News & Upcoming Events
Updated July 28, 2014
Next Sunday At Fairmont
Rev. Denise Weaver will preach
"At God's Disposal"
based on Matthew 14: 13-21
Upcoming Events and Announcements
Vital Signs will perform at The Wellington on July 30th at 3:00 p.m. Contact Sarah Bugden for more information.
House of Bread volunteer day is Monday, August 4. House of Bread is a non-profit community kitchen which serves a hot, nutritious, lunchtime meal to anyone in need 7 days a week. They are located at 9 Orth Avenue just off Riverview Avenue. Volunteers help prepare and serve lunch and then help clean up. The volunteer day is from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. So far we have a team of eight volunteers, but the more the merrier. The next date in 2014 will be Monday, November 3. If you can volunteer on either of these days, contact Sally Kaskocsak.
All Church Bike Ride and Picnic—On Saturday, August 9th, bike riders will meet at Walton Park in Spring Valley. Riders wanting to ride 40 miles will start riding at 8 a.m., all other riders will start at 9 a.m. and ride south on the Little Miami Scenic Bike Trail. We will meet back at Walton Park for a picnic at 11. Bring your own food and drinks. We have a shelter reserved. RSVP to Martha Taylor in case we need to cancel due to inclement weather.
Ashley Ross is getting married in September and we're excited to celebrate! The PYC parents are sponsoring a wedding shower for Ashley and Claude after the 10:30 service on August 10th. Join us in Fellowship Hall for lunch, cake and congratulations! Ashley and Claude are registered at Bed, Bath, and Beyond and Target.
School Supplies—Kettering Schools are starting August 13th. If you would like to donate to J.F. Kennedy Elementary, bring school supplies to the box in the Black and White Narthex. Items needed are loose leaf paper, notebooks, pencils, scissors, glue sticks, liquid glue, crayons, and markers. There are always children who start school with no supplies. It is wonderful to have some supplies on hand for them. Thank you. The Mission Team
The Food Pantry is in need of several items. Let's help those less fortunate by donating any of the following: canned fruit, canned soup, canned or dried beans, canned chicken, ham or tuna, cereal, dried noodles/pasta, cake mix, Ramen noodle soup, toilet paper, paper towels, toothpaste, dish washing soap, and detergent. Food barrels are located in the first floor coat room and at the bottom of the staircase near Ashley Ross' office. Callie Johnson, Fairmont Food Bank Coordinator
PYC Trip—While working through the DOOR program of Atlanta, our students volunteered at soup kitchens, medical sorting and supply factories, a Mennonite farm, and sorted books to be shipped to Africa. It was an amazing experience, and I can't wait to share my memories with you. Blessings. Ashley Ross