Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Monday, August 24, 2015
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Monday, August 17, 2015
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Thursday, October 15
Pizza and Dale Matthies (you heard him at the High Tea!) on the accordion.
Thursday, November 19
This pre-Thanksgiving celebration features a charming children’s dance group.
Thursday, December 17
Enjoy holiday ham and all the trimmings while listening to Bill Gleason and our own First Presbyterian choir.
Thursday, January 21
Welcome the new year with homemade soup and game night. Prizes galore!
Tuesday, February 9
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Breakfast
This year we’re holding a Shrove Tuesday pancake and sausage breakfast at 9:00 am. The ever-popular Sun City Stomperz will help us get into the Mardi Gras mood. We’ll be inviting the public, too, so be sure to make our visitors welcome!
Thursday, March 17
Annual Lenten Fish Fry
Larger fryers, bigger servings, and more great music. What more could you ask?
Thursday, April 21
Loaded Baked Potatoes
This year our annual Earth Day dinner will star designer Kris Coates, speaking about our new church landscaping.
Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day)
Thursday, June 16 (Lunch with Deacons)
Monday, July 4 (Independence Day)
Monday, September 5 (Labor Day)
Not everyone heads north to beat the heat. If you’re here for the summer holidays, join our grillmasters at high noon for burgers, hot dogs, and a few surprises.
Call the church office at 623.974.3605 to make your reservations!
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
But that’s not all! Some additional events are in the works that, while not yet final, have the potential to be both enjoyable and inspiring:
- “National Back to Church Sunday” is September 20. Donna Roth and the Worship and Christian Ed Commission will be thinking of ways to make this a special occasion that we can publicize throughout the area. Remember, these are the folks who brought you our Good Friday Fish Fry and this summer’s Family and Friends Sunday, so expect something amazing!
- Everyone who heard the choir from the Korean Presbyterian Church when they performed here before will be excited to learn that we are talking with them about a return engagement. Although they are no longer our tenants, they are eager to maintain cordial relations between our churches, and music doesn’t require a common language to build bridges between people.
- Our friends at the Emmanuel Baptist Church are exploring the possibility of bringing high-energy entertainer and preacher Huntley Brown here for a concert, to which we will be invited. If you’ve never heard of Huntley, check out the videos of his past performances on his website at http://huntleybrown.org/.