. Bring them to the church. On Sundays leave them in the church kitchen (look for the designated container. During the week leave them at the Arden church office.

 

Box Tops and Campbell's Soup Labels for EducationWe are collecting Box Tops for Education and Campbell Labels For Education on behalf of the staff and students of Oakdale Elementary School in North Highlands. Click on the program names above for more info about which products qualify. Bring labels and box tops to worship on Sundays, deliver to Oakdale Elementary c/o Sarah Kesty 3708 Myrtle Ave, North Highlands, CA 95660, or place in a marked envelope and leave in the large mailbox in the Arden Christian campus courtyard.

 

img-buyback-02Drop off your recyclable bottles and cans  [California redemption value (CRV) containers] any Sunday morning. Look for the bin next to Marsha’s car in the parking lot or Lleave them in the parking lot next to the kitchen door, or loo.

 


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