SPECIAL EVENT: UNDERSTANDING & HONORING THE DISABLED
Because of numerous requests, there will be an open question & answer and sharing event following the September 26 discussion of understanding, hearing, and honoring the disabled.
You are invited to join in the conversation at this special event on Saturday, October 23 at 10:30 AM in the Fellowship Room at PMC. Hosted by Joy Carol, Jim Hennigar, Wilma David, Carol Wintermyer.
Over the last two years, the COVID-19 Pandemic profoundly disrupted almost every aspect of our lives – personally, at our church, our community, our nation, and around the globe. The Pandemic has touched the lives of so many.
On Sunday, October 3 at 7 PM we will gather to mourn together, to hold each other in prayer, and to remember all those who are suffering. There will be scriptures, prayers, and silence. If you have lost a loved one, or know someone who is suffering in any way – including yourself – you are welcome at any time during the service to go to the front of the church to light a candle or candles. Or you can write the names of people or groups for which you would like to have a candle lit. You can place those names in the box marked Pandemic Prayers in the HUB or hand them to an usher that evening. Please indicate if you do not want to have the name(s) read out loud.
Our thanks to award winning photographer Jim Henniger!
Penney Memorial Church will feature young artists in concert on Wednesday May 12nd at 7:00 PM. Their performance will come to you from the sanctuary (with limited seating) and virtually via: Facebook Live (click) and Vimeo (click). The honorees for this concert are Graham & Julia Lacy, and Hugh & Frances Porter.
Link: Young Artists’ Recital – Commemorative Concert
Commemorative Programs Board.
Neil Petty, Chairman. Nancy Anderson, Mary Anthony, Nancy Moore, Lois Veldman, Verlander, Bill Waterston, and Lois Young.