"Ephrata United Zion Church exists to reflect the light of Jesus Christ to the people of the Ephrata area through worship, instruction, fellowship, ministry and evangelism in order to illuminate the path of a life transformed by Christ."
This Week's Activities:
-Monday, 6:30-9:30 p.m. - Roller-skating at Mt Gretna
-Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. - Friendship Class Breakfast at Gus's
-Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. - KFC & Adult Bible Study
Today's Memory Verse: Lamentations 3:22 “The faithful love of the Lord never ends! His mercies never cease.” NLT
Reception of Members: Feb. 23 at 10:00 a.m.
Baptism: Feb. 23 at 2:00 p.m. at New Life Fellowship.
Children's Church Leader: There is an opening to lead Children's Church on the 1st and 2nd Sunday of each month. Contact Pastors Mel or Scott if you are interested.
Stewardship University: Saturday, March 7, Everence will host Stewardship University, at Calvary Church from 8:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Courses explore subjects ranging from elevating your nutrition, preparing for retirement and paying for college to finding mission opportunities close to home—and more. For info or to register, visit stewardshipuniversity.com or contact Lynette Morales. Flyers are in the foyer.
Building Project Fundraiser: A silent auction will be held in April. Will be collecting items in March. More details coming in March.
Tote Bags for Haiti: Sewing Circle has a goal to make 200 tote bags for women in Haiti. Samples are in the foyer. If you would like to donate money to purchase materials for the bags, place it in the donation tub in the foyer.
Save The Date: Saturday, Oct. 10 we will have a benefit auction to raise money for the expansion fund. New or slightly used items, gift certificates, craft items, etc. will be accepted. Contact Deb Sensenig or John Hoover if you have questions.
Christmas Play: A sign-up sheet is in the foyer if you are interested in having a speaking part in this year's Christmas play. If you have questions, see Tina Horst.
Next Week's Offering – Operating Expenses
Next Week's Speaker – Pastor Mel Horst