Week of April 19th
30 Hour Famine Car Wash Fundraiser: I would like to say thank you to those who have taken the time to sign up for a time slot and what items they are bringing for the car wash. If you have not done so, please take a moment to sign up by CLICKING HERE.
The Car Wash Fundraiser is this Saturday, April 22. Please sign up by Friday, April 21.
Fusion @ Good Works: A local one day Mission trip where students will get to serve alongside other members of the church on Saturday, May 6. Parents and students are invited. We will meet at St. Peter's Village at 8:20 am, we will then travel to the house we are working on from there. The work day ends around 4 pm. Lunch will be provided but we need all parents and students who plan to attend to CLICK HERE TO REGISTER so we are sure to have enough food for lunch. Please do so by Sunday, April 30.
We hope you and your students will take advantage of this opportunity to serve others in our community and show the love of Christ in doing so.
Baptism: Sunday, April 30 during the 10 am service. For more information contact Anita at Anitaw@hwcf.org or call 610-286-6308. If you are interested in participating, please CLICK HERE to register.
The Source for Parents
By Jonathan McKee
“Bonding or Boundaries: Which do you lean towards?”
“My seventeen-year-old daughter won’t even talk with me.” The middle aged mom had wandered into my Get Your Teenager Talking workshop looking for answers. She dabbed at her eyes with a tissue, being careful not to smear her mascara. “I don’t know what to do.”
“Tell me about your conversations,” I asked
After a little digging, I listenened as she recalled her last few conversations with her daughter. I use the word conversation loosely. More like interrogation…
This Wednesday: Students will help set up and prepare for the Mission Auction and then take part in the Famine Talent Show Fundraiser.
The fundraiser works like this. Those students who signed up ahead of time will each have a chance to share their talent. Then, anyone is able to vote for who they want to win by placing money in a labeled jar representing the student or students who performed the talent. The student or students with the most money in their jar is the winner.
All money collected in the jars will go towards the 30 Hour Famine. Remember, our goal is $5,000 which I believe we can reach.
Next Wednesday: Small groups, worship and prayer. Our small groups will give students an opportunity to bring up things they would like to discuss. We look forward to seeing your students there.