Wed., Aug. 23rd, 5:30 - 7:00 pm.
The Ridgefield Clergy Association is sponsoring free dinner and activities at Parks and Rec on Wednesday, August 23rd from 5:30 - 7pm. "Light the Night" is an evening set aside for families to share a meal together and enjoy games, crafts and activities. Pastor Karen Halac from the Ridgefield Congregational Church and our own, Pastor Maria-Pia Seirup are co-leading the event. To reserve your spot, email or call 203.431.2755. Please let us know how manypeople in your family will be attending. Come support family meals that are technology-free at the table and rich in conversation. In addition to family dinner, activity stations will be ready for families to participate in games and crafts together.
Beginning Sept. 9th
Level I will meet in the Wesley Hall Parlor at Jesse Lee, 9:30 - noon. The course runs for 10 sessions. For more information contact Jennifer Failla. A course material fee of $30.00 will be collected the first day of class.The power of prayer is amazing!
Don't miss the fun, excitement, and energy of Rally Day. Learn about the new fall programs that will be offered.
The fall worship service schedule begins:
:8:00 Communion in the Chapel9:00 Traditional Worship Service/Sunday School in the Sanctuary10:00 Contemporary Service in the Carriage House11:00 Traditional Worship Service/Sunday School in the Sanctuary
The training will begin this September and run through the beginning of January 2018. The training commistment consists of 50 hours - Monday evenings 7-9:30pm & 2 Saturday retreats. Many of the topics covered are extremely helpful for developing better communication skills in any relationship: active listening, as- sertiveness, maintaining boundaries, and confidentiality. If you are interested in becoming part of this Christ- centered, caring, & compassionate ministry, please reach out to Angie Dollins or Debbi Black.
7pm to 8 pmBible study can be challenging in part because the Bible was written in a different culture and time, and with a wide variety of literary genres. Poetry is heard differently than prose, or proverbs, and sometimes the assumptions about how to hear influences what we hear. Pastor Bill Pfohl will be offering a Sporadic Wednesday evening lecture/discussion series to address a central motif of the Bible. God working through people in order to save people. Learn more>>
Jr. Choir is looking for pianists and helpers for the fall. The rehearsals will be Sunday 10:15-10:45 between the morning Sanctuary Services.Please contact Henric or Deb Ahle
The Monday night "I AM" Outreach Group is hosting a food drive for the Ridgefield Food Pantry through October as a way of supporting local families who are struggling to make ends meet. Each month will focus on a different food theme. For August, it's "Clean Up" with a focus on personal care and household cleaning products, such as shampoo/conditioner, deodorant, bath/hand soap, toilet paper and facial tissue, laundry detergent, paper towel, dish soap, etc. These items are often left out of regular donations, yet are critical to supporting healthy lives. Of course, any shelf stable food item will also be greatly appreciated during the month as wellOf course, any shelf stable food item will be greatly appreciated; you do not need to keep with this theme. Learn more>>
We are seeking persons called to spend one Summer Sunday morning with our Sunday School kids -- not just parents, but grandparents, youth, aunts, uncles etc.
Our Sunday School kids invite you to come spend a summer Sunday morning with them. We will have two classes -- if we have enough "Guiding Lights" -- one for preschool and one for elementary age kids.
Our format is: - "What's in the Bible? Game Show starring Buck Denver -- video based 20 minutes - Sacred and Holy Sharing time 10-20 minutes - Snack/Fellowship time
Choose one date or more here.
No experience necessary, just a desire to help our children experience and learn about God's Word and Love. We will train you (on-line training available). Background check required.
Contact Pastor Maria-Pia or Kerry Marino for more information.
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