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Warm up This Weekend!! 

Meatloaf Dinner
Saturday, 5 to 7 p.m.
 

This Weekend...
at the Congregational Church of North Stonington...

Meatloaf Dinner - 5-7 pm Saturday
Join us Sunday, 10 a.m. Worship with Church School


Trustees' Meeting after worship
Coffee Hour

 

artwork:  Rembrandt - Jonah before the walls of Ninevah

 A Note of Apology from your Generosity Team:  We apologize that empty envelopes were inadvertently mailed out this week to some church members.  The only explanation:  a good deed went awry!  The envelopes were to include THANK YOU notes to you!  Thanks for your understanding. 

The Word: 
  Jonah 3:1-10  and Mark 1:14-20
Jonah finally obeys God and brings the message of repentance to Ninevah...and they listen!!  In the Gospel, Jesus calls the disciples to be "fishers of men." 

Our Message: "Prophet Margin"   Two very different biblical "call" stories.  Similar end results.  Our own paths may wander far from what we are destined or designed to be and do.  According to these accounts, it seems we end up where we are supposed to. 
 
With Children: Kay Lautzenheiser will offer the time for children and then the children may attend church school. 

In Music: 
We thank Rev. Mobby Larson for her service of music this Sunday as Director of Music Michael Noonan had a family emergency.  He will return this week.  

   
Our Hymns:     Isaiah the Prophet Has Written of Old; You Walk Along Our Shoreline, and In .


 Serving in Worship  Monica Eppinger, Joe Serwinski, deacons; Bev Sawyer, Kris Serwinski, Joe Serwinski, Pat Danley, ushers; Jennifer Watrous, lay reader; Kay Lautzenheiser, Time for Children. 

Fellowship of Concern
Please keep in your prayers: those serving overseas; all battling cancer; all struggling with financial crisis; for all working to bear the burdens of others. For the healing of: Shirley Millar; Rachel Remsbecker; Sharon Coates; Bill Nugent; Bill LaBrosse (friends of Sharon Coates); Pat Danley; Barbara (Evelyn’s sister); Jim Hoffman; Bob Janda and his family; Janet Lewis; Anita Ames; Jasmin and her baby; Jessica Sawyer (Cody’s mom); Jeannine Gagnon (Marianne’s mom); Robert Murphy; Kristin (friend of Melissa Rockwell), George Danley- home from the hospital; and Mary Wilska.  We celebrate with Miguel and Julia Perez upon the birth of their daughter, Sonia Marie, on January 8th. 

CALENDAR THIS WEEK
­Saturday:  Meatloaf Dinner  - Newsletter Deadline
Sunday after church:  Trustees meet

              Tuesday 7 pm:  Senior Choir
              Thursday 10 a.m. - Study Group
               5:45 Youth Choir
               7 pm Handbell Choir
  Next Sunday after worship:  Church Annual Meeting

 

CALL FOR ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF
NORTH STONINGTON

Notice is hereby given to the members of the Congregational Church of
North Stonington for the annual meeting to be held on Sunday,
January 28, 2018 in Hewitt Hall at 11:45 a.m.
 
The purpose of the meeting will be to:

  1. Act upon the reports of officers and committees of the church;
  2. Hear and act upon the report of the budget committee;
  3. Hear and act upon the report of the nominating committee;
  4. Transact any other business proper to come before said
  5.  

Please note that the church council will provide lunch and the CE
Dept. will offer child care, so that you can attend this important
church meeting.
 

Our mailing address is:                                         Website:  www.northstoningtonucc.com
89 Main Street, P.O. Box 66  
North Stonington CT  06359




 













To contact us:

 

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North Stonington Congregational Church

P.O. Box 66

89 Main Street

North Stonington, CT 06359

 

Electronic options:

 

Phone: 860-535-0379

E-mail to:NoStoUCC@comcast.net

All are Welcome to:

Congregational Church of North Stonington

We really mean everyone!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are an Open and Affirming Church

Staff:

 Rev. Susan G. Latourette, Pastor 860-535-0379

 Mr. Michael G. Noonan, Director of Music / Organist

 Mrs. Kay Lautzenheiser, Christian Education Coordinator

 Mrs. Rosemary Kuemper, Church Secretary

  Mr. Robert Janda, Sexton

We worship God in Christ Jesus faithfully, engage in Bible study and prayerful contemplation, serve joyfully, and seek justice passionately, with the Holy Spirit as our guide.

We are an Open and Affirming Church: We respect the worth and dignity of all persons who come into our church family regardless of their race, age, gender, nationality, marital standing, economic status, mental or physical challenges, or sexual orientation. We promise to support one another in our personal struggles, to understand and accept differences in one another, and pray to strengthen our love and acceptance.

 


"Open and Affirming"





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