congregation may be of service to you, please contact the church office at
802-228-4211 or Rev. Harpster at 802-875-8895. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Group - Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.
Membership Meeting – Wednesday, August 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Executive Committee, Wednesday, August 28 at 7:00 p.m.
Offerings and other cash receipts for the week of July 28 were $1,330.00. The
cost for each week is $1,330.00 (derived by dividing the annual budget by
Jean Eggleston and Laura Caravatt will be sharing the Altar Guild responsibilities for June, July and August. Jean will take care of the altar and Laura will display her beautiful flowers.
A time of fellowship following the service of worship is held in the social
hall. Coffee, juice and refreshments will be served.
Learn to Serve Communion
There will be a "Shadowing Sunday" for those of you who want to learn how to
serve communion. Come see the process of serving communion from start to
finish. If interested, be at the church on Sunday, August 4, at 9:45 AM. We have
the servers; you will just be watching the process.
Women’s Group - Luncheon and Tag Sale
The United Church Women will have their annual tag sale and luncheon on
Saturday, August 24. Please look for items to donate to the tag
sale. A sign-up sheet is in the front hall for help with both of these
events. Help is needed most of the day.
Congregational Singing Practice
Occasional choir singers and members of the congregation who would like
to "go over" the music for a Sunday service should come up to the organ before
9:50 AM, with hymnal in hand, when Ed is on duty. However, he is usually
on New Hampshire organ benches on the third Sunday of each month.
Remembering Irene and Rising Above
Two years after Irene the Thomsons FINALLY have a new home – 10 feet above
the lake. Come and help CELEBRATE!!!! BYOB and a dish to share.
Sunday, August 25 at 1:00 PM
131 Thomson Drive
Drivers for The Blind Needed
The Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI) has an
immediate URGENT need for volunteer drivers in and around the Ludlow area to get
people where they need to go.
Clients of VABVI cannot drive which causes a serious problem for them,
forcing them to rely on others. They need to put food on their tables, get
to vital medical appointments and run important errands. The Volunteer
Pool in the Ludlow area is very low and they greatly need help so clients can
meet their daily living needs.
The VABVI’s Volunteer Transportation Program provides free personalized
Come and be a part of something wonderful by joining our team of
inspirational volunteers. Volunteer Drivers work on an “as needed” basis and are
free to accept or decline any trip to suit their own schedules. Volunteer
as much or as little as you have time for.
Drivers receive mileage reimbursements for the use of their cars. If
you can help or would like more information, call toll free at
VABVI is a non-profit organization providing a wide array of services to
Vermonters with vision loss.