THIS WEEK @ CCMI: Tuesday, July 9 - Monday
Tuesday, July 9
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Classes begin tonight! It's not too late to come, but Cheryl Malcham would like to know so that she has enough handouts to go around. You can call or text her at 206-920-2556. Invite a friend to come with you! And if you'd rather relax at the pub, Dale Rominger will be at the Roanoke from 7 p.m. Join him! Class participants will head that way when the Mindfulness session finishes.
Saturday, July 13
8:00 a.m. Women's breakfast - RSVP to Colleen Mohn (2063-232-2162) or Diane Calvert (206-352-1333).
Sunday, July 14
10:30 a.m. Worship
11:45 a.m. Facility Trustees
7:00 p.m. Film event "Paris to Pittsburgh" See information below.
"Paris to Pittsburgh" film showing
Sunday, July 14
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Please help us spread the word about this event! "Paris to Pittsburgh" is a National Geographic film about the climate action happening in American cities. Inspiring! Refreshments will be available and we will have a short discussion after the film. Please invite friends you think might be interested in this important topic. This is an easy way to introduce CCMI to others.
Memorial Service for Jane Marich
Saturday, August 10
Friday – Sunday, August 16-18 Play!
Church retreat at Pilgrim Firs. Everyone welcome! Register by July 28. Info on the CCMI website
A request from Greg Malcham
Greg has started a summer project repainting the back deck and stairs. It's a big job! Can you help with scraping and priming? Call Greg at 206-236-2556.
And a request from Roberta
During worship this summer, we will celebrate the fruits of God's Spirit in our lives. Can you help identify what they are? There is a familiar list from the Bible: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. But what about inclusivity? Curiosity? Laughter? If you can help make the list more complete, Roberta will be really grateful. Contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking Lot Work
This summer we will be doing extensive work on the parking lots. The lots will be power washed, repaired, resealed, and repainted. We have two parking lots upper and lower lots.One of the lots is blocked off for work the other will be free to use. When a lot is being worked on, it will not be available for at least ten days.but if your group cannot, then some of you will have to park on the street.
Robin Leitzke 09-Jul
Stan Harrison 10-Jul
Julie Gardner 10-Jul
Paul Benz 12-Jul
Hal Meyer 12-Jul
Peggy Derick 14-Jul
Danielle Geitzke 15-Jul
Community and UCC Events
An evening with Mark Pearson
Wednesday, July 10
Washington Hall,153 14th Avenue, Seattle 98122
Join a special evening with singer/songwriter Mark Pearson (the "1968" song we used last fall was one of his works), who has spent more than five decades sharing his music in the civic arena. He has performed all over the world both as part of the Brothers Four and as a solo artist. He went to the University of Washington in the 1960s but left before completing his degree in order to go change the world. He has returned and will graduate in spring 2019. In this evening, Mark will talk about how music informs and inspires social movements, share stories about his work and civic engagement, ask and answer questions, sing, and provide insights about the relations among music, movements, and democracy. He will have his guitar at all times. More on Mark is here: https://markpearsonmusic.com. Please note that the date in Sunday's bulletin was incorrect.
VOLUNTEERS FOR SUNDAY, July 14
Gloria and John Kasonic
Donna and Casey Ellis
Diane Calvert and Bob Wiley
(Worship & Arts Committee)
GREETERS, USHERS, FLOWERS AND COMMUNION SERVERS
Anyone willing to serve as a greeter, usher, Communion server or flower provider for the altar, please contact Hellen Fung at church or via email: email@example.com
OFFICE USAGE THIS WEEK
Mon-Fri 8-6 (Downcenter)
Tuesday evening (Sanctuary, Upper Room)
Wednesday evening (Upper Room)
Saturday morning (Sanctuary)
Sunday 6-9 (Sanctuary)
Next week Mon-Fri 8-6 (Downcenter)