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Updated: 11/12/2018

Weekly Opportunities

Tuesday (11/13)
10:00 AM | Story Hour
6:00 PM | Dialogue & Doctrine

Wednesday (11/14)
 5:30 PM | Midweek dinner
6:00  PM |Midweek Chapel
6:30 PM | Midweek class
6:30 PM | Choir

Thursday (11/15)
7:30 AM | Men’s Bible Study
9:00 AM | Mission of Love

Sunday (11/18) 
8:15 AM |Service
9:30 AM |Sunday school
10:30 AM|Communion

Ride to Church:  If you need a ride to church, please contact SandyHildinger at 473-3236

Humboldt Food Pantry
The Humboldt Food Pantry is in need of the following items:  The Pantry is in need of the following items:  pancake mix, jelly and canned evaporated milk. The food pantry also accepts monetary donations for items not available from the Kansas Food Bank as well as farm eggs and meat that is processed and inspected by a qualified meat processor. You can also take your gently used clothing, household items and furniture to “Everything Fitz” and designate the sales to the Humboldt Food Pantry.

The pantry will begin the “KEEP PEOPLE WARM” event starting in September 2018.  We will gladly accept all donations of coats/jackets/ winter shoes & boots/socks/ scarves/ gloves/winter clothing/pajamas/blankets/bedding/ and winter items that will help keep people warm during the cold winter months.  Donations can be brought to the Pantry on Tuesdays 5-6 PM or at the Humboldt Senior Center (718 Bridge) between 9AM and 12 Noon  Monday – Friday.
All donations will be available, free,  to the Humboldt community on Tuesdays 5-6 PM.
Ride to Children’s Sunday school: Parent’s if your child needs a ride to Sunday school, get with Jenny Krone or Andrew Arana for more information.

Communion Preparation: The 2018 sign-up sheet is in the Narthex, be sure to sign up.  There are still several open spots.

PRAYER REQUESTS: Please inform the office if you or a family member would like to be added to the pray request or prayer chain, we don’t add people without permission from you or a family member please contact us either by phone or email.

Dialogue & Doctrine – Our new small group meets on Tuesday nights from 6-7PM.  For our first study we have decided to do an overview of the Psalms as the Old Testament prayer book, while looking at several Psalms in particular to go more in depth. If you’re interested but aren’t able to make it to every meeting, that’s okay! The plans are to keep this group going for however long people are interested, studying a variety of topics and using a variety of tools as we go. I will try to announce when we start a new study. Stop by to join the conversation!

Midweek – Meal and Chapel open to everyone. There is a sign-up sheet in the Narthex or RSVP to the office, either email or call, by the Tuesday before each meal. Free will donation.
Nov. 14 – Hamburger soup, cracker, veggies, dessert
Nov. 21 – No Midweek
Nov. 28 – Pizza, salad, dessert

HANDBELL ENSEMBLE:  The ensemble alone will also play for the Christmas service on December 9, 2018, Transfiguration Sunday, March 3, 2019 and on Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019. Anyone interested in playing in one of these ensembles please contact Lynn Lytle.

THANKSGIVING DINNER:   The community Thanksgiving dinner on November 22 will be held at the Methodist Church from 11 am to 1 pm.  Please sign up in the narthex if you can bring a crockpot of corn or green beans or if you want to work serving the dinner.

Thank you!  The outreach committee would like to thank each and every one of you for supporting the Trunk or Treat activity.  We had 210 families fill out our information cards, over 300 children received candy from 11 trunks and we ran out of the 500 hot dogs we prepared and served.  Janice Schomaker won favorite trunk.  What a blessing it is for St. Peters to organize and host this event for our community.   Thank you.

Christmas Store
will be held on Saturday, December 8 from 9:00-10:00. If you would like to help with this effort, please see Judy Kubler or Alisha Mueller. Donations, particularly for men’s gifts, will be appreciated. They can be placed in the plastic boxes with red lids in the narthex.

Special offering: Gean Family – Sundays, November 18th and 25th we will be taking a special offering for the Gean children. They have faced so much in this past year with the loss of both parents and will have many expenses ahead in order to try and have as normal of a life as possible. The money will be given to Joe and Linda Michael and go into an account they set up after Lezlie’s passing to help care for the children.

Future dates to keep in mind:
Nov. 21 – Thanksgiving Eve Service, 6:00 PM
Nov. 22 – Thanksgiving Day, Community Dinner at the Methodist Church, 11AM-1 PM
Nov. 25 – Arrowood at 1:45 PM