May 26, 201910:00 a.m.The Island School Rev. Thomas Perchlik, Interim MinisterJenny Weaver, Worship Associate In the Thornton Wilder play Our Town, the quintessential American town has five churches: Congregational, Methodist, Unitarian, Baptist, and Catholic. The American religious landscape has changed radically since the early 1900’s when that play was set. In the contemporary world why choose
Last Saturday, May 11, a dozen Cedars members and friends helped unload and sort donated food at Fishline in Poulsbo. The food was gathered during the annual Postal Workers food drive. After the work session, all volunteers were treated to a delicious BBQ!
Partnership with Congregation Kol ShalomSuper Suppers continue to be a strong part of Cedars’ social action in the community. The number of guests consistently is about 35 people. Our Cedars teams supply salads, bread, desserts, and beverages every other month, and the Social Action Committee supply the main dish on the alternate months. Several Cedars
Ron Wallace Cedars member, Ron Wallace passed away on Wednesday, May 15, at his home in Kingston. His wife, Suzanne DuPont, shared the sad news that he suffered a massive heart attack and could not be revived. She was with him and was able to say good-bye, but she now will need our loving support as she continues
Sunday, May 19 Please remember the Special Collection for Green Valley/Sahuarita Samaritans that will be taken on Sunday, May 19. Please make your checks payable to Good Shepherd United Church of Christ and designate for Green Valley Samaritans on your check. Our Sunday service will focus on the many ways we can cross borders, and the Special