Death and Mourning in Many Faith Traditions Monday, Jan. 27 at 6:15 p.m. At Temple Beth Abraham, 4 Raymond St., Nashua With: Rabbi Jon Spira-Savett, Temple Beth Abraham Rev. Sally Newhall, Nashua Presbyterian Church State Rep. Latha Mangipudi, Hindu Temple of New Hampshire Syed Sibte Hassan Jafri, Islamic Society of Greater Nashua Our panel will outline traditions about death, burial, and mourning, as well as some of the spiritual beliefs that underpin these practices. We will leave much time for questions and answers. Free and open to the general public.
Souper Bowl of Caring Just imagine how many people could be fed if every person who watched the Super Bowl (or just went to a SB party or just saw the ads) were to give a dollar to a feeding program! Bring your dollar(s) or food donations on February 2nd All our donations will go to the Amherst St. School Backpack Program sending food home with children for the weekend.
WORSHIP SERVICE FOR THE WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY Wednesday, February 12th, at 7 PM Parish of the Resurrection Let us join together in this annual service as we pray that God will continue to lead the church in working together instead of being at odds with each other.
WINTER CLOSINGS If we need to cancel church events this winter, it will be posted on WMUR (9) which can also be found online at WMUR.com/weather/closings or call the church office – a message will be put on the answering machine if church is cancelled.
ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting will be TODAY, January 26th, immediately after worship. You can pick up a copy of the Annual Report in the Great Room
Buy One, Get One The book sale is back. Choose a book from the WAG book sale shelves, and take another one at the same or lower price free. The sale starts today and ends March 1.
Valentine’s Luncheon All adults are cordially welcome to enjoy our annual “Valentine’s Dutch Treat Luncheon”. This year it will be held on Saturday, February 15th at 11:30 at Fratello’s Restaurant – 194 Main Street, Nashua. Please sign up in the Great Room by Sunday, February 9.
Pastor Sally’s Office Hours this week are Monday 11:00 – 1:00 or by appointment. Announcements for the bulletin must be emailed to the church by noon on Wednesday.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE: a Lector, Greeter or Usher?? We’ll be doing a training for all of our ongoing and new volunteers on TODAY, January 26th at 11:20. So please speak to Pastor Sally if you are interested in knowing more about what these jobs entail.
SMALL GROUP is taking a break this month. You are welcome to join them again in February on Monday nights at 7.
WET BOOTS MAKE FOR A SLIPPERY FLOOR Please, please, wipe your boots and shoes dry as you enter the building or bring another pair of shoes to change into. We’d hate to see someone get hurt!
180 Days of Prayer On December 23, the Reverend Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, II, Stated Clerk of the General Assembly of the PC(USA), announced 180 days of prayer that will culminate on the opening day of the 224th General Assembly in Baltimore. These prayers will be a reminder that General Assembly belongs to God. All members of the church, from children through senior adults, are invited to plot a prayerful course into God’s future, inviting the Holy Spirit to provide strength to make the difficult decisions that are necessary at this particular time. A prayer is posted online for each of the 180 days – find them at: https://ga-pcusa.org/180-days-of-prayer/
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NCCA Concert HERE! The Nashua Community Concert Association will kick off its campaign for subscribers to the 2020-2021 season with a piano recital by John Carey and a gourmet dessert following on Sunday, March 15, at 2 PM at Nashua Presbyterian Church. We expect about 40 workers and friends to attend. Since John is the church pianist, and since we use the church as a meeting site without charge, we invite members of the church to attend this event as a “thank you” for your generosity in providing the facility without charge. Church members will be excused when NCCA holds its meeting after the dessert (about 3:30).