Listen Sermon 02-25-18
In 2017 Fairview gave over 8,630 items to the Lawrenceville Co-op's Food Bank. Our goal for 2018 is 8,000 items, which is about 545 per month.
We start another year bringing in our offerings to God's Pantry for the Lawrenceville CO-OP. We increased our giving by 38% or 2,365 units. An outstanding effort by the Fairview Family, Fairview's Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. We start off this year with 239 units in January and that is 10 units over last year. We need an average of 545 units per month to meet last year without the Christmas Tree. We just had our Chili Cook-off and Lent starts April 1st. Both of these activities and our weekly giving should bring in a lot of units for the CO-OP. Thank you for all your help MISSION COMMITTEE!
The Co-op requests donations of
canned meats, peanut butter, cereal (oats and grits) ,canned fruit AND They also expressed a real need for toilet paper, soap, toothpaste, and other hygiene products since "Food Stamps" cannot be used to purchase these items.
FAIRVIEW FAMILY ANSWERS THE CALL AND DELIVERS 939 UNITS TO THE LAWRENCEVILLE CO-OP. AT ATHE MOMENT "GOD'S PANTRYI" IS EMPTY; BUT I KNOW IT WILL BE FILLED BY THE END OF JUNE!! TARGET FOR JUNE IS 400 UNITS WHICH WILL KEEP US ON PACE FOR THE YEAR.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!
THE CHALLENGE IS FOR "EACH" MEMBER TO BRING IN 40 CANS (ONE FOR EACH DAY) DURING LENT. THAT'S ABOUT $ .50 PER DAY. IF EVERYONE MEETS THE CHALLENGE WE WILL DELIVER OVER 2,000 CANS TO THE CO-OP BY EASTER. BRING YOUR CANS IN ON SUNDAY!.
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Fairview will be providing Easter baskets/blessing bags for homeless women and children that will be staying at the Family Promise Salt Light Center during the Easter holiday! We will also be stuffing some plastic eggs for Village of Hope's Bags for Hope Ministry to be sent home with underprivileged children at Easter. The Salt Light Center is operated by Family Promise and is an overnight shelter for homeless women and children. You can find out more about the Salt Light Center at Salt Light Center and Village of Hope at Village of Hope .
It's that time again! Sunday School Sunday from 9:45-10:30 a.m.
Teachers Marian Hudson, C. Ann Gittings, along with Allison Bascas, will be starting our Sunday School year off the following Sunday, September 17, with "Feasting on the Word", a lectionary-based curriculum. We will be studying some of the same Biblical texts that will be read and proclaimed during Worship on the same Sunday - enhancing and reinforcing our understanding of our faith, and how we can serve God. This study will take us to April, at which time we will finish out our Sunday School year with a study of Acts, taught from the Warren Wiersbe Bible study series. Lynn Curry will be delivering the study from Acts, which will take us through the end of our Sunday School year in May.
All materials you need for these 2 studies will be provided by Fairview.
Prayer & Bible Study will meet on every other Monday, February 4 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Fairview's Fellowship Hall. Please bring a sandwich and drink for lunchtime. We will meet every other Monday. Please join us!
7:00 PM Choir Rehearsal
Welcome to Sunday School please come
9:45AM Class room 1
April 15th 1st Sunday
April 22nd 3rd Sunday
Prayer & Bible Study Group
April 9th & 23th
Prayer & Bible Study will meet on Monday from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Fairview's Fellowship Hall. Please bring a sandwich and drink for lunchtime.
April 14th 9am-1pm
Christian Women's Book Club 2018
The Book: The House on Tradd Street
Meeting Time, Thursday, April 19 at 7 p.m.
Meeting Location: Strange Taco Bar, 225 W. Crogan St., Lawrenceville
Author: Karen White
Missions & Evangelism Mtgs.
April 22h 4th Sunday
April 14th Easter Holy Communion Service 10 am
Sermon Title:“Now, Brothers and Sisters, I Want to Remind You”
Scripture: Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24, I Corinthians 15:1-11 & John 20:1-18
Thought for Reflection: This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it! We gather with brothers and sisters around the globe to proclaim that the empty tomb means that human history is forever altered. We live without fear of death and live into hope for the resurrection.
Spaghetti Dinner in Fellowship Hall to support Run For Shelter
April 29th Sunday
In support of our Run for Shelter to be held in November, Missions/Fellowship are sponsoring a luncheon with speaker Deborah Wengrow, MSW from The Salvation Army, who will speak about the Home Sweet Home program, for which we have our run each year. Don Bettinger will be cooking his famous meatballs and spaghetti, and we will serve salad, bread, and all the trimmings for a great pasta lunch. Monetary donations will be accepted for the lunch, and in support of our Run For Shelter.
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BirthdaysUpdated Updated April 9
April 10 Christie Webb
April 10 Clayton Feustel
April 12 Allison Bascas
April 14 Cathy Reulbach
April 17 Hasten Shutt
April 19 Robert Greenwood
April 23 Jennifer Wright
April 24 Clara Gilbert
April 24 David Hudson
April 28 Margie Johns