Week of February 26, 2017 – Bourne

THIS WEEK IN THE LIFE OF THE PARISH

Sunday, February 26th:     11:00 AM Worship

3:00 PM Girl Scouts

Wednesday, March 1st: 7:00 PM Ash Wednesday Service

Thursday, March 2nd: 1:00 PM Bible Study at Bourne UMC

Saturday, March 4th: 10:00 AM Children’s Clothing Exchange

Sunday, March 5th: 11:00 AM Worship

Monday, March 6th: 9:00 AM DCOM

1:00 PM UMW Meeting

ALTAR FLOWERS are needed for most of March. Please sign up!

THE MARCH NEWSLETTER DEADLINE is this Tuesday, February 28th.

ASH WEDNESDAY is this Wednesday, March 1st. There will be a service here at Bourne UMC at 7:00pm that evening.

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER SERVICE: This year, the local World Day of Prayer service on Friday, March 3rd, will be held at 11:00am at Christ Lutheran Church, 485 Brick Kiln Road, in Falmouth.

NEXT UMW MEETING IS MARCH 6TH: Our traditional Prayer and Self-Denial service will be held at 1pm on March 6th, led by Sandra Smith. Please read Exodus 1: 6 through 2:10 in preparation for the meeting.

MEN’S BREAKFAST CLUB: Mike Eden is heading up a new Men’s Breakfast Club that will meet once a month. The first meeting will be at Mike’s home on a date TBD. If you would be interested in participating, please sign up on the list in Crain Hall. Once we see who is interested, we can find a date and time that will work well for everyone.

SNOW CANCELATION POLICY: If we have inclement weather on a Sunday and decide to cancel worship, we will post the cancelation on the church website, Facebook page, WCVB Channel 5 news and on capecod.com.

CHILDREN’S CLOTHING EXCHANGE: We continue to accept gently used warm winter children’s clothes, sizes 0-14, which may be dropped off at the Thrift Shop or in the church hall. The exchange is open the first Saturday of each month from 10am to 12pm.

BACKPACK PROJECT: These items are urgently needed: Cereal-cold, any kind, Oatmeal packets, Jelly, Mayonnaise, Canned tuna, Canned chicken, Canned pasta with meat-raviolis, lasagna, spaghetti with meatballs, Hot cocoa and Microwave popcorn. A complete list is available in Crain Hall.