Wednesday – 6:30pm – No Bell Rehearsal / 7pm – No Choir Rehearsal
Thursday – 7pm – Consistory
Sunday – Worship at 8am in the Chapel and 10:30am in the Sanctuary/ Adult Forum at 9am
Family Faith Formation – starts with lunch – done by 2pm.
Community Program at the Doubletree – 3pm – Does the Constitution Matter? Retired Judge Art Grim is our main speaker
OUR MOST RECENT NEWSLETTER:
A WORD (OR TWO) FROM PASTOR STEVE
When I came to Calvary in 1999, I told the congregation that someday we would stop using paper for newsletters and deliver it by email and by posting it on our website. This is finally going to happen – now. If you don’t have email, we will send it in the mail, or if email doesn’t work for you, let us know, and we will mail it to you by snail mail. It is my hope that this accomplish a number of things:
1 – Save us money and the hassle of dealing with postal problems.
2 – Allow us to get the news to you faster and more often.
3 – Save some trees and help the environment.
Let us know what you think – we want you to be informed so that you can be more active in the life of the church. I look forward to your comments.
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT NOW
For those who are unable to worship on Sunday, there is a Bible Study on the first Tuesday at B2 Bistro in West Reading – 6:00pm for those who want to eat, 7:00pm for our interactive Bible Study.
• Sunday, February 16
6th Sunday after Epiphany – Collect for Food Pantry
Thank you all for your donations!
8am Worship in the Chapel
9am Adult Forum
9:15-10:15 2nd Sunday Breakfast—Pine Room
10:30am Worship in the Sanctuary
11:30-3:30pm All Souls, Chapel & Heritage Room
4-7:00pm Path of Holiness, Chapel
6-9:00pm Live & Let Live Support Group, Pine Room
7:30-9:30pm IPEN, Children’s Bldg
• Tuesday, February 18
7pm – Spirit on Tap at the Doubletree in Reading – “Dances for Universal Peace”
• Wednesday, February 19
6:30-9pm NAMI Board Meeting, Pine Lounge
• Thursday, February 20
• Friday, February 21
4-6:30pm NAMI Peer2Peer Class, Pine Lounge
• Saturday, February 22
10-3pm Shalom, Kitchen
A Special Holiday Collection for Bethany Children’s Home
Please consider joining us in helping youth who will be residing at Bethany Children’s Home this holiday season. Through your special gifts you will create new positive memories in their life.
We kindly ask that all items are new. Suggestions are: Activity Items such as arts and crafts kits, adult coloring books, paint-by-number, tie dye kits, paint brushes, stress balls, gel pens, board games, Lego sets. Also, Cottage Needs such as small bins to hold toiletries, wash cloths, bed pillows, twin sheet sets, twin zippered waterproof mattress pads, twin comforters, bath towels, flashlights & nightlights. More suggestions: 1-5 reading level books, jigsaw puzzles, hard bound journals and board games. Gift cards to support independent learning skills: Walmart, Target, Lowe’s, Home Depot, TJ Maxx/Marshall’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Hobby Lobby and Ross.
1/1 Louise, Grim 7/24 Joan, Graeff
1/2 Harold, Hamsher 7/31 Ann, Kidd
1/14 Joan, Hoge 8/4 John, Master & Alan, Readinger
1/24 Shirley, Miller 8/5 Patricia, Waltz
1/27 Arthur, Grim 8/7 Edwin, Guldin
1/28 Steven, Bennett 8/15 Eleanor, Hill
1/30 Margaret, Walter 8/18 Jacqueline, Yeich
1/31 Richard, Gilbert 8/25 Patricia, Huyett
2/4 Harrison, Rahn 9/2 Jacqueline, Geiger
2/11 Joyce, Covely & Anita, Matz 9/11 Patricia, Wolfe
2/13 Stella, Dunkleberger 9/21 Ralph, Bailey
2/21 Emily, Hansen 9/22 Elizabeth, Schaich
2/22 Doris, Rahn & Sandra, Angstadt 9/25 Geraldine, Zeiber
3/1 Larry, Strauss 10/5 Martin, Mohn Jr
3/17 Gene, Waltz 10/8 Martha, Eubanks
3/22 Marcia, Reed 10/9 Barbara, Kittrell
3/25 Jack, Rothermel 10/13 Thomas, Kidd
3/28 Worthington, Fister 10/14 Elizabeth Geiger & Rosanne, Dell
4/4 G. David, Schlegel 10/17 Donald, Delp
4/7 Margaret, Boyle 10/20 Darlene, Cook
4/12 Susan, Eckert 11/4 John, Frymoyer
4/18 Elizabeth, Wolfe 11/5 Nadine, Embree
4/19 Dennis, Eubanks 11/9 Phillip, Hall
4/26 Sharri, Northeimer 11/10 Donna, Hall
5/6 Gail, Sharman 11/14 Judith, Masleh
5/12 Jean, Gassert 11/15 Sylvia, Andrulevich
5/17 Jacqueline, Unger 11/18 Nancy, Kuhlman
Sylvia, Geise Ann, Naugle
5/18 Iva, Weeast & Mildred, Berger 11/21 Jack, Gassert
5/19 Russel S , Hummel 11/25 Marilyn, Roth
5/20 Joseph, Andrulevich 12/3 Margaret, Mohn
5/23 Catherine, Readinger 12/4 Barbara, Master
5/27 Milton, Embree 12/5 Steven, Fisher
5/30 Deborah, Guldin 12/6 Gloria, Delp & Louise, Fisher
6/7 Merlin, Conrad 12/11 Shirley, Batdorf
6/8 J.Sherry, Boone 12/20 Galen, Hill
6/16 Dennis, Naugle 12/21 John, Boyle
6/18 Larry, Rush 12/22 Sandra, Weidman
7/11 Betty, Corvaia 12/26 Francis, Deitrich
7/21 Janet, Schlegel 12/29 Shirley, Hamsher
Family-to-Family Education Program
Begins Tuesday, March 3 through April 21, 2020
Free 8-session education program for persons 18 years of age and older who have family members or significant others living with mental illness.
Class will meet 6:30-9:00pm
The Next 8 week Peer-to-Peer Education Program
Begins Friday, March 13 through May 1, 2020
Free 8 session course for adults living with mental health conditions.
Class will meet 1:30-4:00pm
To register please call: 610.685.3000
For more information about NAMI please visit:
A Good Thyme For Life is the largest fundraising event to benefit Co-County Wellness Services. This annual event will be held from Tuesday, March 3 to Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
To view participating restaurants and for more information visit:
Proceeds to benefit Centre Park Beautification Projects
Three days only – Saturday, February 22, 2020 to Monday, February 24, 2020.
For more information please visit: