Can you believe that school is almost ready to start again? That means it’s time to start collecting school supplies for Cooper and Oaklawn schools. The stores are beginning to stock all the bargains (see list below). There will be a basket in the foyer for your collections. We will collect these through the end… Read more School Supplies
Formerly called Regional Assembly, this event will have a whole new look and feel. August 11, 9am – 3pm at Camp Tawakoni (opening worship at 10am). Then attend workshops, play time, a bounce castle, swimming pool, wagon rides to tour the camp (ride just for fun, or ride to see the entire facility!), food booths,… Read more SAVE THE DATE – CONGREGATIONAL ESCAPE & MISSIONFEST
Jumping Jehoshaphat! Did you hear? Julie’s Jumping with Joy, with possibly a few Jitters, as she Journeys to a new Job in Frankfort, KS (sadly, not a single “J” in the town’s name). Put your favorite ice cream topping in a JUG and JET to the church on JULY 22 – JUST before 3 p.m.… Read more JULIE’S JUBILANT JULY JAMBOREE
The first Camp Sunflower will be held starting July 20 through July 22 at the Disciple Center / Camp Tawakoni. At this time we still have space for a few more campers. For this first year we have set a limit at 24 campers beginning 9th through 12th grade. We have an experienced Director, seven… Read more Camp Sunflower Update
The Disciples of Christ Refugee and Immigration Ministries (RIM) has posted a plethora of information about the ongoing crisis at our southern border. For the articles see: http://web-extract.constantcontact.com/v1/social_annotation?permalink_uri=2JJmEfQ&image_url=http%3A%2F%2Ffiles.constantcontact.com%2Fe5077456001%2F962e7429-585e-4c6b-b537-f0cb75bf6e86.png The bottom of the article provides suggested actions – “Act to Help End Family Separation”.
Enrollment applications for daytime Pre-Kindergarten programs have begun for 2018-2019 school year. Wichita Public Schools offers this free for 4-year old children (by August 31 and must provide birth verification) and meet one or more at-risk qualifying factor (single parent, teen parents, either parent lacking diploma or GED, migrant status, limited English proficiency, developmentally or… Read more From Our InBox – PRE-K ENROLLMENT
St. Francis Migration Ministries (formerly known as Episcopal Migration Ministries) is hosting World Refugee Day this year at Saint Christopher’s Episcopal Church (2211 S. Bluff) June 20, 4pm-8pm. Fun and food for all! PVCC will be providing one of the 50 booths, Bubbles and Brownies.
This is week 4 of the 40 Days of Moral Action. Members from Pine Valley Christian Church have been present in Topeka the past three (3) weeks. Here’s a synopsis of some emails detailing the happenings to date. Week 1: Kansas joined with more than 30 other states across the country in kicking-off a nationwide, six-week… Read more Poor People’s Campaign
#WearOrange is hosting a community gathering Saturday, June 2, from 4pm – 6pm at PVCC to honor victims and survivors of gun violence. Orange has long been the color of gun violence prevention and the acknowledgement of those who have suffered as a result of it. Throughout the US and in Wichita, National Gun Violence… Read more #WearOrange
Wednesday, May 30 Cheney Trinity United Christian Church 416 S. Washington, Cheney Coffee & Registration – 9:30am Business Meeting – 10am Program & Lunch – 11am Book Chat & Closing – 1pm Program: “Musical Memories with a Modern Twist”. A variety of musical selections shared by Linda Crowe Phillips, Andover, on a professional electronic wind… Read more FROM OUR INBOX-DISCIPLES WOMEN 5TH WEDNESDAY