The Mission Committee has designated the
PEANUT BUTTER MONTH
We’ve all heard of Pike’s Peak. Now together we can create our very own Peanut Butter Peak. Maybe not quite as tall but definitely more tasty. Let’s make our goal: 150 jars!!!!!!!!
We are asking each of you to bring a jar of peanut butter each Sunday in February and add them to the “peak.” You may bring smooth or crunchy - with or without jelly.
During January, our Centenary family collected a mountain” of pasta and sauce for the Turning Point Food Bank. At a time when the need in our community continues to grow and the cost of the food for Turning Point continues to increase, our loving outreach is making a
Please continue to show your love and concern by joining together to build the Peanut Butter Peak. A most sincere thanks from the Mission Committee. May God continue to bless each member of our Centenary Family as we reach out to those in need in our community.
Souper Bowl of Caring
On Sunday February 3rd, 140 million Americans will tune in to the Super Bowl football game. There will be parties with abundant food, friendship and fellowship. At the same time, there will be people worrying about staying warm, finding shelter and getting their most basic needs met.
Please join our young people and young people around the country as they demonstrate God’s love by loving their neighbors through the Souper Bowl of Caring. It’s a simple, yet significant act of caring for others. Drop a donation in the soup pot between services [9:45 – 10:45 a.m.] on Sunday, February 3rd, and the young people of our church will serve you a cup of homemade soup, to enjoy at the time or take home.
Those who need help may not know that you cared, but God will. And our young people are developing hearts for giving that can last a lifetime. Please support their efforts.
Mark and I thank you for all your Christmas wishes, cards, and gifts. How blessed I am to have been called by God to walk and serve and live among you as your Pastor! How blessed we are to call you our sisters and brothers in Christ! Many, many thanks!