Weeks of February 23, 2015
WEATHER UPDATE FOR 2/25: We are having Wednesday night meal tonight. A great deal of effort went into tonight’s meal as is the case each week and the latest weather forecast does not mention snow and ice concerns for our area. If it is 2 or 3 inches of snow on the ground or ice covering road, then obviously, you should not be out driving around. Just doesn’t look like that will be the case. The following program will be offered tonight:
- Regular Children’s & Youth Programs
- Knitting Group meets in the Men’s Classroom
- Rachael is leading a Bible Study on John – meets in the Good News Classroom
- Ladies Bible Study meets in the Conference Room
Wonderful Wednesday:Dinner 5:30-6:30 pm Programs 6:30-7:30 Menu: Seafood Gumbo and Chicken Florentine, Red Beans and Rice, Salad and Dessert Prepared by: Aubrey Robinson
Lenten Reflection Lead Me to Calvary presented by Jane Robinson, Nelle Bowen and Tyra Crow has been rescheduled to Wednesday, March 4th.
Friendship Circle will be meeting on Thursday February 26th 6:30 pm at the home of Sandy Nesbit. For anyone intrested please contact Jill Stroud or Judy Burch for more information.
MPC’s Mission Of the Month for February is collecting coats and warm blankets for the Salem Clothes Closet, a ministry of Salem Baptist Church, which provides a place for the community to acquire quality clothing, free of charge for family members. Please place your donations of coats and blanket in the collection bin in the Anchor hallway throughout the month. Access to the Clothes Closet is based upon referrals from Helping in His Name Food Pantry, Connecting Henry and Local Schools. Thanks for your help in keeping our neighbors war!
Men’s Softball season is about to start. If you are interested in playing contact Tim Wirt.
Presbytery Women’s Spring Tea: You are invited to the MPC Presbyterian Women- Spring Tea on Saturday, March 14 from 1 to 3 at the home of Jean Foster. Hats and Gloves are optional- Come join us!
Mwangaza Children’s Choir Is Coming To Perform! On March 25, 2015 a wonderful group of talented children from East Africa is going to be performing at McDonough Presbyterian Church. This choir, The Mwangaza Children’s Choir is an inspiring group of 20 hopeful and talented children, ages 8-14, who admirably represent the orphaned and poverty-stricken youth of Uganda. Touring as a ministry outreach of Africa Renewal Ministries, they come to share a special message of hope through authentic Ugandan song and dance. The upcoming performance will be a part of Mwangaza’s tenth international tour! We are in need of host families to provide housing to the choir while they are here. Please contact Jason Montague for questions or more information. Please visit the website for more information, music, and videos regarding the choir.