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Bulletin notes for the
ONGOING AND UPCOMING EVENTS
There is Big
Thrift Shop News!!!!
Church in Society and Senior Youth
Fellowship are co-sponsoring a weekend long thrift shop on June 2nd,
3rd and 4th. We are working together to raise funds for the SYF
Boston Mission trip in July and for Integrated Refugee and Immigrant
Services (IRIS), our Refugee Resettlement Ministry Partner.
The parsonage is bulging with wonderful
seasonal clothing, shoes and accessories for men women and children!
New this month will be a tent full of sporting equipment and
clothing! And when you get hungry with all this browsing, a baked
goods sale will be on hand!
It all begins on Friday June 2 from 6pm
to 8pm for a CCB Friends and Family pre sale event with refreshments
and raffle. The thrift shop will be open to the public on Saturday
with extended hours from 9am to 3pm. Sunday wraps things up for
anyone who missed the sale from 11am to noon.
Please stop by to say hello, support
our youth and see all the new improvements our Morrison’s Gang and
the Thrift Shop have accomplished over the last few months. We are
very proud and can't wait to welcome you for this fun filled
Karen Underhill for the CIS Thrift Shop
Jennifer Whipple and Dan McKee for the SYF Mission trip
Time to start dreaming of NEXT summer at
Silver Lake Church Camp registration
forms will arrive in January 2015…
If someone in your family
is interested in signing up for a week at Silver Lake Conference Center — our wonderful United Church
of Christ camp in beautiful northwestern Connecticut (Sharon, CT) — you can check out the
camp website at
silverlake.ctucc.org. or talk to one of your
pastors. Then, in January 2016, stop by the Church Office and pick up a
registration form, or you can register on-line at
Conferences are available
for those entering grade 4 and older.
aid is available for campers through the church and the
Fairfield East Association of churches. Please talk to
Pastor Bryn or Pastor Jen if you need to apply.
The Danbury overflow
is in need of volunteers.
Volunteers are needed to help with overnight shifts through
If you are interested, please contact Rev. Jennifer Whipple
203-775-1259 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Sue Slater.
your Saturday morning like? How about taking an hour just
for you? Join us for joys and concerns, fellowship, a light
breakfast (bring your own drink) and a
reflection/conversation. We meet from 8:30 to 9:30 in the
Youth Room. If you have any questions or concerns please
looking for some new faces to add to our TFC line up! Do you
have a special talent like playing the spoons, creating
balloon animals or miming? Could you use that talent to
capture the imagination of our youngest parishioners? Or is
your special talent that you love children? Do you have a
special message you would like to share with our youth? Are
you looking for a simple yet personal way to contribute to
our church life? If you answered “yes”,” maybe” or “I hadn’t
thought about that” to any of these questions Time For
Children may be just the thing for you! A message during our
Time For Children should be short and sweet, and that’s what
makes it a simple way to make a big impact on our children.
There are even websites like
give detailed ideas to help inspire you. So, please contact
Melanie Shapiro if you would like to become a part of this
very special ministry.
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Prayers & Bible Study
9:00 to 10:30am in the Church Library
Begin your day with a time of
quiet contemplation in a simple ministry of prayer, as we
lift up the names of those who are sick or grieving, who are
in discernment, or have thanksgiving or celebration to
share. We will have a brief Bible study of our weekly
lectionary scripture texts, led by Senior Pastor Bryn
Smallwood-Garcia. Join us every Thursday, or drop in as you
have a need for prayer or a morning free for study.
Attention internet shoppers!
Now the church can receive a 2-40% commission on
every on-line purchase you make, if you use CCB’s new internet shopping portal.
There are stores like Macy's, Toys-R-Us, Babies-R-Us, Drugstore.com, Kohl's,
Target, Home Depot, Best Buy and 1,400 more. Just visit
and click on Retailers, scroll down and find your favorite store to shop in.
IMPORTANT: Enter this web address directly into your computer browser. Close
all tabs when doing this, and be sure you do not use any default search engine
(Google, etc.), or the church will not receive its commission when you shop.
If you have questions, more information on how this works is in the December
issue of CrossWays, or you can call Margitta Savo.