STEWARDSHIP PLEDGE REMINDER
There is also still time to return your 2017 pledge cards. You can drop them in the offering basket or mail them to the church.
PRAYER AND BIBLE STUDY GROUP will meet on Wednesday, January 25. at 10:00 AM in the Conference Room. Lectionary passages for this week are: Micah 6:1-8 and Matthew 5:1-12.
NOMINATING COMMITTEE NEEDS YOUR HELP
The Nominating Committee has begun its work to identify our next group of officers for our church. This includes Elders, Deacons, key Financial positions and new members of the Nominating Committee. These are important roles in our church. If you would like to be considered for these positions or if you know of someone who you believe is well qualified please contact members of the Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee wants to reach as broadly as possible to fill these positions. The Nominating Committee members include, Wendy Herchenroether, Amy Reed, Tim Miller, Teresa Bershai, Sandy Stauffer, Bob Hedglin or Bob Nadin.
OHIO TOWNSHIP FIRE - HELPING THE MILBERT FAMILY
Many of you already know about the devastating fire that destroyed the Milbert family home and took the life of their youngest daughter Hannah. The sympathy of our church community goes out to the Milbert family. For those of you who would like to help the Milberts, please click here.
Holy Family -- Needs Cleaning Help for Upcoming Inspection
During the weeks of January 23 and January 30, Holy Family Institute is seeking help with light cleaning and organizing in several buildings prior to a state inspection. There may be a bit of heavy cleaning in kitchen areas. We'd like to help out as part of our outreach partnership ... if you could spend a couple of hours, please send a note to Deb Sadowski at email@example.com. Thanks in advance!
Online giving has come to CPCBA!
Thanks to the efforts of Ross Dillon, Barb Barcousky and the Stewardship Committee, anyone who wishes to give can set up a one-time or recurring donation using a serviceprovided by the Presbyterian Mission Exchange. Please go to the donation page and set up your donation.
GRIEF SUPPORT For Youth & Parents
Starting this Sunday there will be two groups meeting after worship to continue conversations on the grieving process. Youth will meet with Susan Fink in the Youth Room. Parents will meet with Lyn Robertson in the Chapel. Shared experiences and perspective can be helpful as we figure out how to navigate. We will ask about interest in a monthly talk moving forward.
Youth are welcomed and encouraged to bring friends.
Please let them know we are a welcoming place for the LGBT community and a safe space for real conversation. We promise not to embarrass you or try to convert your friends;)
HEY YOUTH - Can You Hear Me Now…?
If you aren’t getting our “Remind” texts or seeing our posts on Facebook or Instagram about Youth Group activities, please let us know.
Check out the Website. It’s updated on all Youth activities!
Facebook: Community Pres. Church of Ben Avon or CPCBA and Remind.com @32k69d
Women's Morning Out!
Saturday, February 4, 2017, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
(PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE)
Fee: $10 for catered lunch by Scott Wilwohl. Scholarships are available.
Come share a continental breakfast & catered lunch, fun, fellowship, and faith with CPCBA females and friends (ages 15 & up). Food, fellowship, music, and worship.
RSVP by Feb. 1. Place in offering plate or send to Jean Henderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 412-351-8001.
ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL MEETING FEBRUARY 19, 2017
The meeting will be immediately following worship and will include the presentation of the annual report. The annual report will be available Sunday, February 12, 2017.
Annelies - February 25, 2017; 7:30pm
Matthew Mehaffey, conducting the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh at Rodef Shalom Temple. Hear the innocence and hope in young Anne Frank’s words in Annelies, a full choral work by British composer James Whitbourn with libretto compiled by Melanie Challenger from The Diary of A Young Girl. Soprano soloist Amelia D’Arcy, the Mendelssohn Choir, and instrumentalists give voice to the girl whose emotional story has inspired millions and who remains the most well-known heroine of the Holocaust. Devastatingly beautiful, the music captures Anne’s youthful innocence amid unthinkable hardship.