January 28 announcements

This week all congregations in Eastern District & Franconia Conference are praying for International Worship Church. Please pray that God will continue to use them to grow His Kingdom.  To read more about IWC, go to franconiaconference.org/profiles.


You’re invited to the first Pathways to Peace event hosted by Salford Mennonite Church and Montco Interfaith Alliance! This event, being held Tuesday, February 11, 7:00-8:30 pm at Salford Mennonite Church, includes a panel discussion about criminal justice issues followed by roundtable conversations. To RSVP and learn more visit www.montcointerfaith.org.


Pianists Rebekah Stiles and Micah Leary will perform a free two-piano concert at Souderton Mennonite Church on Sunday, February 16 at 3:00 pm. This is a must-see for pianists, piano students and classical music enthusiasts. A free-will offering will be taken. For more information, please contact the church office at 215-723-3088 or visit soudertonmennonite.org/2019-concert-series.


An Identity Documents Workshop will be held Friday, February 21, 10:00 am at New Life Plaza, 25 E. Marshall Street, Norristown.  Learn the step-by-step procedures and best practices for assisting clients with obtaining photo IDs, PA birth certificates, and Social Security cards. Please RSVP to happytail1625@gmail.com.


High School Seniors – have you been making a difference as a volunteer?  If so, you may qualify for one of three $500 Student Scholarships being awarded by Care & Share Thrift Shoppes.  Learn more at careandshareshoppes.org.


Healthy Niños Honduras has an exciting opportunity to help transform even more communities. The warehouse & office building will allow HNH to receive, organize, and distribute donations more effectively to those in need. HNH has a matching donor for up to $200,000 for this project. Would you be willing to participate in donating towards this building project to help provide more assistance to families in need?


Service Adventure is looking for a leader for the Jackson, Mississippi unit. Unit leaders are 24 years old or older, and live in community with 3-5 young adults, serving as mentors. For more information contact LaurenEH@MennoniteMission.net.