What’s Happening

Wednesday February 5    
Prayer Soup supper, 6:00 PM @ parsonage
 –Choir practice, 7:00 PM
Friday February  7       
Ladies Lunch Out, 11:30 AM @ Topher’s Place
Sunday February  9  
–Meeting for Worship, 9:15 AM
–Sunday School, 10:30 AM
Wednesday February 12   
USFW meeting, 1:30 PM @ church
LADIES’ LUNCH OUT:  The monthly Ladies’ Lunch Out meetings have been changed in 2020 to the first Friday of each month.  February’s lunch meeting will be held at Topher’s Place at 11:30 AM on Friday, February 7.  All women are invited to gather for fellowship and food.  Meetings will rotate among China House, Topher’s Place, and Everett’s.  A complete listing of dates and locations will be available at the next meeting or in the church office.
USFW SPRING RUMMAGE SALE:  Friends are welcome to bring secondhand or unwanted kitchen items, clothing, electronics, furniture, tools, and other household goods to the meetinghouse annex attic to be sold at the USFW’s fundraiser on March 21.  Please phone the church office if you need assistance transporting your donated items to the church.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION:  The Ministry & Oversight encourages Friends not to leave money, car keys, phones, or other valuables in the pockets of coats hanging in the unobserved meetinghouse entries and annex hallway.
JANUARY’s BREAD FOR THE WORLD/Fast Once A Month advocacy information handout is available today on the west parlor table.
READ THROUGH THE BIBLE IN 2020:  Pick up a daily reading schedule from the west parlor table.
CELEBRATE THE ARTS:  Please sign the sheet in the parlor to choose a date to share your musical or nonmusical (painting, photography, poetry, handicraft, etc.) artistic abilities in praise to the Lord during worship on Sundays when the choir does not sing.
PENNIES FROM HEAVEN $10 bills are available from the Missions & Social Concerns Committee, to be carried with you until prompted by the Spirit to share it with someone needing a bit of help and a reminder of God’s love. 
SHAREHOLDERS IN SHALOM handcrafted items and energy-efficient light bulbs are available on the south parlor table in exchange for donations to support Christian agencies working for nonviolence and peace.  The Missions & Social Concerns Committee has “seed money” available to help Friends obtain materials to do a Shareholders project to “grow” funds for peace.
Winchester Friends Church       winchesterfriends@juno.com
124 E Washington     Winchester IN 47394      765-584-8276