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Week of November 23
Wonderful Wednesday Menu: No Programming this week. Programs will resume December 2nd.
Advent Adventures will be Wednesday, November 2nd. Join us for an evening full of fun and celebration for the entire family. We are in need of some supplies. There is a Christmas tree outside the anchor with ornaments, each with an item needed. Please take an ornament and bring back the item listed and put it in the box alongside the Christmas Tree! The supplies are listed below as well. Thank you for your donations. Items needed: Green colored paint swatches, Toilet Paper, Rectangular Kleenex boxes (empty), mittens, small artificial Christmas trees, 2 X 2″ wooden pickets, 1 1/2 x 3/4″ wooden pickets, 1 1/2″ diameter wooden balls, 3/4″ diameter wooden knobs. Please return all items in by Sunday, November 22nd.
Santa Express: Help MPC’s Presbyterian Women support the Santa Claus Express benefiting residents of the health services centers at Presbyterian Home and Presbyterian Village. Share your holiday spirit and help us collect the following Personal Care Items: Shampoo, Toothpaste/toothbrushes, Body wash, Body lotion, Bar soap, Deodorant (spray). Please NO travel-size items. Please place your donated items in the collection box near the anchor from November 8-November 29.
Community Cares Toy Shop: Connecting Henry is hosting the “Community Cares Toy Shop” on December 10-11. Qualified Henry County residents will experience Christmas shopping as a family and parents may select books and gifts for their children ages birth-12 years. If you ‘d like to help, please select and ornament from the tree by the Anchor and place your unwrapped gift under the tree by November 30.
A Prescription for Ending Homelessness: This Christmas season consider a gift to Henry County Family Promise, a new program that MPC is supporting to give homeless children and their families a helping hand in our community. Fill a pill bottle (available in the Narthex) with quarters and place in the marked containers near the anchor and the Sanctuary. The funds raised will provide food, education, encouragement, guidance and supportive services so families can start over again. “Love your neighbor as yourself.”- Matthew 22:39