CURRENT OFFICERS AND CONSISTORY MEMBERS

President
Sandy Kleger
Vice President
Jim Stewart
Secretary
Diana Decker
Trustees
Allen Dennis
Lisa Ceaser
Butch Peters
Treasurer
Chris Dietrich

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HOW TO DONATE TO OUR CHURCH (WITHOUT EVEN TRYING)

If you walked by a $20 bill in the ground, would you
stop and pick it up? Of course you would and it would
probably make your day! $20 isn’t a lot of money in the
grand scheme of things, but what if every person in
church today walked outside and found a twenty dollar
bill just lying on the ground? Now we’re talkin!
With summer coming, Jim and I recently decided to buy
two new air conditioners. We priced them at Home
Depot and realized that a Scrip purchased gift card from
Jim Rinehimer wouldn’t cost us an extra dime! But
would net the church twenty free dollars!
Scrip is great for more than the daily essentials like
gasoline and groceries. Are you buying patio furniture
for a 4th of July celebration? Do you need to replace that
leaky kitchen faucet? Is your garden needing a few bags
of mulch? Will you be in the market for pillows, sheets
or towels this year?
From kitchen appliances to wall art, Scrip gift cards cost
you nothing but pre-planning and a phone call to Jim!
Or you can get a list of all the rebate cards from the table
in the Narthex, fill it out and hand it to him.
It’s important that we all do what we can to benefit our
church family and I encourage everyone to participate as
much as you possibly can. No matter where your talents
lie, we all shop for things. So consider your
family’s future needs and check with Jim Rinehimer or
visit the website ShopWithScrip.com.
That $5, $10 or even $20 rebate could go a long way at
our church when combined with everyone else’s rebate!

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Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song. — Psalm 95:1-2 (NIV)

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