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Sunday-school students sell cinamon rolls in fight against hunger

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Good Monday morning to you,

We are basking in the glow of worship and all of our activities yesterday. Thanks to Pastor Kristy Daniels of Church of Steadfast Love for leading worship. And thanks to the children of Bethany for making and selling nearly $400 worth of cinnamon rolls after worship, with proceed going to hunger.

Lastly, thanks to Merry, our presenter from Grace Episcopal Church, who taught us how climate change inordinately affects the marginalized in the world.

A great Sunday.

Coming this week, we have quilting at 10 a.m. Tuesday; all welcome.  And at noon on Wednesday we have FFF, which includes a potluck and a presentation on lighthouses by Fred Truitt.

Come on by,

- Rachel Pritchett, office administrator

 

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Bibles, bookmarks, baking in store for young ones Sunday

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Good Wednesday morning.

During worship this coming Sunday, third- and fourth-graders will receive Bibles. Recipients include Marit Brodersen, Samuel Drovdahl, Agnes Peña, Victor Peña, James Pringle and Justin Starks. Bookmarks come with them, woven by Marcy Daley. (There's a photo of the bookmark out front. Can you see any familiar images woven in?) Sunday-school students also will be making and selling cinnamon rolls, with proceeds to fight hunger. After worship, Prayer Partners takes place.

Pastor Kristy Daniels of the Church of Steadfast Love, part of Compass Housing Alliance (CHA), will lead worship both at the 5 p.m. service on Saturday and at the 9:30 a.m. service on Sunday. CHA, with its main office on the Seattle waterfront, serves the homeless.

Pastor Kristy is pictured below. See you this weekend.

- Rachel Pritchett, office administrator

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